Health and Safety documents
will be displayed on the premises and all
relevant insurance and fire certificates
will also be displayed. Results of Health
and Safety visits from relevant authorities
will be displayed for parent's information.
symptoms in children may suggest a presence
of a communicable virus. All parents parents/guardians
are asked to notify the crèche when
exposure has taken place.
- Fever - a temperature
over 98.6 degrees, especially if accompanied
by vomiting, sore throat, diarrhoea, headache,
stiff neck or undiagnosed rash.
- Diarrhoea - any
abnormally loose stools in the previous
- Vomiting - any episodes
of vomiting within the previous 24 hours
- Eye/nose - thick
mucous or pus draining from the eye or
- Sore throat - especially
when fever or swollen glands in the neck
- Skin problems -
rash, undiagnosed or contagious infected
sores with crusty yellow or green drainage
that are not covered.
- Itching - persistent
itching of body or scalp.
- Hair lice - must
- Vaccinations - must
Children who have any of the
above symptoms should not come into crèche
Your doctor has certified that the symptoms
are not associated with an infection, and/or
they are no longer in danger of infecting
other children. The symptoms have fully
Should your child become sick
or have a temperature during the day, it
is the policy of the crèche to immediately
call the parents or guardians. We have responsibility
to other parents and children and we cannot
allow sick children to circulate with healthy
children, it would be unfair to the sick
child and to the other children.
will be welcomed into the crèche
by a staff member who will ensure the doors
are fully closed behind all those entering
the crèche. The same policy will
apply when the children are going home.