The Nursery School is committed to ensuring the highest quality of provision. In order to achieve this, the Headteacher, staff and governors work together to develop robust systems for self evaluation. Through working in a reflective and analytical way we are able to complete an accurate self evaluation form, which is moderated by Ofsted. Our systems of self evaluation enable us to develop and implement an effective school improvement plan. Our practice is underpinned by our aims and principles, and is also guided by a wide range of policies and procedures which are reviewed on a regular basis. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. At Lydalls Nursery School we work in partnership with parents and carers. We have a duty to share information with other agencies where there may be safeguarding concerns. We will seek consent to share information with other agencies and make referrals to other agencies, including social care, with parents knowledge unless by doing so this puts a child at risk.

The following policies and documents are available in the school entrance hall:

Our website will provide you with introductory information about our aims and values. They will explain how we work and how the children will learn during their time with us.

Additional information will be displayed in school, published on this website or sent home in Newsletters. At all times, we will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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