Procedury / Policies

CODE OF CONDUCT

for volunteers and employees of Frederic Chopin Integrative Saturday School in Bath 1. Always remember that, while you are caring for other people’s children, you are in a position of trust, and your responsibilities to them and to the organisation must be uppermost in your mind at all times. 2.Never use any kind of physical …

GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE

Purpose and Scope Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC (The School) is committed to dealing with employee grievance fairly, consistently and without unreasonable delay. This policy sets out the way in which employee should make any complain about work related matters and the way in which the Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC will deal with this …

ACCIDENT & INCIDENT PROCEDURE

Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC is committed to promoting good health & to dealing efficiently and effectively with accidents & incidents that may arise & relate to both the children/ young people we look after & the staff, volunteers who work with us. We request parents/carers sign for consent on their child/ young person’s admission …

ADMISSION POLICY

At the Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC, we believe that every person has the right to be able to access our services and feel secure and happy at our sessions. We care for children from the age of 3 to 16 years. Admissions The Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC supply care for children on Saturdays, …

ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE PROCEDURE

At Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC in Bath we strive to give a warm welcome to each child/young person on their arrival. Parents/carers are requested to pass the care of their child/young person to a specific member of staff who will ensure his/her safety. The staff member receiving the child/young person immediately records his/her arrival …

BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT POLICY

At Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC in Bath, we will endeavour to create an atmosphere that encourages good and positive behaviour, we believe that children/young people flourish best when they know how they are expected to behave, and gain respect through interaction with caring adults who show them respect and value their individual personalities. Children/young …

CHILD AT RISK/IN NEED POLICY

At Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC, we take the safety of children very seriously. Any children/young people who attend out school is deemed at risk or in need, a safeguarding file is made and is stored in a locked cabinet, in which access to the files are restricted to the Safeguarding officer & Management Committee. …

CONCERNS, COMPLIMENTS & COMPLAINTS POLICY

At the Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC, we are committed to providing a high quality, safe, stimulating and consistent care for parents/carers and the children/young people we care for. We accept that sometimes things do not go to plan, and with this in mind, the following policy has been devised to allow us to continue …

CONFIDENTIALITY PROCEDURE

Frederic Chopin Polish School’s CIC work with children and families will sometimes bring us into contact with confidential information.  To ensure that all who use and work within the School  can do so with confidence, confidentiality will be respected in the following ways: ­ CHILDREN AND FAMILIES The safety and well-being of the child/young person …

EMERGENCY CLOSURE POLICY

Statement of intent Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC in Bath (FCISS) will endeavour to be open without disruption. Where disruption is unavoidable, all involved at Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC will be kept informed and Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC will reopen at the earliest opportunity. Aim In the unlikely event that Frederic Chopin Polish …

EMERGENCY EVACUATION PROCEDURE

Statement of intent Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC in Bath (FCISS) will endeavour to be open without disruption. Where disruption is unavoidable, all involved at Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC will be kept informed and Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC will reopen at the earliest opportunity. Aim In the unlikely event that Frederic Chopin Polish …

EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY POLICY INC SEN

Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC in Bath is committed to providing equality of opportunity and anti-discriminatory practice for all children/young people and families in accordance with the Race Relations (Amendment) Act (2000). Frederic Chopin Polish School CIC aim to provide a positive and loving learning environment free from prejudice, discrimination and fear, in which all …

FACEBOOK, TWITTER & SOCIAL NETWORKING POLICY

At the Frederic Chopin Integrative Saturday School in Bath (FCISS), we use a variety of ways to communicate what happens at the centre: Facebook – we have a Facebook account detailing what is happening and what events are running. The above accounts are not to be used for social communication between FCISS staff and young …

FOOD & DRINK POLICY

Statement of intent Frederic Chopin Integrative Saturday School in Bath regards snack times as an important part of the setting’s session/day. Eating represents a social time for children/young people and adults and helps children to learn about healthy eating. Aim At snack time, the children eat the food that is provided by their parents in …

HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY

At Frederic Chopin Integrative Saturday School in Bath we are committed to ensuring that all users are aware of and comply with our Health and Safety guidelines. FCISS take Health and Safety extremely seriously as a matter of legal and moral importance. FCISS aim to ensure the health and safety and welfare of all individuals …

