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DescriptionHow to provide proper supervision in a childcare centre
Part A: Planning and Monitoring Supervision
Background and Introduction
Open to public from 6:30 am to 6 pm, Monday to Frieday
Licensed for 70 children a day
Must have two staff members assigned to each room per day all day as well as lunch relief (this can vary from 1 to 3 floats for lunch relief)- there for there must be between 11 to 13 staff rostered on every day. The director of course makes 14 staff members.
There are 5 rooms- (in order from first room to last geographically) Babies, Toddlers, Pre-Kindy, Kindy and Pre-School.
There are two outside playgrounds- The first (and smallest) playground is for Toddlers and Pre-Kindy. The second playground (and the larger of the two) is for Kindy and Pre-School. (However we are focusing on Toddlers and Pre-Kindy)
b) There are two groups of children out in the play ground to make a total of 22 children.
There groups are;
Toddlers - Ratio is 1 career to 5 children
(With an age range of 15 months to 2.5 years)
Pre-Kindy - Ratio is 1 career to 6 children
(With an age range of 2 to 3 years)
c) There are two indoor rooms in relation to the supervision plan. These are the Toddlers room and the Pre-Kindy room. However there is one outdoor area as the Toddlers and Pre-Kindy children share it. (See diagrams/layouts in appendix)
Some Soft Toys
Miniature table and chairs
Some Soft Toys
Toy Shelf 1:
Large Lego (Best for children who are under the age
Cars and Car Tracks
Toy Shelf 2:
Large Piece Puzzles
Musical Instruments (No small pieces)
Materials for Room
10 child size chairs
1 desk for career
2 large carpets
Two miniature toilets
One large toilet
1 toilet brush
Number of Staff Implementing the Supervision Plan and Their Rostering
9:00 to 6:00
8:45 to 6:00
8:45 to 6
6:15 am to 2:00
6:16 am to 2:00
6:15 am to 2:00
e) Daily Schedual
7:30am/8:00 to 8:30am/9am (this depends on how cold it is outside) - Morning Play
9am to 9:15am- Morning Nappies
9:15 to 9:45am- Morning Tea
9:45am to 10:45am- Cleaning up Morning Tea while children have free play and we have two art activities during this time.
10:45am to 11am- We pack up from play time and the art activities whilst doing nappies.
11am to 11:30am- Getting lunches ready and feeding them to children.
11:30am to 11:45am- Getting the children’s beds set up and getting any milk bottles heated and ready.
11:45am to 12:00pm- Patting children to sleep.
12:00pm to 2pm- In this time the children ...
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