Day-to-day Policies (in alphabetical order)
- Accessible Customer Service Policy
- Accident Reporting
- Anaphylactic Policy
- Behaviour Management Policy
Difficult Behaviour: "Guiding Behaviour in Positive Ways": This is an interesting factsheet which Tracey highly recommends we read.
Here is the introduction: "Two of the biggest challenges children face are learning acceptable behaviour and being able to control their own behaviour. They need to be with adults who understand this and who will help them manage these tasks. Being in a small family day care group offers children opportunities to learn about looking after themselves, other people and the world around them. Helping children learn to guide their own behaviour can be a test for carers due to the different ages of children in the group, working with your own children alongside other people's children, different family experiences, having to make decisions about reasonable limits and how to react when children's behaviour is unacceptable."
- Emergency Policy
- Fire Policy
- Food and Nutrition Policy
- Illness Policy
- Playground Policy
- Police Reference Check Policy
- Positive Environment
- Provincial Wage Enhancement Policy and Procedure
- Public Health Policies (2014)
- Safe Drinking Water Policy
- Serious Occurrence and Enhanced Serious Occurrence?
- Social Media Policy (draft)
- Volunteer Policy
- Weather Policy
Licensing & public health information
During their time at Playschool the children are encouraged to care for each other and their environment, play cooperatively and communicate their needs and interests and develop independence.