sufficient and suitable play equipment and materials is available for indoor and outdoor play to provide stimulating activities for children in all areas of their development and learning
safe for each child who uses them
Play equipment is appropriate to the ages and developmental needs of those attending,
Safety matting or soft surfacing is provided for equipment that requires children to climb.
The inclusion, welfare and development of children who have additional needs are actively promoted, based on appropriate assessment
the observations and information are sensitively discussed with the parents and they are encouraged to seek relevant help
individual care plan for the setting may be developed
rights to privacy and confidentiality are respected when discussing potential additional needs
consults with parents about the child’s needs, including any special services or equipment for a child with additional needs
e Registered Person or childminder ensures that the physical environment is suitable for that child.
changing facilities where required
identified as a child in need (Article 17, Children (NI) Order 1995), the Registered Person or childminder, with the knowledge of the parents, gives appropriate information to the referring agencies
a written policy which addresses how the setting responds to children with additional needs including both special educational needs (SEN) and disability
consistent with current legislation and guidance is made available to parents
meet the needs of individual children with additional needs that attend the setting.
addresses how the setting responds to children with additional needs including both SEN and disability. The policy is consistent with current legislation and guidance is made available to parents
meet the needs of individual children with additional needs that attend the setting
minding arrangements meet the needs of individual children who have additional needs and of other children on the premises