What Procedures Are We Putting In Place To Ensure Everyone’s Safety?Group sizes:
Group sizes will be smaller ‘bubbles’ and within Government guidance. These bubbles will help to prevent cross-contamination and ensure that if anyone presents symptoms, “track and trace” is easily implemented.
There will be hand sanitiser available at the entrance, we ask that children use this upon entering and exiting the Sunrise buildings, and hand washing with soap and water during the club session.
Due to the nature of activity, children are not required to wear masks/visors, but staff may feel it necessary for them to do so.
The Sunrise venues will be thoroughly cleaned at the end of every day. In between club sessions, any shared equipment will be wiped down and sanitised to ensure it is safe for the next club to use. The toilet and surfaces will be thoroughly cleaned after each individual use.
We ask that parents drop their children off outside the venue and do not enter Sunrise building unless a prior arrangement has been made with the Sunrise Project Co-ordinator/Playleaders.
Children should enter the front of Orchard Way and leave at the back entrance. For Britannia Road, children will enter from the front/side and leave through the car park entrance.
Our staff will no longer be handling cash, all money will be placed by yourselves in a cash box, we would ask you to provide the correct money as no change can be given. If you wish to pay by bank transfer, please speak to one of our leaders who can provide you with banks details.
To avoid cross-contamination, where possible, children should bring their own water bottle, as snack and drinks will not be provided. To minimise the number of personal belongings at the venue, bags and toys etc should not brought into the facilities.
Should any child develop any symptoms of Covid (as detailed in Government guidelines), they will be required to wear a mask and be isolated from other children with a Play/Youth worker. The parent will be called immediately to come and collect their child.
General health & safety:
What will happen if a child is unwell and needs medical attention? Your child will receive the best care and attention and will be treated by our first aiders. First aiders will wear PPE (disposable gloves and mask) when treating your child to protect both your child and the first aider, as they will be coming into close contact with your child. Following our standard policies on accidents and injuries, each accident will be recorded and reported to you.
We do ask that you explain the importance of social distancing before they come to the clubs as social distancing must also be observed at the welcome desk during registration and collection and we ask that parents/carers help us by complying with this.
What if my child displays any of the symptoms of Covid before attending club?
Urdu COVID-19 Symptoms Video
If your child develops any symptoms associated with Covid, it is essential that they do not attend club and that you follow Government guidance.
A high temperature – this means your child feels hot to touch on their chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature).
A new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if they usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual).
A loss or change to sense of smell or taste – this means they have noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal.
We will have a digital thermometer to be used on each child upon entering the venue.