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Since 2005


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Policies & Guidelines

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OUR PHILOSOPHY

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OUR TEAMS

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POLICIES & GUIDELINES

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WEATHER POLICY

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We have a number of policies in place to assure the quality of our programmes, their administration and the safety of the children and staff who take part in them.

Health Guidelines

We make sure that all children will be treated with utmost care to get the most out of their learning experience. Our guidelines are:

1) If children are deemed unwell or have any symptoms:

Fever

High temperature (over 37 degrees)

Nausea

Diarrhoea

Infectious illness

Infectious rash

Pink eye

Any infections such as measles, mumps, chicken pox and undiagnosed sores

Whooping cough

Cold/flu

Please do not send them in and take them to see a doctor. If we see a child that is unwell and is at our centre, we will phone the parent/guardian to take them home.

If your child has become infected with infectious diseases, please inform the centre immediately.

* Allergies (If your child is allergic to food please inform us immediately)

Other Guidelines

            1) If the centre has any problems such as electricity or any emergency, then we will close        and inform the parents/guardians to take the children home.

2) We also comply with DSEJ policies

3) If thunderstorms or Typhoon signals are hoisted during the start of the day and DSEJ has suspended classes, the centre will be closed.

4) Even though the centre may remain open, parents can decide not to bring their children in if weather conditions or emergencies permitted. However, please ring in to let the centre know.

5) Please sanitise your hands after changing your child's nappy/diaper.

6) If any accidents occur, we will treat the children in our care and inform the parents/guardians to take them home if serious. If it is really serious then we will call the ambulance and inform the parents/guardians straight away.

What You Need to Bring

1) You will need to bring nappies/diapers to change your child into if not potty trained

2) Spare clothes (at least two sets as they may get wet or have accidents)

3) Napkins

4) Towel for outdoor activities

5) Wet wipes