Does your early childhood service have a whistle-blowing policy?
This is one of the key requirements that could help to give confidence in the safety of an early childhood setting and keep it safe for children. There are other procedures and policies that should be in place in all ECE services.
Below are recommendations for ECE services, and also an outline of what practices and expectations inspection (Education Review Office) and licensing (Ministry of Education) officers, and teacher education providers should be demonstrating.
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