Planet Tiny Ofsted Report

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Statutory Information

Planet Tiny encourages children, families, visitors and staff to value and respect, it inspires freedom and openness and helps children’s voices to be heard.

Prevent

Preventing radicalisation/ tackling extremism

We have a duty to care for children in our care.

Planet Tiny works along with the community to make sure children and families are safeguarded from radicalisation and extremism. We ensure all staff are fully trained, informed and recognise vulnerability. We have embedded British Values to demonstrate our staff, children, families and visitors to have respect and tolerance toward each other’s values and beliefs and who are within our society.

This includes other policies that are in place to support keeping our children safe.


British Values

Planet Tiny Nursery promotes the fundamental values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect, tolerance with those with different faiths and beliefs. This is embedded in the nursery as staff role model to children to learn right from wrong, taking turns, sharing and challenging behaviours and eliminating negative views. The ethos of the nursery is learning through play and we celebrate diversity.


Equality

At Planet Tiny we take great care to treat each individual as a person in their own right, with equal rights and responsibilities to any other individual, whether they are an adult or a child. We are committed to providing equality of opportunity and anti-discriminatory practice for all children and families according to their individual needs. Discrimination on the grounds of gender, age, race, religion or belief, marriage or civil partnership, disability, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, pregnancy or maternity, ethnic or national origin, or political belief has no place within our nursery.

A commitment to implementing our inclusion and equality policy will form part of each employee’s job description. Should anyone believe that this policy is not being upheld, it is their duty to report the matter to the attention of the Mangers/Owners at the earliest opportunity. Appropriate steps will then be taken to investigate the matter and if such concerns are well-founded, disciplinary action will be invoked under the nursery’s disciplinary policy.

For the full policy please read through Planet Tiny’s policies and procedure handbook.


Government Free Entitlement / Early Years Pupil Premium

http://www.haringey.gov.uk/children-and-families/childcare-and-early-years/childcare-costs/free-early-education

http://www.haringey.gov.uk/sites/haringeygovuk/files/haringey_early_years_pupil_premium_2015-16_0.pdf


Partnership

Planet Tiny work closely with local centres and nursery as well as Haringey Early Years team. This is to share information, improving our education standard, informed with the latest government policies and procedure, training in all areas of early years this is paramount to us to provide the best service to our families and visitors.

We work closely with educational institutes such as Secondary schools, Colleges and Universities. We offer placements and work experience to students for a range of academic courses.