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How are we COVID safe?

 

At World Tower Child Care, the health and wellbeing of our children, families and educators is paramount. Our service has embedded COVID safe measures into our daily practices to ensure we can maintain a safe environment whilst continuing to provide high quality care and education.

 

Covid Safe Policy

Our Covid Safe policy has been specifically designed to guide and support our educators and families during these uncertain times. Much like our Illness policy, it highlights the importance of hygiene and ensuring children and educators remain at home if unwell. If children or their family members are advised to get tested for COVID-19, children are not permitted to return to the service until a negative result has been confirmed. A copy of the results must be provided to us prior to returning.

 

Limited Access

Non-essential adults are currently not permitted to enter the service. Our educators meet and greet families upon arrival and departure at our front door.

Deliveries are arranged to ensure that couriers do not enter the service and exchange of goods is contactless. 

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Social Distancing

Educators are encouraged to social distance where possible. Families are asked to ensure they maintain a safe physical distance from each other and from educators.

 

Hand Sanitiser Provided

We encourage the use of hand sanitiser and ask families to sanitise their hands at drop off and collection of their children. Educators have access to sanitiser at all times of the day.

 

Keeping Families Informed

As changes arise, including our responsibilities as a service and as individuals in maintaining a COVID safe environment, such information is communicated quickly and effectively to our educators and families which will ensure we can continue to play our part in keeping each other safe.

 

Working With Our Community Members

We continue to work in collaboration with NSW Health and the Department of Education and Communities to ensure our responsibilities are transparent and communicated across our team of educators and families.