OFSTED & CALENDAR
- Ofsted Inspection Report 2020
- OFSTED – Link to main site
- Term Calendar September 2020/21
- Term Calendar September 2021/22
PRE-SCHOOL & AFTER SCHOOL INFORMATION
Early Years Pupil Premium
WUFA may be able to claim up to £300 per year of funding to support your 3 or 4 year old’s development, learning and care. To find out if you are eligible please follow this link.
Free Early Education for 2 Year Olds
WUFA may also be able to claim funding if your child is 2 years old and you meet the criteria shown here. Please follow the link to check your eligibility.
If you require any help with this please call/email the office.
30 hours free childcare
Working parents may be eligible for an extra 15 hours childcare a week from September 2017.
How it works
All 3 to 4-year-olds in England are entitled to 15 hours a week, or 570 hours a year of free early education.
Families where both parents/carers are working (or one if a lone parent) and earn at least the equivalent of minimum wage for 16 hours a week but under £100,000 per year may be eligible for 30 hours (from September 2017).
Please be aware that the entitlement to a free place does not offer a guarantee of a place at any one provider or a particular pattern of provision.
Check if you are eligible and sign up to 30 hours childcare and/or tax free childcare:
Safeguarding is our main priority at WUFA if you would ever like to discuss any concerns or advice in general please do speak to one of our designated Leads
Kate Bailey/Donna Pratley/Michele Quarterman Click here to see our safeguarding lead professionals poster
You can also find up to date information and emergency contacts on the following Oxfordshire website:
NOTE: All policies are updated inline with guidelines and information received from the Early Years Alliance. Signed and dated copies of these policies can be found in our front hall and our Office.
1.1 Children’s rights and entitlements
1.2 Safeguarding children young people and vulnerable adults
1.3 Looked After Children
1.4 Uncollected child
1.5 Missing child
1.6 Online safety
2.2 Student Placements
3.1 Induction of Employees and Volunteers
3.2 First Aid
4.1 The Role of the Key Person and Settling In
6.1 Administering Medicines
6.2 Managing children who are sick, infectious, or with allergies
6.3 Recording and Reporting of Accidents and Incidents
6.4 Nappy Changing
6.5 Food and Drink
6.6 Food Hygiene
7.1 Promoting Positive Behaviour
8.1 Health and Safety General Standards
8.2 Maintaining Children’s Safety and Security on Premises
8.3 Supervision of Children on Outings
8.5 Fire Safety and Emergency Evacuation
8.6 Animals in the Setting
8.7 No Smoking
9.1 Valuing Diversity and Promoting Inclusion and Equality
9.2 Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs
9.5 British Values
10.5 Parental Involvement
10.6 Children’s Records
10.7 Providers’ Records
10.8 Transfer of Records to School
10.9 Confidentiality and Client Access to Records
10.10 Information Sharing
10.11 Working in Partnership with Other Agencies
10.12 Making a Complaint
11.1 After School Collection
11.2 Late and Non Collection of Child
WUFA – Behaviour Policy (Over 8’s)
All our policies, useful information and Parent Suggestion Box can be found in our main front hall in the WUFA Pre-School building.