Cleanliness & Safety

Fire-Safety

The building contains all necessary fire safety equipment such as fire extinguishers. Each staff member must also undergo a fire course. An evacuation plan will be devised and all teachers will be aware of it. In addition to this, there will be a fire drill exercises throughout the year where all children will practice orderly evacuation. The fire-department has reviewed the premises and approved as safe.

Cleanliness & Safety

Cleanliness and safety is the most important aspect of any school. This minimizes health hazards. In order to enable this:

  • First aid boxes are available for both Daycare and Kindergarten
  • Each staff member must undertake a first-aid course
  • The rooms are cleaned daily at the end of each day
  • All food items are stored in appropriate places and it is ensured that they are fresh and within their sell by date
  • All dangerous items such as medicine, cleaning equipment etc. are kept locked and out of the reach of children
  • In emergency cases, the Triemli hospital is at close distance. In case of an emergency or illness parents will be informed immediately.
  • No one except the parents are allowed to pick up a child unless the parents themselves have prior given instructions and permission
  • All children are required to fill in a medical form. This will ensure that the school is aware of any information such as allergies.
  • Children with fever, diarrhea or contagious diseases must remain at home until they have recovered
  • The parents must supply at least one telephone number at which they are reachable at all times.
  • Nappies are provided by the Daycare for all children.
  • With regards to dental hygiene. Individual tooth brushes, as well as tooth paste are provided for each child. The tooth brushes are replaced regularly.
  • The kitchen is regularly assessed by a health inspector, and the guidelines for hygiene abided by.