Policies, Procedures & Statement Packs

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Early learning and care services are operating in an increasingly professionalised sector. There are many responsibilities, legal requirements and challenges to plan and be prepare for.

A range of Policies, Procedures and Statements are required for each early learning and care service under Regulation 10 of the Early Years Regulations 2016 are set out in Schedule 5 of the Regulations.

As a key part of quality standards and day to day processes, it is essential that policies, procedures and statements are used to guide the early childhood service and staff as well as the families who use the service.

MOSAIC policy and procedures packs are known for their comprehensive yet practical layout and adherence to Tusla requirements. A range of supporting templates accompany each policy where necessary.

Each package option is available in electronic PDF format and is personalised with your name, logo and some key positional information which we will ask you to provide following your order.

A ‘Statement of Purpose’ document accompanies the policy pack which is fully editable ‘Word’ format so that you can make necessary changes to your details as they arise. Fully editable templates and record sheets are also provided as appropriate (see package options for a full list of contents).

Each package provides detailed policies, procedures and statements that will become your ‘go to’ guide on different areas of your practice with children. Each policy is linked to the relevant underpinning legislation, outlines clear processes for good practice and provides staff guidance where necessary.

The Process

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View the different policies and packs and the contents of each pack
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Select the policy pack you wish to order
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Answer the questions we require to personalise your pack to your service
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Pay and complete order
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Once we receive your order we will send you a confirmation of when to expect delivery of your policy pack.
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We keep your pack for 6 months to enable you to review the contents and revert to us with any small changes or amendments you require to suit your service.

Policies and Procedures Packs

A series of forms and recording templates to match your procedures are provided for continuous use.

Full SAC Policy Pack E-Package

€390

The ‘Full SAC Policies, Procedures and Statement Package’ is specifically written for stand-alone School Age Childcare Services. The pack contains 21 policies and comes with a range of complimentary templates to support policy implementation.

Full Policy Pack E-Package

€390

The MOSAIC Digital Solutions Full Policies, Procedures and Statement Package contains all 21 policies and corresponding templates, developed in line with the Tusla QRF 2018 to ensure inspection compliance.

Child Safeguarding Statement & Procedures

€45

The Child Safeguarding Statement is written in line with the 6 best practice themes outlined in the Tusla Children First Child Safeguarding Guide 2019.

Essential Visitor Protocol

€30

Early childhood services may need to facilitate an outside professional to make an essential visit to the setting in relation to the health, welfare and development of a child (including inspection purposes).

COVID-19 Risk Assessment

€35

To support early childhood services to re-open safely, this editable risk assessment template prompts you to address the risks associated with providing your service in relation to Covid-19.

Single Policies (Mix & Match)

€25-€35

Don’t need a full pack? Choose the single policy or policies you require from: Governance, Health Welfare and Development of the Child (HWD), Safety, Other.

Code of Conduct and Respect

€30

This Code of Conduct and Respect outlines general guiding principles, behavioural
practices, unacceptable behaviour and the consequences of unacceptable behaviour.
This document is aimed at:
– Management, staff members, students, volunteers
– Parents/guardians/family of children enrolled
– Visitors including professionals, inspectorate, maintenance
– All others involved with our service in any way

Curriculum Statement and Long Term Plan

€30

The purpose of this Early Learning Curriculum Statement is to set out, in broad terms, how the early childhood service intends to support children’s learning and development over a long period of time, for example, a year. The statement includes reference to Aistear and Regulation 19 of the Early Years Regulations 2016 – health, welfare and development of the child.

Team Code of Professional Practice and Conduct

€35

This document outlines the values and ethics underpinning the work of the management and educator team working within the early childhood setting. It offers staff and management a set of principles to provide a reference point in guiding day-to-day practice, conduct and decision making.
The Team Code of Professional Practice and Conduct is used in conjunction with:
– Staff Contract and Job Description
– Policies and Procedures of the service.

Individual Care Plan

€35

This comprehensive Care Plan sets out a template for the required information and procedures needed for a child with specific medical or care needs. This includes food allergies and special dietary requirements.

Termination of Childcare Contract Policy

Rationale and Guidance 

€30

On occasion, the early childhood setting has to make the decision to terminate the contract for services between the family and the childcare service. This document outlines a range of reasons for termination of contract, notice period and letter of termination.

Policy on Safe Sleep and Sleep Provision for children under 24 months

€35

This Policy on Safe Sleep and Sleep is an extended policy for those working with children under 2 years which specifies the way safe and suitable sleeping arrangements are provided for children under 2 years.

*This policy adheres to Guidance for the Early Learning and Care Sector on sleep provision for children under 24 months (Tusla 2023) and includes a Sleep Plan Template with Risk Assessment. 

Critical Incident Plan for Early Childhood Services

€55

This Critical Incident Plan outlines the appropriate actions to be taken at the initial stage of an emergency enabling an appropriate and professional response should a critical incident occur. Each of the 9 plans contained in this pack is for a separate emergency. Each plan is framed in 4 recommended sections 1. The Risk, 2. Preparedness, 3. Response and 4. Recovery. The pack includes useful recording templates and display information.

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