Dreams Nursery and Daycare
Dreams Nursery and Daycare
Dreams Nursery and Daycare
Dreams Nursery and Daycare

Information from A to Z

Here you can find out about how we run things at Anglo British International School, Dreams Nursery and Daycare. We need your help to keep this organisation running as smoothly as possible!


If you would like a place for your child at our centre, please make an appointment and we'll gladly take the time to explain everything you need to know. You can make an appointment by phone or by using our contact form. We look forward to meeting you!



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What happens if my child is ill?

It's unavoidable that small children catch all kinds of minor infections. For a speedy recovery and to prevent the other children from falling ill, children who are unwell must stay at home. Only when the fever has subsided for a whole day should you return your child to the nursery. If the disease is infectious, we'll need a doctor's note confirming that your child is no longer contagious.


It's important that parents, carers and the children in our care feel safe and confident in how we work together to build the best opportunities for the children. Dreams has a comprehensive range of policies for the smooth day to day running of the school, to promote safety, wellbeing and a solid educational foundation for the child. On registration you will have a chance to discuss these one2one with a member of staff, but all the policies are also available in digital and large print format.


Policy Brochure
This is a comprehensive document containing all our updated policies and procedures in one place.
A paper version is available, as well as barrier free versions upon demand.
Policy Brochure July 2017 v003.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [2.2 MB]

Here is a brief summary of the policies contained in the brochure:-


Welcome to Dreams Nursery and Daycare   

MISSION STATEMENT - our guiding principles



Essential Contact telephone numbers at a glance

Section 1: The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

a    Safeguarding Children/ Child Protection Policy

Essential Contact telephone numbers at a glance


c    Safe Care and Practice        

d    Whistleblowing                          

e    Camera, Mobile Phone and Recording Device Use               

f    Mobile Phone, Smartwatches and Social Networking                            

g    Monitoring Staff Behaviour Policy                     

h    Lone Working Policy                    

a    Inclusion and Equality                

b    Special Consideration for Employees                     

c    Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)               

d    Looked After Children                

e    Dealing with Discriminatory Behaviour                

    Health and Safety – General Policy                       

a    Sickness and Illness                       

b    Infection Control                      


a    Promoting Positive Behaviour                       

b    Biting                    

    Overall Approach to Risk Assessment             

    Complaints and Compliments                            

Contact details for Ofsted:              

Section  2: Health and Safety                

    Health and Safety in the Office                        

     Fire Safety               

Safety Checks      

Safety Check Audits:                      

     Manual Handling                      

     Healthy Workplace                        

     Animal Health and Safety               

     Sustainable Practice                       

     Visits and Outings                   

     Lost Child Procedure from Nursery                 

     Lost Child Procedure from Outings                   

     No Smoking Policy                  

     Alcohol and Substance Misuse                     

     Equipment and Resources              

     Critical Incident                       

     Adverse Weather                

     Supervision of Children                    

     Supervision of Visitors            

Section 3 : Human Resources                     


     Staff Development and Training                        



     Safe Recruitment of Staff             

     Suitability of Staff                

     Staff Working with Their Own Children/Close Relation                             

 a    Students               

 b    Young Worker Policy            


     Absence Management Procedure                  

     Grievance Procedure                

     Disciplinary Procedure                     

Section  4: Best Practice                 

     Accidents and First Aid                    


     Allergies and Allergic Reactions                         

     Sun Care                 

     Early Learning Opportunities Statement                  

     Settling In               


     Separated Family                 

     Nappy Changing -                

     Outdoor Play    

     Caring for Babies and Toddlers                 

     Use of Dummies in Nursery                            



     Nutrition and Mealtimes               

     Parents and Carers as Partners                          

     Conflict Resolution with Parents who may be Challenging                  

     Access and Storage of Information                

     Late Collection and Non-Collection              


     Arrivals and Departures                 

     Nursery Operational Plan            








Contact Us

Anglo British International School, Dreams Nursery and Daycare

2 Lawrence Road
N18 2HN

Tel: +44 738 717 5604+44 738 717 5604
E-mail: info@dreamsnursery.co.uk


Dreams-Teacher Training Centre Opens in the Borough of Enfield

Dreams is proud to announce the opening of our Teacher Training Centre with WMU. Please drop by for a viewing, and find out more about the other community services available at the Unity Hub

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