Our Policies

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Severe Weather Policy - Whilst we will always aim to work in all weather conditions, we recognise that there are limitations to the safety of the environment due to the weather conditions.

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy - Tinderwood Trust is committed to provide a secure and supportive environment in which children can develop and grow into mature and responsible people. Safeguarding is a central part of our holistic approach.

Creative Curriculum, Planning and Evaluation Policy - The main charitable objective of Tinderwood Trust is the advancement of education. High quality learning opportunities for all children all year round are of the highest importance to our organisation and for the wider society in which we work live and grow.

Equal Opportunities Policy - Tinderwood Trust is wholeheartedly committed to promoting equality and diversity and to becoming a model of best practice in the voluntary and community sector. We believe that our society will be stronger and more effective if we can meet the diverse needs of all our service users and attract and retain a Management Committee and membership that reflect the community we serve.

Health, Safety and Emergency Policy - Being healthy and safe, whilst being aware of the risks of the working environment and having a clear plan of how to act in an emergency, makes a realistic and practical workforce effective. By modelling this understanding of the importance of taking care of yourself whilst being willing to take risk is of great benefit and social utility to the work which we do and the children and young people with whom we do it.

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