Welcome to Oxhey Childrens centre Group



Parent Survey 2017 -

 

Thank You

 

Thank you to all of those who completed the recent Parent Satisfaction Survey for the Oxhey Group.

98% of you would recommend the centres to other parents.

99% of you are very satisfied with the support you have accessed.

 

Some of the lovely comments received are:

There are lots of varied courses to suit needs.

Busy Babies is excellent and I feel able to talk to staff for advice and guidance.

It’s a relaxed, caring, nurturing environment.

Lovely welcoming staff which is even more appreciated as a first time mum.

Breastfeeding group was extremely helpful to us and we made some lovely friends there too.

Love the baby lunch club.

The help and support offered has helped us thrive as a family.

It has given me the confidence to go back to work.

Good course on Protective Behaviours.

My son has more confidence around other children.

The centre provides activities which are accessible and affordable.

I don’t know where we would be without it.

Do please come along in 2018 and find out how we can help you.

 

 

Who we are

Children’s Centres provide a ‘one stop shop’ within your local community offering information and access to services for families and carers with children aged under five years and parents to-be. They aim to offer every child the best start in life.

Families, carers and parents to-be can benefit from a range of flexible services and support when they need it and in convenient locations.

You can find which is your nearest children centre by going on the Hertfordshire Children's Centre postcode checker. Click here for the link.

 

What we offer

Children’s Centres can help you with:

  • Breastfeeding Support

  • Information about early education and childcare

  • Family learning activities

  • Parenting Courses

  • Employment or training advice

  • Outreach and family support

We work with other professionals including, GPs, Midwives, Early Years Settings, Schools, Health Visitors and Job Centres.

Oxhey Children's Centre Group cover Oxhey Hall, Hayling Ward of South Oxhey, Moor Park Estate Farm, The Rookery, The Highlands, Batchworth area of Rickmansworth and the Northwood HQ. offering services for approximately 3006 children under five.

 

Opening Times

The Pre-School Learning Alliance is the lead agency for the Oxhey Group.

It comprises of 3 centres.

Services are delivered from these sites and other venues in the community.

South Oxhey Sunshine     Ebury     
Northwick Road Eastbury Road Raglan Gardens
South Oxhey Watford Watford
WD19 6NL WD19 4RL WD19 4LL
0208 428 3591 01923 254563 01923 255054

Mon - Thurs 9am - 5pm

Fri- 9am - 4:30pm

Mon - fri 9am - 3pm

Mon - 9am - 1pm

Wed - 9am - 3pm

Thurs - 9am - 3pm

Fri - 9am - 12pm

Registrations

We ask that anyone who uses the Oxhey Group Children's Centre is registered with us - please feel free to pick up a form from the centre office, request one from us and we'll pop one in the post to you or click on the following link to download a printable copy and return it to us as soon you can Children's Centre Registration Form. Alternatively you can register online by clicking here. Thank you for taking the time to register with us. We will now be able to keep you up to date on suitable activities and courses available to you.

 

Email : oxheygroupcc@pre-school.org.uk

Please like us on Facebook - Oxhey group Childrens centre facebook

 

 

 

 

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About us

Our Team

Senior Leadership Team

Helen Walsh - Group Manager based at South Oxhey Children's Centre.

Kirsty Ward  - Senior Outreach Worker based at South Oxhey Children's Centre.

Sam Young - Senior Data Co-ordinator based at Ebury Children's Centre.

Maira Darr - Senior Early Years Co-ordinator based at Sunshine Children's Centre..

Administrative Team

Katie Orsmond - Administrator based at Sunshine Children's Centre.

Joanne Hart - Administrator based at Ebury Children's Centre and Adult learner Co-ordinator

Vanessa Chady - Administrator based at South Oxhey Children's Centre

Outreach TeamC

Ruth Whiston - Outreach Worker based at South Oxhey Children's Centre

James Whiston - Outreach Worker based at Sunshine Children's Centre 

Play Team

Laura Hoare - Play Co-ordinator based at Sunshine Children's Centre.

Robbie Hoare - Play Assistant based at Sunshine Children's Centre.

Aimee linehan - Play Assistant based at Sunshine Children's Centre.

Adult Learning 

Ceres El-Khalifa - Adult Learning Co-ordinator based at South Oxhey Children's Centre.  Ceres specialises in co-ordinating Courses and Workshops.  Ceres also recruits and supervises Volunteers.

