At Treehouse we are committed to Safeguarding all children, young people and vulnerable adults that we come into contact with.


Safeguarding the welfare of the child is the paramount consideration in every situation. All staff and volunteers are expected to share this commitment .Safeguarding children is vital for our setting, as part of the legal requirements of our Ofsted registration. We have a duty to share any information that is a concern to the relevant safeguarding authorities.


Having safeguards in place within our setting not only protects and promotes the welfare of children but also it enhances the confidence of staff, volunteers, parents/carers, management or governors, and the general public.


The purpose of this Safeguarding Policy is to achieve a nurturing and child-centered environment where children can have fun and be safe. So, to ensure their safety, we adopt the following Safeguarding policies and procedures.

04.02 Administration of medicine July 21
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