Having a child slip out of a gate un-noticed or being sent home with the wrong person is something that everyone would dread.
It is expected that children are safe in their ECE environment and cared for at all times.
So in terms of developing policy and involving parents and others to play their part in ensuring the safety of all children, what do you need to know and refer to?
And what are the ways that your ECE service could safeguard to ensure that something like a child leaving unnoticed or running ahead of their parent and into the line of moving cars does not happen?
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