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Centre Information

Mission Statement

Children, Creativity, Community

Greenfields is an inclusive community where childhood is celebrated, and families are empowered through inspiring and creative early education and lifelong learning.

Centre Aims

  • The Centre is committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment where everyone is valued and cultural diversity is celebrated.

  • We encourage all children and parents/carers to develop positive self-esteem and become well motivated, independently lifelong learners.

  • We provide a broad and balanced holistic curriculum, which meets the needs of the individual and good practice based on research within the Early Years Foundation Stage.

  • We provide a safe, secure, creative, innovative and inspiring environment, which nurtures a life long learning programme.

  • We involve children/parents/carers/extended family and wider community as partners in the learning journey.

  • We work with multi-agency professional teams and promote an integrated approach to early intervention for children and families with additional needs.

  • We provide an inclusive environment where everyone is valued irrespective of race, religion, culture, gender, background, disability or age.

  • We continue to develop a team where all staff have high expectations of the child; where staff are valued, committed and motivated with opportunities for both personal and professional development.

  • We value and foster a listening culture whereby children and adults are heard and respected.

  • We strive to meet the needs of and empower the local community with a particular focus on children under five and their families.

Misson & Aims

Centre Policies

Our policies ensure the efficient and effective running of the Centre.  All of our policies are available on request and core policies are available to download below. 

Policies available to download:

Policies available to view at the centre:

  • Accessibility Plan

  • Administering Medicines Policy

  • Admissions Procedure

  • Alcohol and Substance Misuse Policy

  • Anti-bullying Policy

  • Appraisal Policy

  • Assessment and Record Keeping Policy

  • Behaviour Policy

  • Centre Emergency Management Plan

  • Charging, Remissions and Lettings Policy

  • Code of Conduct for Centre Employees

  • Code of Practise for Centre Governors

  • Community Cohesion

  • Complaints Procedure

  • Confidentiality Policy

  • Continence Policy

  • Documentation and Display

  • E-safety policy

  • EAL Policy

  • Ealing Data Protection Policy

  • Ealing Home to Place of Learning Travel Policy

  • Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

  • Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum Policy

  • Finance Policy and procedures

  • Fire Evacuation Policy

  • Food and Nutrition

  • Governors Allowances

  • Governors Visits

  • Guidelines for Home Visits

  • Guidelines for Setting Parent/Carer Boundaries

  • Health and Safety

  • Induction for Agency Staff

  • Induction for New Staff

  • Induction for Work Experience Students and Volunteers

  • Intimate Care Policy

  • Listening to Children

  • Lone Persons on Premises

  • Looked After Children

  • Lost Children

  • Lost Children on Outings

  • Managing Absence

  • Mark Making and Early Writing

  • Mobile Phone and Camera Policy

  • Parental Partnerships

  • Pay Policy

  • Policy and Guidelines for Physical Intervention

  • Policy and Procedures for Managing Unsatisfactory Performance

  • Policy and Procedures for Safeguarding and Protecting Children

  • Procedures for Outings and Visits

  • Procedures for Visitors

  • RBS Purchase Card

  • Responding to Allegations of Abuse against Centre Staff and Volunteers

  • Safer Recruitment Procedures

  • Special Educational Needs

  • Staff Expense Policy

  • Sick Children Policy

  • Smoking Policy

  • Stress Management/Well  Being

  • Supervision Policy

  • Transition Policy

  • Uncollected Children

  • Whistleblowing Policy

Centre Policies

Daycare Charges

The latest daycare charges can be downloaded below:

Daycare Charges

Pupil Premium

The Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) is additional funding for early years settings to improve the education they provide for disadvantaged three and four year-olds.


Eligible children must be three or four years old and using their free early education entitlement and their parent or carer must receive one of the following benefits:

  • Income Support

  • Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

  • Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999

  • The guaranteed element of State Pension Credit

  • Child Tax Credit (provided they’re not also entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual gross income of no more than £16,190)

  • Working Tax Credit run-on, which is paid for 4 weeks after they stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit

Funding may also be available if a child falls into one of the following groups:

  • Looked after by the Local Authority

  • Adopted from Care

  • Has left Care through a Special Guardianship Arrangement

  • Has left Care and is subject to a Child Arrangement Order (previously known as a residence order

Please click below to see how the Centre has spent its Early Years Pupil Premium Funding in 2016/2017

Pupil Premium

Children's Meals

We recognise the important connection between a healthy diet and a child’s ability to learn effectively and to achieve well.  Meal times are an important part of our daily routine at Greenfields because the sharing of food builds a sense of belonging and community.  It is an opportunity to nurture and celebrate our cultural diversity and an excellent bridge for building friendships.

A lot of thought goes into planning a balanced and nutritional menu for our children as well as into providing a warm family atmosphere where children can enjoy their meals together.  

Children's Meals
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