 

 

 

 

Our Services

Pre-school, Day Nurseries and Schools in our area

Pre-schools

Pre-Schools provide care and early education for children from 2+ years until they enter school reception

  • offer sessions of up to four hours

  • organised and run by private, charity or voluntary organisations
  • pre-schools

  • ...
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Baby and Toddler Group in our area

 

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Free Childcare for 2, 3 and 4 year olds

Local Childcare

 

From September 17 some families may be entitled to an additional 15 hours of free childcare (30 in total) per week for 38 weeks per year. If parents choose to access childcare all year round, they will be able to access 22 hours per week....

Read more

Send (Special Educational Needs and Disability- local offer

SEND Local Offer

Changes in attitudes, law and practice over the last couple of decades has meant that most young children with special educational needs and disabilities now start their education in mainstream provision.  However, the system for identifying and meeting children’s...

Read more

What to Expect Parents Guide

What to Expect When, A Parents Guide

The purpose of this guide is to help you as a parent/carer find out more about how your child is learning and developing during their first five years, in relation to the EYFS. Children develop more rapidly during the first five...

Read more

My Baby's Brain

...

Read more

safety in the home

Hair straighteners are as hot as irons

Many hair straightener injuries occur when crawling babies and toddlers grab at them, step on them, sit on them or pull them down; young children don’t have a reflex to automatically pull away from or drop something that’s...

Read more

Advice services

Hertfordshire domestic abuse helpline

The Hertfordshire domestic abuse helpline is a confidential, free-to-caller signposting service for anyone affected by domestic violence or domestic abuse.

Please could all children’s centre groups check that...

Read more

Sepsis awareness campaign

The Sepsis awareness campaign is being delivered by Public Health England and the UK Sepsis Trust, and will help parents and carers of young children recognise the symptoms of sepsis.

Sepsis is a potentially life-threatening condition. The body’s immune system goes into...

Read more

Healthy Children's Centre Programme

 

...

Read more

Breast feeding

Breast Feeding Support

Please note the centre will support with feeding your baby by breast or bottle, please ask for more details. 

At South Oxhey Children's Centre we have a Breastfeeding Support available at busy babies and our...

Read more

Extra funding for your Child

...

Read more

Child Safety

...

Read more

Family Centre Service

...

Read more

Pre-school, Day Nurseries and Schools in our area

Pre-schools

Pre-Schools provide care and early education for children from 2+ years until they enter school reception

  • offer sessions of up to four hours

  • organised and run by private, charity or voluntary organisations
  • pre-schools provide an ideal opportunity for children to mix with other children before starting school.

Day Nurseries

Day Nurseries provide care and early education for children from 3 months until they enter school reception.

  • open to suit an average working day
  • will always be someone to look after your child
  • offer flexibility of full or part-time places, child will mix with children of a similar age

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Schools

Nursery Schools and Nursery Classes. Nursery schools provide care and early education for children from the term after their third birthday until they enter school reception.

  • open during school hours
  • children normally attend for morning or afternoon sessions.
  • Children have an opportunity to mix with their peers

For a full printable version of all preschools and day nurseries in the Oxhey Group Children's Centre Group, please click on the link below:

 



Pre-schools-






Name Contact email address Name
Busy Bees 2084288374 busybeespreschool@hotmail.com Woodhall Lane, WD19 6QX Cathy Tate
St. Josephs 2084286465 jackie@stjosephspreschool.org.uk 111 Oxhey Drive, WD19 7SW Jackie Lane-Smith
Warren Dell 2084284571 LNugent@warrendell.herts.sch.uk Gosforth Lane, WD19 7UZ Louise Nugent
Little Furze 7776287902 preschool@oxheywood.herts.sch.uk Northwick Road, WD19 6NL Wendy Belotti
Oxhey Early Years 01923 330300 daycaremanager@oxheyearlyyearscentre.herts.sch.uk Eastbury Road, Watford WD19 4RL Cathy Gunning
Boys & Girls 01923 247800 watford@boysandgirlsnursery.com Central Hall, Loates Lane, WD17 2PA  
St. Marys preschool 1923240368 stmaryspreschool@virginmedia.com St.Marys Church, George Street, WD18 0EG  
Table Hall Nursery 1923242778 tablehallnursery@btconnect.com Table Hall, 84088 Pinner Road, WD19 4EH  
Co-op Nursery 020 8421 7500 watfordsouthoxhey@ccc.coop 1-3 Altham Gardens, Watford, WD19 6HJ Becky Turner
little hearts   07709666761 info@littlehearts-preschool.co.uk Carpenders park Hemali

