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Here at Childtime, we’re proud to provide children with a learning environment that’s safe, welcoming, and fun. From entry procedures to equipment checks, from head counts to cameras, we work tirelessly to keep every child safe, every day. It all starts at the front door: School access is restricted, so only authorized individuals with identification may enter our secure doors.
School access is restricted, so only authorized individuals with identification may enter our secure doors. Teachers are given regularly scheduled training in safety procedures, while we abide by rigid guidelines for ratios to guarantee direct supervision of children at all times. The entire school is fixed with door alarms and interior cameras for proper monitoring.
Infants, toddlers, and 2-year-olds are given a primary caregiver, to ensure consistent attention and a strengthened teacher-child bond. The staff works with parents to create a carefully defined care plan—one that’s updated and reviewed twice per year. For infants, diaper changes are done at regular intervals.
Lights are never turned off during naptime. All teachers practice both visual contact and active listening. In cots and cribs, age-appropriate bedding is always used. Up to age 2, every baby is put on their backs for sleeping and teachers continually conduct regular checks on children who are napping.
Excellent hand washing practices prevent germ-spreading. We always monitor children for signs of illness and immediately notify parents if their child is unwell, which also stops the spread of illness. Classrooms are regularly cleaned and disinfected with child-safe products.
We consistently disinfect toys and inspect them for broken pieces or loose parts. For little ones under 3, we look for choking hazards. All our playground areas are surrounded by secure fences, and safely designed fall zones prevent playground injuries.