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At The Children’s Courtyard, we pride ourselves on providing children with a school environment that is welcoming, nurturing, and safe. From entry procedures to equipment checks, from head counts to cameras and alarms, we work hard to protect every child, every day.
Access to schools is restricted to authorized individuals only, with ID checks and secured entry doors. Teachers receive regular training in safety procedures, while we follow strict guidelines for ratios to provide direct supervision of children at all times. Proper monitoring of the entire school is ensured by door alarms and interior cameras.
Infants, toddlers, and 2-year-olds are assigned a primary caregiver, for consistent attention and a strengthened teacher-child bond. Staff and parents develop a carefully defined care plan together, which is updated and reviewed twice a year. Diaper changes for infants are done at regular intervals.
Lights are always kept on, including at naptime. Visual contact and active listening is practiced by all teachers. Age-appropriate bedding is used in cots and cribs. Up to age 2, all babies are set on their backs for sleeping, while we conduct regular checks on children during naps.
Good hand washing practices prevent the spread germs. We monitor children for signs of illness and notify parents immediately if their child is not well, to stop the spread of illness. Regular cleaning and disinfecting of classrooms is done with child-safe products.
We regularly disinfect toys and check them for loose or broken pieces. For children under 4, we check for choking hazards. Secure fencing surrounds playground areas, while safely designed fall zones prevent injuries.