 

Schools -






Name Contact Email Address Name
Oxhey Wood 020 8428 4828 head@oxheywood.herts.sch.uk Oxhey Drive, WD19 7SL David Smith
Greenfields 020 8428 1166 head@greenfields.herts.sch.uk Ellesborough Close, WD19 6QH Helen Cook
Warren Dell 020 8428 4571 head@warrendell.herts.sch.uk Gosforth Lane, WD19 7UZ Mrs. Morley
St Josephs 020 8428 5371 head@stjosephs775.herts.sch.uk Ainsdale Road, WD19 7DW Linda Payne
St Meryl 020 8428 1695 head@stmeryl.herts.sch.uk The Mead, Carpenders Park, WD19 5BT Mrs Geddes
Woodhall 020 8428 3447 head@woodhall.herts.sch.uk Woodhall Lane, WD19 6QX Lesley Spencer
Colnbrook 020 8428 1281 head@colnbrook.herts.sch.uk Hayling Road, WD19 7UY Kerry Harris
Eastbury Farm 01923 824543 louise.williams@eastburyfarm.herts.sch.uk Bishops Avenue, Northwood, HA6 3DG Louise Williams
St. Mary 01923 776529 admin@stmarys698.herts.sch.uk Stockers Farm Road, Rickmansworth, WD3 1NY Aaron Wanford
Northwood Prep/Nursery 01923 825648 sfunnell@northwoodprep.co.uk Moor Farm, Sandy Lodge Road, Rickmansworth WD3 1LW Sally Funnell
Field Infant & Nursery 01923227306 head@fieldinfants.herts.sch.uk Neal Street, Watford Fields, WD18 0WF Angela Benson
Central Primary 01923 225129 head@central.herts.sch.uk Derby Road, Watford, WD17 2LX John Mynott
Bromet 01923 481310 head@bromet.herts.sch.uk Oxhey Road, Watford, WD19 4SG  
Bushey & Oxhey Infant 01923 229731 head@oxhey.herts.sch.uk Aldenham Road, Bushey WD23 2QH Mrs McGregor

 

Baby and Toddler Group in our area

 

Free Childcare for 2, 3 and 4 year olds

Local Childcare

 

From September 17 some families may be entitled to an additional 15 hours of free childcare (30 in total) per week for 38 weeks per year. If parents choose to access childcare all year round, they will be able to access 22 hours per week. 

Hertfordshire county council are carrying out a survey to gather information which will help them to shape services in time for the entitlement to roll out across the county in September 2017. Please could you encourage families to complete the survey which can be found online here.

 

Free childcare for two year olds

A number of children may be eligible for 2 year old funding for free places at Pre-school or Day Nursery. Childhood Support Services would like to promote the take up of free early education for two year olds. You can drop-in to any of the Hitchin and Rural Children Centres and we would be happy to support you in your application. You can check if you can receive funding by going onto the eligibility checker. Try the link below.

The link to use is www.hertsdirect.org/parents

 

Two year old free early education – myth busting

If an eligible families circumstances change, they may no longer be entitled to two year old funding 

Myth - If a family is eligible when they apply, they remain eligible regardless of any change in circumstances

 

Settings are allowed to charge parents ‘up front’ and then refund them when they are paid by the local authority

Myth – There should be no charge at all to parents who are only accessing the free entitlement

 

Settings can charge for extra activities such as ballet or French

 

Fact – Settings can charge for any additional activities they offer BUT families should not have to take up the additional activity as a condition of having a place

Any provider can offer free places for two year olds

Myth – Providers must have a good or outstanding Ofsted grade in order to offer 2 year old places

Families are entitled to a free two year old place if the parent is in receipt of disability living allowance

Myth – Families are entitled to a free 2 year old place if the CHILD is in receipt of disability living allowance

 

An eligible reference number expires after a certain period of time

Myth – A reference number is valid from when you apply until the term after your child’s third birthday

A child has to attend a setting for 15 hours a week

Myth – the family should be offered 15 hours a week but can take less should they choose to

