Providers are legally required to have a number of policies in place in order to ensure children and staff are protected and supported. In addition, it is best practice to draw up as many policies as necessary in order to ensure the safe and efficient management of the provision.
Policies demonstrate to the regulatory body and others that the provision is fulfilling legal requirements by showing how services are delivered and identifying the courses of action that will be taken. They also reflect the philosophy of the provision as they underpin everything that takes place within it.
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