Information & Downloads
Everything you might need. All in one place.
Online forms to provide us authorisation to administer medication, or to inform us of an existing injury your child will have on arrival at nursery.
Our PDF brochure is available here.
Our online enrolment form is here.
And our current fees are available here.
Rainbow Monthly Newsletter
Safeguarding is a priority at Rainbow. Our policy can be reviewed here.
Our Lockdown Policy is here.
Admissions policy is here.
Our Behaviour Policy is here.
Our EYPP Policy is here.
Our SEND Policy is here.
Our Complaints Policy is here.
Our Settling In Policy is here.
Our Sickness and Illness Policy is here.
Our Medication Policy is here.
Our Suncream and Sun Care Policy is here.
Our Arrivals and Departures Policy is here.
In 2018 we had two Ofsted inspections. The first did not go entirely as we anticipated. We weren't just got on a technicality though - the inspection gave us clarity on change we needed to make to improve and update our practice. We set about executing a 6 month Improvement Plan. In October 2018 Ofsted returned and recognised the many improvements we had made. We are now on our Journey To Outstanding. Read about it all here.
Current Ofsted Report (October 2018)
Parent letter 13th November
Parent briefing 7th September
Parent briefing 3rd August
Parent briefing 13th July
Parent briefing 22nd June
Parent briefing 8th June
Anonymised parent feedback
Be Meningitis Aware
Meningitis and septicaemia often happen together and can affect anyone at any age, though babies and young children are most at risk. Both meningitis and septicaemia can kill within hours and can leave those who survive with life-changing after-effects. It is vital that everyone, especially the parents of young children, knows the signs and symptoms to look out for, and the action to take if you suspect your child has meningitis. Rainbow is currently applying for MARM, the Meningitis Aware Recognition Mark for childcare providers and will be providing our parents with the information they need to be Meningitis Aware. Click here for the signs and symptoms factsheet.