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What happens if my child has an accident at nursery?

As children develop physically, particularly in their early walking stages, accidents can occasionally happen. In this event the nursery has at least one person (often many more) trained in Paediatric First Aid on site at all times.

If your child has had an accident at nursery you will be informed upon collection of your child and asked to sign an accident form.

In the event of a bump to the head you will be informed by telephone. Your child will be monitored and in most cases will be able to continue with their day at nursery. In the event of a bump to the head causing concern you will be asked to collect your child and a visit to your GP will be recommended. You will be given a copy of the accident form and a head injury advice form.

Should your child have an accident whilst at nursery which requires further medical support you will be contacted immediately and the necessary action will be taken. In extreme cases this could involve calling for the support of a paramedic.

If your child has had an accident at home which has resulted in a physical injury, no matter how small, we request that you inform the staff in their room so this can be documented and is not mistaken for an accident at the nursery.