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10 Ways SG World helps Nurseries follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Statutory Framework

10 Ways SG World helps Nurseries


Visitor Pass

As well as enhancing the professional image of your nursery and help identify intruders, SG World’s visitor pass is a great way of informing all visitors, including temporary staff, about important health and safety information and safeguarding policies. The pass is designed in such a way that when the visitor signs in they are acknowledging they have understood and accepted these procedures. There’s even a discreet sheet which keeps details of visitors confidential. 

Visitor Wallet

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1. Health & Safety Procedures - Section 3.5

Nurseries must comply with requirements of health and safety legislation and take reasonable steps to ensure the safety of children, staff and others on the premises.

 2. Smoking- Section 3.56

Providers must not allow smoking in or on the premises when children are present.

 3. Site Security- Section 3.62

Nurseries must take all reasonable steps to prevent unauthorised persons entering the premises, and have an agreed procedure for checking the identity of visitors.

4. Safeguarding Procedures- Section 3

  3.4 These must include an explanation of the action to be taken in the event of an allegation being made against a member of staff, and cover the use of mobile phones and cameras.

3.20. Nurseries must ensure that all staff receive .  . . information about emergency evacuation procedures, safeguarding, child protection, the provider’s equality policy, and health and safety issues.

5. Child Confidentiality- Section 3

 3.70. Nurseries must ensure that information relating to the child is handled in a way that ensures confidentiality.

6. Medical Administration Policy - Section 3

 The nursery must have a procedure, discussed with parents/carers, for responding to children who are ill and implement a policy for administering medicines including systems for obtaining relevant information and keeping it up-to-date.

 7. Parental Permissions- Section 3.46

 Medicine must only be administered where written permission has been obtained with a written record each time a medicine is administered. 

8. Incident Reporting - Section 3.50    

Nurseries must keep a written record of accidents or injuries and first aid treatment and inform parents/carers. 

9. Outings- Section 3.65

Children must be kept safe while on outings. Providers must assess and identify the steps to be taken to remove, minimise and manage those risks and hazards.

Medical Administration & Parental agreement Forms

Medical Administration & Parental Agreement Forms

Whilst there is no legal duty requiring a nursery to administer medication, you want to give help and support where it is needed. Our Medical Administration documentation gives nurseries a clear procedure for safely administering and recording pupil medication. Using our documentation ensures you are protecting and supporting staff and children alike by following an appropriate routine. We can also provide a Daily Record Book providing a structured, traceable way of communicating useful, daily dietary and toilet information to parents and carers. 

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Incident Reporting

The SG World Incident Reporting system works hand in hand with the nursery Accident Book. It gives staff a simple and clear procedure for recording incidents such as nosebleeds or asthma attacks which may not merit an entry in the Accident Book but should be recorded and communicated to parents.

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Incident Reporting




Wristband Printer

Wristband Printer

On a group outing, a potential risk is a child getting separated from the group . One of the ways a school can address this is by using an ID wristband, especially when dealing with younger children.  The wristband can also include any important dietary or medical information eg: epilepsy, asthma, diabetes, nut allergies etc.

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