ILLNESS & INJURY POLICY

ILLNESS & INJURY POLICY It is Frederic Chopin Integrative Saturday School’s in Bath (FCISS) policy to encourage and promote good health and hygiene for all the children/young people in our care. This includes monitoring the children/young people for signs and symptoms of communicable diseases such as chickenpox, measles, mumps, rubella, meningitis, hepatitis, diarrhoea, vomiting and …

LOST OR MISSING CHILD POLICY

At Frederic Chopin Integrative Saturday School in Bath (FCISS), the welfare of the children in our care is paramount. Children may go missing and EVERY member of staff has equal responsibility in ensuring the safety of the children and knowing where they are. Systems in place to minimise the risk of children going missing: Appropriate …

NAPPY CHANGING POLICY

No child is excluded from participating in Frederic Chopin Integrative Saturday School in Bath (FCISS) who may, for any reason, not yet be toilet trained and who may still be wearing nappies or equivalent. We work with parents/carers towards toilet training, unless there are medical or other developmental reasons why this may not be appropriate …

NO SMOKING, ALCOHOL OR DRUGS POLICY

Frederic Chopin Integrative Saturday School in Bath (FCISS) does not allow the consumption of alcohol and drugs or smoking on its premises by staff during working hours. Smoking: FCISS displays non-smoking signs at all time to inform all staff, parents, volunteers and visitors that we are a non- smoking site. All staff and volunteers are …

NON-COLLECTION OF CHILD POLICY

Parents/ carers are expected to collect their child 5 – 10 minutes before the end of session, to allow the staff to inform the child’s parents/carers on what their child has done during the session. As part of their admission form, parents/ carers are required to set up a password system, which will allow a …

OPERATIONAL PROCEDURE FOR OUTINGS

As part of our curriculum the children are taken for local walks, visits etc. away from the setting the Frederic Chopin Integrative Saturday School in Bath (FCISS) is using and permission will be sought for the child to be included in such outings: • Parents/carers will be informed in writing of any visits or outings …

Policy for working safely with Children & Young People

SAFE GUARDING IN PRACTICE – SECTION 1 WORKING SAFELY WITH CHILDREN & YOUNGE PEOPLE POLICY STATEMENT At Frederic Chopin Integtative Saturday School in Bath (FCISS), we are committed to ensure that all children and young adults are kept safe from harm. Each member of staff/volunteer that works at FCISS has a personal responsibility for safeguarding …

RECRUITMENT AND EMPLOYMENT POLICY

Frederic Chopin Integrative Saturday School in Bath (FCISS) aims at all times to recruit the person who is most suited to the particular post. Recruitment must be solely on the basis of the applicant’s abilities, qualifications, experience and merit as measured against the job description and person specification. The guidelines in FCISS’s Equal Opportunities Policy …

RISK ASSESSMENT POLICY

It is extremely important that Frederic Chopin Integrative Saturday Scool in Bath (FCISS) have a clear and well understood policy for assessing risks and review risk assessment frequently. Our risk assessment should identify aspects of the environment that need to be checked on a regular basis, when and by whom, and how the risk will …

STAFF TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT POLICY

Frederic Chopin Integrative Saturday School in Bath (FCISS) highly values its staff. It is in the interests of FCISS, the children, families, and the individual, that each staff member be given the opportunity to develop their skills to their maximum and to broaden their knowledge and skills in caring for children. Personal and professional development …

STAFF, VOLUNTEER & COMMITTEE MEMBER POLICY

At Frederic Chopin Integrative Saturday School in Bath (FCISS) all information on anyone working within FCISS (if applicable) is kept securely locked away and treated in confidence. Information will only be shared if co-workers give their permission, or where there appears to be a child protection/safeguarding issue. The details are easily accessible if any information …

USING IMAGES OF CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE POLICY

At Frederic Chopin Integrative Saturday School in Bath (FCISS) we use images of the children/ young people in our care for two purposes: To illustrate children’s learning through the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) To use for promotion of the services we provide Only the authorised camera for each service is allowed to be used …

Whistle blowing Policy

Definition:Whistle blowing is raising a concern about malpractice within an organisation or through an independent structure associated with it (UK Committee on Standards in Public Life). This policy provides individuals in the workplace with protection from victimisation or punishment where they raise a genuine concern about misconduct or malpractice in the organisation. The policy is …

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