A setting will be able to tell a family if they are eligible

 

Myth – Families must make an application which will then initiate an eligibility check

 

A child cannot start to access their entitlement after headcount week

Myth – A child can start at any point in the term as long as they are in the correct age range

Parents cannot access a place for their 2 year old in a different local authority

Myth – If a family are eligible they should be able to access the free entitlement wherever they choose

Parents cannot change setting mid term

 

Myth – A parent can move their child to another setting mid-term.  The original setting and the new one will need to record this in adjustment week. NB the parent will need to be aware of the settings notice policy

If a child is entitled to two year old funding they will automatically qualify for early years pupil premium (EYPP)

Myth – Many children who are eligible for 2 year old funding are eligible for EYPP but there are some criteria that are different

 

 

Free early education and childcare for three and four year olds

All three and four year olds are entitled to 15 hours of free early education for 38 weeks of the year. This applies until they reach compulsory school age (the term following their fifth birthday). Free early education places are available at a range of early years settings including nursery schools and classes, day nurseries, play groups, pre-schools and childminders.

When can I get a free childcare place?

A child born in the period

Will become eligible for a free place

1 April to 31 August

the start of term beginning on or following 1 September after the child's third birthday

1 September to 31 December

the start of term beginning on or following 1 January after the child's third birthday

1 January to 31 March

the start of term beginning on or following 1 April after the child's third birthday

 

The 15 hours free early education entitlement can be taken flexibly, at up to two providers within the following limits:

  • the full 15 hours have to be taken over at least two days per week and a maximum of five days per week

  • a minimum of two and a half hours can be taken in one day

  • a maximum of ten hours can be taken in one day

For example, your child could have nine hours at a nursery class and six hours with a pre-school, day nursery, childminder or independent school over the course of two days or more, if both settings agree.

You can find providers offering free places by using the childcare directory. You can also check the Ofsted website for any inspection results.

 If you would like to apply for a school nursery place, you can find out more on HertsDirect nursery admissions pages.

You can drop-in to any of the Hitchin and Rural Children Centres and we would be happy to support you in your application.

SEND Local Offer

Changes in attitudes, law and practice over the last couple of decades has meant that most young children with special educational needs and disabilities now start their education in mainstream provision.  However, the system for identifying and meeting children’s needs has not always been effective, and some parents have found it difficult to secure suitable provision for their children.

Local authorities must ensure that all funded early years providers in the maintained, private, voluntary and independent sectors, are aware of the requirement on them to have regard to the SEND Code of Practice (2014), and to meet the needs of children with SEN and disabilities.  When securing funded early education for two, three and four-year-olds, local authorities should promote equality and inclusion for children with disabilities or SEN.  This includes removing barriers that prevent children accessing early education, and working with parents to give each child support to fulfil their potential.

Local authorities should meet these duties alongside other legislative childcare duties to secure information, advice and training, and provide sufficient childcare provision.

Please use the link to the Hertfordshire County Council Directory and click on the SEND Local Offer button where you will be able to view and search for more information

Please see below list of pre-schools -

 

Pre-schools-






Name Contact email address Name
Busy Bees 2084288374 busybeespreschool@hotmail.com Woodhall Lane, WD19 6QX Cathy Tate
St. Josephs 2084286465 jackie@stjosephspreschool.org.uk 111 Oxhey Drive, WD19 7SW Jackie Lane-Smith
Warren Dell 2084284571 LNugent@warrendell.herts.sch.uk Gosforth Lane, WD19 7UZ Louise Nugent
Little Furze 7776287902 preschool@oxheywood.herts.sch.uk Northwick Road, WD19 6NL Wendy Belotti
Oxhey Early Years 01923 330300 daycaremanager@oxheyearlyyearscentre.herts.sch.uk Eastbury Road, Watford WD19 4RL Cathy Gunning
Boys & Girls 01923 247800 watford@boysandgirlsnursery.com Central Hall, Loates Lane, WD17 2PA  
St. Marys preschool 1923240368 stmaryspreschool@virginmedia.com St.Marys Church, George Street, WD18 0EG  
Table Hall Nursery 1923242778 tablehallnursery@btconnect.com Table Hall, 84088 Pinner Road, WD19 4EH  
Co-op Nursery 020 8421 7500 watfordsouthoxhey@ccc.coop 1-3 Altham Gardens, Watford, WD19 6HJ Becky Turner

Send (Special Educational Needs and Disability- local offer

SEND Local Offer

Changes in attitudes, law and practice over the last couple of decades has meant that most young children with special educational needs and disabilities now start their education in mainstream provision.  However, the system for identifying and meeting children’s needs has not always been effective, and some parents have found it difficult to secure suitable provision for their children.

