Bromley Pre-School Sessions

We offer flexible sessions to provide you with options that best suit your family’s schedule. This helps to make us the best Bromley Pre-school!

Below you will information on term dates, timetables, fee information and more!

If you have any questions about the Garden Pre-School or would like to find out more about our policies, or Bromley Pre-School information in general, please get in touch here.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Breakfast Club
08.30
09.00
Breakfast Club
08.30
09.00
Breakfast Club
08.30
09.00
Breakfast Club
08.30
09.00
Breakfast Club
08.30
09.00





Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

No events available!

Autumn Term

Monday 7th September 2O20 – Friday 23rd October 2O20
Half-term 26th October – 30th October 2O20
Monday 2nd November 2O20 – Friday 18th December 2O20

Spring Term

Monday 4th January 2O21 – Friday 12th February 2O21
Half-term 15th February 2O21 – 19th February 2O21
Monday 22nd February 2O21 – Thursday 1st April 2O21

Summer Term

Tuesday 19th April 2O21 – Friday 28th May 2O21
Half-term 31st May 2O21 – 4th June 2021
Monday 7th June 2O21 – Friday 16th July 2O21

Session Information & Fees

This is paid termly in advance.

Bank holidays and absences are fully payable.

On registering your child at The Garden Preschool, Hayes a non-refundable administration fee of £50 is charged.

We accept Childcare Vouchers.

Our academic year is made up of 38 weeks.

Our Policies

1.O Child Protection
• 1.1 Children’s rights and entitlements
• 1.2. Safeguarding Children and Child Protection
• 1.3 Looked After Children
• 1.4 Uncollected Child
• 1.5 Missing Child
• 1.6 Online Safety

2.0 Suitable people
• 2.1 Employment
• 2.2 Student Placements

3.O Staff Qualifications, Training, Support and Skills
• 3.1 Induction of Employees and Volunteers
• 3.2 First Aid

4.O Key Person
• 4. 1 The Role of the Key Person and Settling In

5.O Staff:Child Ratios
• 5.1 Staffing (group provision)

6.O Health
• 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
• 6.7 Basic Kitchen Opening and Closing Checks Template
• 6.8 Individual Health Plan

7.O Managing Behaviour
• 7.1 Promoting Positive Behaviour

8.O Safety and suitability of premises, environment and equipment
• 8.1 Health and Safety General Standards
• 8.2 Maintaining Childrens Safety and Security on Premises
• 8.3 Supervision of Children on Outings and Visits
• 8.4 Risk Assessment
• 8.5 Fire Safety and Emergency Evacuation
• 8.6 Animals in the Setting
• 8.7 No Smoking
• 8.8 Health and Safety Risk Assessment Template
• 8.9 Fire Safety Risk Assessment Template
• 8.1O Staff Personal Safety including Home Visits

9.O Equal Opportunities
• 9.1 Valuing Diversity and Promoting Equality
• 9.2 Supporting Children with SEN
• 9.3 Social Wellbeing Audit
• 9.4 Access Audit
• 9.5 British Values

1O.O Information and records
• 1O.1 Early Years Prospectus Updated
• 1O.2 Admissions
• 1O.3 Application to Join
• 1O.4 Registration Form
• 1O.5 Parental involvement
• 1O.6 Children’s records
• 1O.7 Provider records
• 1O.8 Transfer of records to school
• 1O.9 Confidentiality and Client Access to Records
• 1O.1O Information Sharing
• 10.11 Working in Partnership with Other Agencies
• 1O.12 Making a Complaint
• 1O.13 Childcare Terms and Conditions
• 1O.14 Notification of Leaving
• 1O.15 Schedule of Fees

11.O Other Important Policies
• 11.1 Baby sitting
• 11.2 Induction programme for staff
• 11.3 Staff code of conduct
• 11.4 Staff Lone working
• 11.5 Code of practice food check list
• 11.6 Pack Lunches
• 11.7 Food Hygiene guidelines
• 11.8 Mobile Phones
• 11.9 Facebook - Social Media
• 11.1O Procedures to be taken
• 11.11 Referring safeguarding concerns information contact details