Policies

Shine Bright EYM works closely with staff, volunteer parent advisory groups and families to consider and develop strong policies that respond to the needs of children. The guidance provided by up-to-date research, Government Regulations and quality frameworks supports our kindergarten communities in the consideration of policies that guide our everyday practise and helps us maintain very high standards for children.

Shine Bright EYM is committed to child safety by providing a supportive, caring and safe learning environment for all children.

Shine Bright EYM Child Safe Statement of Commitment

Quality Area 1 – Educational program and practice
Quality Area 2 – Children’s health and safety

Acceptance and Refusal of Authorisations Policy V3.0

Administration of First Aid Policy V2.0

Administration of Medication Policy V3.0

Anaphylaxis Policy V3.0

Asthma Management V3.0

Child Safe Environment V5.0

Court Orders Relating to Family Law

Dealing with Infectious Diseases Policy V3.0

Dealing with Medical Conditions Policy V4.0

Delivery and Collection of Children Policy V3

Diabetes Policy V3

Emergency and Evacuation Policy V2

Epilepsy Policy V3.0

Excursions, Service Events and Regular Outings Policy V4

Food Safety Policy V2.0

Healthy Eating Oral Health and Active Play Policy V2.2

Hygiene Policy V2.1

Incident, Injury, Trauma and Illness Policy  V3

Mental Health and wellbeing and safe environments policy V1.0

Relaxation and Sleep Polic V2.0

RISK MINIMISATION PLAN FOR ALL MEDICAL CONDITIONS

Road Safety And Safe Transport Policy

Sun Protection Policy V3.0

Supervision of Children Policy V3.0

Tobacco Control V1.0

Water Safety Policy V2.0

Reconciliation Action Plan

Shine Bright EYM acknowledges current and past injustices inflicted upon the Australia’s First Nations People. We would like to move forward with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, both within our regions and across Australia.

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