Local authorities must ensure that all funded early years providers in the maintained, private, voluntary and independent sectors, are aware of the requirement on them to have regard to the SEND Code of Practice (2014), and to meet the needs of children with SEN and disabilities.  When securing funded early education for two, three and four-year-olds, local authorities should promote equality and inclusion for children with disabilities or SEN.  This includes removing barriers that prevent children accessing early education, and working with parents to give each child support to fulfil their potential.

Local authorities should meet these duties alongside other legislative childcare duties to secure information, advice and training, and provide sufficient childcare provision.

Please use the link to the Hertfordshire County Council Directory and click on the SEND Local Offer button where you will be able to view and search for more information

What to Expect Parents Guide

What to Expect When, A Parents Guide

The purpose of this guide is to help you as a parent/carer find out more about how your child is learning and developing during their first five years, in relation to the EYFS. Children develop more rapidly during the first five years of their lives than at any other time. This booklet has been written to help you as a parent know what to expect during these vitally important years by focusing on the seven areas of learning and development which are covered in the EYFS.

pdf iconWhat to expect, a parents guide

My Baby's Brain

My Baby's Brain

We already know that parents are the most important things in children’s lives, but recently we have discovered something even more amazing... we have discovered that how a parent behaves around their baby in the first three years of the baby’s life has a significant impact on how their baby’s brain develops. This is the foundation of how the brain will work as the child grows up and becomes an adult, so if a baby’s brain develops healthily they are more likely to be happy and successful as older children and adults.

Childhood Support Services (CSS) has produced a new My Baby’s Brain film that shows the five to thrive in action and the importance this has in giving children the best start in life. There are two versions of the film, one audio and one with text; you can find the films on the http://www.hertsdirect.org/services/edlearn/css/mbb

safety in the home

Hair straighteners are as hot as irons

Many hair straightener injuries occur when crawling babies and toddlers grab at them, step on them, sit on them or pull them down; young children don’t have a reflex to automatically pull away from or drop something that’s burning them.

New research reveals that nearly 1 in 10 parents of under fives admit their child has suffered a serious burn from hair straighteners or tongs.

The findings, from Electrical Safety First and the Children’s Burns Trust, also show that serious burns from hair straighteners are to blame for 1 in 20 of all admissions to specialist paediatric burns units.

Hair straighteners can get as hot as an iron and they can stay hot enough to burn up to 15 minutes after they’ve been turned off.

More information can be found on the Child Accident Prevention Trust website

Advice services

Hertfordshire domestic abuse helpline

The Hertfordshire domestic abuse helpline is a confidential, free-to-caller signposting service for anyone affected by domestic violence or domestic abuse.

Please could all children’s centre groups check that they have the correct information for the Hertfordshire domestic abuse helpline on their websites and in their buildings.

Their new opening hours:

  • Monday to Friday - 9am to 9pm
  • Saturday and Sunday - 9am to 4pm.

Their website is www.hertsdomesticabusehelpline.org

Their telephone number is 08 088 088 088.

Sepsis awareness campaign

The Sepsis awareness campaign is being delivered by Public Health England and the UK Sepsis Trust, and will help parents and carers of young children recognise the symptoms of sepsis.

Sepsis is a potentially life-threatening condition. The body’s immune system goes into overdrive as it tries to fight an infection. This can reduce the blood supply to vital organs such as the brain, heart and kidneys. Without quick treatment, Sepsis can lead to multiple organ failure and death.

The overarching objective of the campaign is to support earlier diagnosis of sepsis by improving knowledge of sepsis, its symptoms and when to seek urgent healthcare advice, amongst parents/carers of children aged 0 – 4. The campaign will be of particular interest to children’s centres, health agencies, schools, libraries and leisure centres.

The key messages from the campaign are:

  • Sepsis is a rare but serious complication of an infection
  • if your child has any of these symptoms you should take immediate action
    • are breathing very fast
    • have a fit or convulsion
    • look mottled, bluish, or pale
    • have a rash that does not fade when you press it
    • are very lethargic or difficult to wake
    • feel abnormally cold to touch.

