If a child was to go missing I would stay calm, talk to my work colleagues and follow allsorts day nursery missing child procedures; the procedure I would follow is that one adult would go and search for the missing child while the others stay with the rest of the children, keeping them calm and reassuring them. If the child is not found after a quick search, a qualified staff member is to inform the nursery manager of the situation. Another wider search to be carried out by one or two members of staff if possible, if child is still missing after ten minutes the police would be contacted by dialling 999 and informing them of the child giving them as much information as possible, such as Childs name, age and how long the child has been missing. Contact the manager giving her an update of the situation, the manager would then need to contact the child’s parents to explain to them the situation. The whole group is to stay in the area and wait for the police, once police arrive, a member of staff gives them as much information as possible, take the children back to the nursery as soon as police give clearance for that and a qualified member of staff to be left at the scene. I feel our policies help us keep all the children safe inside and out side of the nursery. We keep to the correct ratio and maintain the registers, we take the resister with us if a majority of the room are leaving the room to go on an outing, to the garden and also if the fire alarm sounds. We also…
Sweet Apple Nursery
This is Sweet Apple Nursery, and it has children between the ages of two months to two years.
We also have a special needs group for the children that need extra help with fitting in or with the school work.
Our service users are usually from a young age so we have classes for each age range and we make sure that everyone’s needs is known such as reading, writing, allergies etc.
Page 1: Introduction to the nursery and a guide to our service users and their…
George Bernard Shaw takes place during the Industrial Revolution around 1916, and was about a poor girl Eliza, who had to sell flowers on the street corner just to live. She later transforms herself into a duchess, with phonetic and etiquette training from a phonetics professor Dr. Henry Higgins. Throughout Eliza’s life her parents were not there for her, and her father was an alcoholic who worked as a local dustman. Shaw’s Pygmalion is an early depiction of what today’s society deems as a negligent…
Honors American Literature and Composition
21 November 2012
Is Something Missing from Your School?
Several schools in your area are missing out on something that is very important to the community – lacrosse. Lacrosse is a fairly new sport to our region of Pennsylvania, but it is always exhilarating for both fans and players. High schools around the Lehigh Valley should admit lacrosse as a sport because of the lack of variety in spring athletics, it benefits the community…
The No Child Left Behind Act: A Lemon
No Child Left Behind is an educational reform enacted by President George W. Bush in 2001. The Act creates a set of national, as well as state testing standards in math, reading-comprehension, and history. All schools must bring all students above these standards by 2013. If they fail to meet certain standards for achieving these goals, the government can impose various sanctions on the school. While the act is a landmark move forward in education reform,…
Jacob: From Child to Man
Jacob, the father of the twelve tribes of Israel, didn’t start out being a great man. In his youth, he was a scoundrel and a trickster. Some translations even say that trickster is what his name means. As the narrative continues, however, it seems that Jacob, like all young people must, matures and leaves his childish and mischievous ways behind. He becomes an honorable, God-fearing man who does right by his family and honors and obeys his God.
Jacob, a scoundrel…
breadwinner and the women stays at home looks after children, clean and cook but over the years situation |
|changed. Women often working part time or low paid jobs also they are less likely to be selected for promotion because they have |
|e.g. child responsibilities e.g. maternity leave for 9 months and managerial are not seen as a woman’s position. If women is alone |
|parent has poor income or reliant on benefits that she is not able to afford the basic needs such as bills, food, transport…
When Will We Ever Be Children?
Professor Rebecca Mullen
Why are we let the government control the way we learn in schools? When today’s children are having a hard enough time experiencing life outside of electronics. The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) makes it more challenging for students when they are cutting activities outside of school. The No Child Left Behind Act has so many pros and cons to it. In ways it can help but in other ways it…
The No Child Left Behind Act
Dr. Stephan Law
February 20, 2010
No Child Left Behind
a. What I will be writing about
b. Why I chose my topic
c. What will be covered
2. The NCLB Act
d. How it came to be
e. What was proposed
f. How it has been enacted
3. The NCLB Act
g. Arguments in favor of
h. Arguments against
i. How the NCLB Act has had a positive impact…
policy of the Nursery/Pre-School to comply fully with the requirements of European Community Law, the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, and all other relevant statutory provisions.
The Nursery/Pre-School has a responsibility to provide a safe environment for your child and the Manager is responsible for health and safety matters concerning the nursery premises. All staff are aware of potential hazards within the nursery and the surrounding environment and actively protect children from hazards. We…
Onward: How Starbucks Fought for Its Life without Losing Its Soul. Howard Schultz with Joanne Gordon. New York: Rodale, Inc., 2011. 331 pages.
Reviewed by _______________
Onward is a book written by Starbucks ceo Howard Schultz (the company uses lower case for all job titles) about how the company recalibrated itself after getting too big, too fast. The reason I chose to read and review this book is because I am a coffee addict. Ironically, I am not a fan of Starbucks. I’ve always felt…