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Policy for someone in the setting without a CRB?


mrsbat
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Hope this helps......

 

Qualifications, Experience and Safety Checks

 

All staff (including students and volunteers) will be suitably qualified, have relevant experience and have undergone an identity check and a Criminal Records Bureau disclosure.

 

The setting will not employ staff or volunteers who have been convicted of an offence or have been the subject of an order that disqualifies them from registration under regulations made under schedule 9A of the Children Act 1989. A person who has not undergone a Criminal Records Bureau disclosure, but who is on the premises (such as a member of staff awaiting the result of a CRB check) will not be left unsupervised with a child.

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Gosh thats an intersting response alabaloo......do you never have any visitors then? or students who are only doing work experience?

ours says that people entering the premises who have not been crb'd with us will not be left alone with the children at any time.

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Gosh thats an intersting response alabaloo......do you never have any visitors then? or students who are only doing work experience?

ours says that people entering the premises who have not been crb'd with us will not be left alone with the children at any time.

 

Hi Finleysmaid its from our local authority - http://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/sample-policies-your-club, it doesnt read very well as its a sample and not an actual setting policy. Put together by the EY team to give ideas of what a policy should contain/ look like or just an e.g. as Mrsbat was asking for. Should have quoted the author .... vair bad, vair, vair bad Alabaloo! :ph34r::P

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Hi Finleysmaid its from our local authority - http://www.oxfordshi...icies-your-club, it doesnt read very well as its a sample and not an actual setting policy. Put together by the EY team to give ideas of what a policy should contain/ look like or just an e.g. as Mrsbat was asking for. Should have quoted the author .... vair bad, vair, vair bad Alabaloo! :ph34r::P

 

well now that all makes sense!! xD :lol:

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Re: Name badges

 

Please can anyone advise whether they have used a company I think called "ribbons and pearls" to make staff name badges.

 

I have searched the internet and have not come across this company. Or if anyone can recommend a company that makes cheqp personalised badges.

 

Many thanks

Kelly

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