Settling in and House Rules

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Settling In:

 

Past experience has helped me to understand how important visits and short stays are for a child to enable them to settle in, feel safe, secure and comfortable in my home.

 

Parents also need to feel confident that they are leaving their child with the right person in the best possible environment.

 

House Rules:

 

House rules are few: I expect good manners and respect for each other in my home. I only have rules about keeping children safe and happy.

 

Inline with current safeguarding advice, mobile telephones may not be used in my home when children are present. There is a No Smoking policy that applies to everywhere on my property.

'Promote emotional, physical, social and intellectual growth and development.'

Oftsted Outstanding Childminder
Ofsted Outstaneing Childminder
Herts for Learning
Pacey
Forest Childcare Association

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