Sun care policy and procedures template – Scotland.
Sun care – Policies and Procedure Templates – Wales
Sunlight is important for the body to receive vitamin D. We need vitamin D to help the body absorb calcium and phosphate from our diet. These minerals are important for healthy bones, teeth and muscles. Young children’s skin is more sensitive than adults and severe sunburn in childhood can lead to the development of malignant… Continue reading Sun safety for children in early years
With a general election on the horizon NDNA were at the forefront of the recent Conservative Party conference, speaking to politicians and policy makers about the future of early education and childcare. NDNA’s CEO Purnima Tanuku OBE, spoke at fringe events including a panel discussion hosted by the Early Education and Childcare Coalition’s event. NDNA… Continue reading NDNA at Party Conferences: Conservative Party Conference round up
Children and Familie’s Minister, Will Quince MP has announced his plans to consult with the sector with the idea to move towards a ratios system similar to that employed in Scotland, with a ratio of one to five instead of one to four for two-year-olds. The minister said over twitter, “we will be consulting on… Continue reading Department for Education to consult sector on ratios changes
A comprehensive survey probing private, voluntary and independent nurseries’ financial sustainability has uncovered a dire picture with 85% of childcare businesses in England making a loss or only breaking even. Ahead of the Comprehensive Spending Review, National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) reveals the shocking landscape in which nurseries and childcare settings are operating, with 95%… Continue reading Government is underfunding us – 95% of nurseries say
Our England member event, sponsored by Citation, provides you with the latest sector updates and support in policy and practice from the experts. And best of all? It’s free to members. When: 26 March 2024, 4.30pm-6.30pmWhere: Virtual Your sessions include: With thanks to our sponsors…
Early learning opportunities statement – Sun care policy and procedures template – Scotland.
All Policies and Procedures – Policy and Procedure Templates – Scotland
All Policies and Procedures – Policy and Procedure Templates – England
All Policies and Procedures – Policy and Procedure Templates – Wales
Covid isolation drove up to four in every ten early years settings to close across England, Wales and Scotland during the spring, a new report from the Education Policy Institute (EPI) and the National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA) reveals. The survey, which is the final report from a year-long research project investigating the impact of… Continue reading Covid isolation led to closures in up to 4 in 10 early years settings
The Chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to make announcements to support children and families in the upcoming Budget and Spending Review on Wednesday. Announcements will include a £500 million investment package to transform support for families. This will address the recommendations of the Leadsom Review into Early Years Healthy Development. The £500m package includes:… Continue reading Budget: No mention of funding to support early years delivery
Welcome to myNDNA’s resources page. You can find a wealth of practical activities, tips and mini-guides set to inspire young minds and help you in improving your practice.
Do we need a separate fire risk assessment for our baby room? What temperature should my nursery building be? How many toilets does a nursery need? Do nursery radiators need to have covers? Where do finger guards need to be on nursery doors? Should we get a nursery pet? What do we do if our… Continue reading Health and safety and your nursery building – FAQs
Symptoms The main symptoms of coronavirus / COVID-19 are: A high temperature A new continuous cough A loss or a change to sense of smell or taste. The NHS has also added further possible symptoms of COVID-19: shortness of breath feeling tired or exhausted an aching body a headache a sore throat a blocked or… Continue reading Infection control for nurseries regarding coronavirus / COVID-19