Rainbow Hill House Childcare

Ground Floor, 1 Gateway Mews

Bounds Green

London N11 2UT

Faye (Nursery Manager) - tel: 07938 980442

Linda (Managing Director) - tel: 07790 628791

Email: rainbowhillhouse@hotmail.co.uk



Monday to Friday:

7.30am - 6.30pm


The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), is how the Government and early years professionals describe the time in your child’s life between birth and age 5.

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Our policies all comply with the EYFS and National Legal Frameworks


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A Policy is a written statement about how we intend to work in relation to a particular aspect of childcare. It describes the standards we aim to meet and the principles or methods we base our practise on. It may refer to legal requirements.

For Example:

All children and adults are treated with equal concern and are made to feel welcome in our nursery. We aim to offer a quality childcare service for parents and children.

By providing a happy and safe environment the children in our care will be encouraged to develop social skills to help them be accepted and welcome in society as they grow up.

We endorse positive discipline as a more effective way of setting boundaries for children.

Our policies give each child the best possible start in life and support to fulfill their potential and to help young children achieve the five Every Child Matters outcomes of staying safe, being healthy, enjoying and achieving, making a positive contribution, achieving economic well-being.

These include many policies including health & safety, behaviour, food & drink, equal opportunities, other cultures, special needs, medication, nappy changing, accidents, visits and outings, etc.

Access and Storage of Information

Accident and First Aid


Adverse Weather Conditions

Alcohol and Substance Misuse

Alergies & Allergic Reactions

Animal Health & Safety

Arrivals and Departures



Caring For Babies

Complaints and Compliments

Conflict Resolution

Critical Incident

Data protection

Dealing with Discriminatory Behaviour

Disiplinary Procedure

Domestic Abuse, Forced Marriage & Honour Violence

Early Learning Opportunities

Environmental Sustainability

Fire Safety

Food Play

Gifted & Talented


Health and Safety

Healthy Workplace


Inclusion, Equality and Diversity

Infection Control

Intimate Care

Late and Non Collection

Lock Down

Lone Working

Looked After Children

Lost Child Procedure

Manual Handling


Mobile Phone and Electronic Devices

Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking

Multiple Birth Families

No Smoking

Nutrition & Mealtimes

Online Safety

Outdoor Play

Parents and Carers as Partners

Prevent Duty & Radicalisation

Promoting Positive Behaviour

Quality Provision

Safe & Respectful Care

Safe Recruitment Of Staff

Safeguarding Children

Safety Checks

Seperated Family

Settling In

Sickness and Illness


Social Networking

Special Consideration For Employees

Special Educational Needs

Staff Development & Training

Suitability Of Staff

Sun Care

Supervision of Children & Visitors


Use Of Dummies In Nursery

Visits & Outings

Whistle Blowing

The Prevent Duty