Healthy Children's Centre Programme

 

Breast feeding

Breast Feeding Support

Please note the centre will support with feeding your baby by breast or bottle, please ask for more details. 

At South Oxhey Children's Centre we have a Breastfeeding Support available at busy babies and our Tesco and South Oxhey baby clinic. No need to book, just turn up. Please feel free to contact South Oxhey Children’s Centre on 020 8428 3591 if you need any advice over the phone.

Support is also available from your Health Visitors at Oxhey Drive Clinic 020 8515 8239.

Breastfeeding support groups are available across Hertfordshire.  Please click the link below for the current list which is organised in districts of Hertfordshire, but you can access any group regardless of where you live (unless otherwise stated).

There is also a Mother to Mother breastfeeding support group running at South Oxhey Children’s Centre the 1st Thursday of every month 10am-12, again no need to book just turn up.

www.hertsdirect.org/breastfeeding

There are also help lines available and staffed by trained telephone supporters:

  • The Breastfeeding Network Supporter Line: 0300 100 0210
  • The National Breastfeeding Helpline: 0300 100 0212
  • NCT Helpline: 0300 330 0700

Links you might find helpful

  • NHS Breastfeeding Challenges
  • Breastfeeding and returning to work
  • The Breastfeeding Network
  • The National Childbirth Trust.

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Extra funding for your Child

Child Safety

Family Centre Service

Events

Activities for 2018

 

Please see below  our Timetable -

 For a full printable version of the timetable please click on the link below: currently link not working 

 

 

 

Booking Information

For all sessions priority is given to parents living in the Children's Centre area.  We ask for a voluntary contribution towards sessions run by the Children's Centre.  Some commissioned services may incur a charge.  However, free and subsidised places are available to eligible families living in the Children's Centre area.  Please contact the South Oxhey site for further information on 0208 428 3591 or email oxheygroupcc@pre-school.org.uk.

 

 

 

Contact us

South Oxhey Children's Centre

Northwick Road

South Oxhey

Herts

WD19 6NL

Tel: 0208 428 3591

Email: oxheygroupgroup@pre-school.org.uk

Sunshine Children's Centre

Eastbury Road

Watford,

Herts

WD19 4RL

Tel: 01923 254563

Email: oxheygroupgroup@pre-school.org.uk

   

Ebury Children's Centre

Raglan Gardens

Watford

Herts

WD19 4LL

Tel: 01923 255054

Email: oxheygroupgroup@pre-school.org.uk

South Oxhey Children's Centre

Northwick Road

South Oxhey

Herts

WD19 6NL

Tel: 0208 428 3591

Email: oxheygroupgroup@pre-school.org.uk

Ebury Children's Centre

Raglan Gardens

Watford

Herts

WD19 4LL

Tel: 01923 255054

Email: oxheygroupgroup@pre-school.org.uk

Sunshine Children's Centre

Eastbury Road

Watford,

Herts

WD19 4RL

Tel: 01923 254563

Email: oxheygroupgroup@pre-school.org.uk

 

Support for Parents and Carers

  • www.postnatalillness.co.uk Hertfordshire post natal illness offers support and advice to you or your partner.
  • www.bliss.org.uk Bliss is the special care baby charity which provides vital support and care to premature and sick babies across the UK.

Financial Advice

Policies

Below you will find information on our key policies and procedures. Copies of the Oxhey Group Policies and Procedures are available on request from any of our Children's Centres.

Safeguarding Children Policy and Information

parent_esafety_newsletter_summer_2016_v3_test_3.pdf

Safeguarding Policy

E-Safety Procedure

E-Safety information

Record Keeping and Information Sharing Policy

Promoting Inclusion and Equality and Valuing Diversity Policy

Promoting Inclusion and Equality and Valuing Diversity Information

Complaints Procedure

 Charging Policy

 

Ethnic Monitoring- Hertfordshire County Council Leaflet- Why we need to ask about your Ethnic Origins and Procedures

 

 

Oxhey Group Main Office
Northwick Road
South Oxhey
Herts
WD19 6NL
United Kingdom
Tel: 0208 428 3591(South Oxhey) 01923 254563 (Sunshine) 01923 255054 (Ebury)