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For the full Safeguarding Children Policy please see the main policy files in nursery. Complaints Policy First Steps Nursery encourages parents and carers to share any concerns they may have regarding the running of the nursery as soon as a problem or issue arises.
In this respect First Steps Nursery believes that dealing with a complaint at an early stage is the best way to prevent a problem from escalating.
First Steps Nursery believes that children and parents are entitled to expect courtesy and prompt, careful attention to their needs and wishes.
We welcome suggestions on how to improve First Steps Nursery and will give prompt and serious attention to any concerns about the running of the First Steps Nursery. We anticipate that most concerns will be resolved quickly by an informal approach to the appropriate member of staff. If this does not achieve the desired result, we have a set of procedures for dealing with concerns First Steps Nursery would rather know about problems at an early stage so that it can investigate and put into place any necessary adjustments andimprovements.
Parents should be aware of the complaints procedure and urged to use it in order to try and minimise concerns escalating before they are resolved. Stage 2 If this does not have a satisfactory outcome, or if the problem recurs, the parent moves to Stage 2 of the procedure by speaking to a member of the management team.
Stage 3 If this does not have a satisfactory outcome, or if the problem recurs, the parent moves to Stage 3 of the procedure by putting the concerns or complaint in writing to the manager. All complaints will be answered within 28 days. Most complaints should be able to be resolved informally at Stage 1 or at Stage 2.
Complaints will then be entered onto a nursery complaint form. An agreed written record of the discussion is made. All of the parties present at the meeting sign the record and receive a copy of it.
This signed record signifies that the procedure has concluded.
Parents can contact Ofsted directly if they have concerns about any aspect of registered child provision.
Ofsted will consider and investigate all complaints received. The contact number for Ofsted is Further details of the complaints procedure are available on request from management. Lost Child Policy Parents are encouraged to follow nursery procedures when dropping off and collecting children.
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