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Highest International Standards Of Quality

With the guidance of internationally recognized associations and professionals, Inspire strives to follow quality standards set by the US-based National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and by the Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI).

Staffing Ratios

Inspire upholds the best international standards for quality care and education in the early years, as well as local ministry rules and regulations, as exemplified by the adult to child ratios and small group sizes as noted below:

  • Infant Room: 1 adult to 3 children
  • Early Toddlers: 1 adult to 4 children
  • Late Toddlers: 1 adult to 5 children
  • Preschoolers: 1 adult to 8 children

Safety & Security

Inspire is always striving to provide a happy, safe and secure environment for all children. Our secure keypad entry system on the front door enables parents to gain access by a specific entry code and management is always aware of who is entering and leaving at all times. Apart from parents, only pre-authorized nominees, registered at the nursery with valid identification, are allowed to collect children.

The health and safety of our children is of prime importance. To maintain health and hygiene, we have in place strict guidelines for hand washing & diapering, as well as cleaning and disinfecting. Our premises, toys and furniture are sanitized daily, using non-toxic cleaning agents that do not leave behind hazardous residues.

Safety & Welfare Policy

Inspire Children’s Nursery is committed to ensuring that all setting practices are carried out within the requirements of the Health and Safety and Work Act 1974. In order to achieve high standards of quality and safety and continually improve health and safety performance Inspire Nursery is committed to implementing all necessary health and safety procedures.

We recognize that a systematic approach to health and safety, based on risk assessment procedures (see risk assessment policy for more information) can minimize injury and ill health to staff and children.

Inspire Nursery are committed to developing the appropriate setting structure and culture, that supports the concept of risk management by all members of the staff team. Adequately resourcing health and safety measures including planning and implementation of any health and safety requirements. Developing, in all members of the staff team, an understanding of health and safety, through training in health and safety requirements and risk assessment implementation. Continual monitoring and evaluation of health and safety requirements in line with current legislation, including the review of all policies and practices to ensure that Inspire Nursery continues to improve standards of performance.

Child Protection All members of staff will receive training in child protection as part of their induction training (see Staff Induction Policy for further information). All members of staff are instructed in the specific procedure for Inspire Nursery, especially as regards to disclosures and suspicions of child abuse. (See Child Protection Policy for further information) Accidents and Incidents All members of staff receive first aid training as part of their induction training; in addition all members of staff are instructed in the correct procedures for dealing with accidents and incidents including completion of documentation. The setting has separate accident and incident folder which are used to document each accident and incident that takes place in the setting. (See Accident and Injury and Incident Policies for further information)

Emergency Procedure There is a documented procedure for emergencies which is displayed in all of the areas that are accessed by Inspire Nursery. All members of staff are trained in the emergency procedure and fire drill evacuations take place once per month. (See Fire and Emergency Policies and Procedures for further information)

Administration of Medications All administration of medications are strictly controlled and done in accordance with the Medicine Administration Policy and Procedure Illnesses In accordance with Inspire Nursery’s registration policy, children will not be admitted if they are showing signs of an illness or ailment which may be contagious. If a child becomes unwell during the course of the session, members of staff will ensure that the child is comfortable but does not pose any risk to the other children in the setting. The member of staff will contact the child’s parent or carer and observe the child closely until they are collected.

The premises that Inspire Nursery operates from are regulated by the MOSA, MUICIPALITY & DUBAI HEALTH AUTHORITY and are inspected once per year as a minimum. Members of staff check the premises each day to ensure that there are no risks or hazards that would compromise the health and safety of the children, parents and carers or staff. At the end of the session members of staff ensure that the premises are left clean, safe and tidy. Safety and Security Inspire Nursery feels that the safety and security of the children, parents and carers and staff are paramount to the running of the setting. A secure entry system is in place to ensure that only persons with a legitimate reason for being on the premises have access. Visitors, other than parents and carers collecting their children must pre-arrange their visits and carry identification; all visitors must make themselves known to a member of staff upon entry, stating their name and reason for visiting. Visitors are required to sign themselves in and out of the building and must be accompanied by a member of staff at all times.

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