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CYP Core 3.4 Support Children and Young People's Health and Safety with some cross reference to EYMP3
CYP Core3.4:1.1 a description of the factors to take into account when planning healthy and safe indoor and outdoor environments and services.
- security: child X staff ratio, enough adults to supervising the children, for example: at lunch time with a ratio of one adult to four children (between 4 and 5 years of age) in a group of 8, one adult can supervise the tables and the other take care of the children that already have finish the meal.
-accessibility: if a child is in a wheelchair they have to have easy access to the classroom
- space: if the space in the room is appropriate for the number and age of the group, them the children can move around safety
- light/sound: some children can be sensitive of light and/or sounds, for example, if a child is visually impaired or on the autistic spectrum
- duty of care: the priority is always the child's safety and welfare, for example if we need to use the oven during a cooking activity and you notice a strong smell of electrical burning we need to move the children to a safe place, call for assistance and cancel the activity.
- hazards :check is there is any toy or equipment broken with sharp edges and also if there , for example if an activity using wood construction blocks was planned we need to check if there is no piece broken ,if all pieces are in good condition to play with.
No cleaning products or medicines reachable, for example when we finish to clean the tables with anti-bacterial we need to put the product back out of reach from the children.
- hygiene: ensure all tables , toys are clean and also the toilets must be clean and have soap and toilet paper
- security: there are enough adults supervising the children ,main gates to the setting are closed so no child will be