Health and Safety

We believe a child excels in a loving and caring environment. At ibambini, it is our utmost priority to provide an encouraging, nurturing, safe and conducive learning environment. Such an environment is most ideal for your child to enjoy, learn and grow!

ibambini takes pride and operates in accordance with the highest international standards of health and safety in the formative & crucial early years.

Safety Policy

Parent ID Cards

ID cards are issued to all parents. You are expected to carry this card when you come to collect the child. Besides parents, drivers, maids or relatives are also allowed to collect the child on producing the ID Cards, provided the school has been informed beforehand.

Health Policy

Regular hand washing

We firmly believe that the child should be made habitual to hygiene practices. They follow simple routines like regular hand washing after they come back from the washrooms, before they eat and after doing any activity where the child was touching something like sand or paints to ensure high standards of hygiene.

Illness and Medication Policies

Mary Had a Little Cold

But wouldn’t stay at home.

And everywhere that Mary went,

The cold was sure to roam.

It wandered into Polly’s eyes,

And then to Timmy’s ears.

And swelled poor Jennie’s head.

And a cough put Jack to bed.

The moral of this little tale is very quickly said:

Mary could have saved some pain,

With just one day in bed!

Hence, Parents may not bring children to school when any of the following symptoms are present:

  • A fever of 100 degrees or higher (unmedicated)
  • Appearing ill / unwell despite having no fever.
  • Rashes unless approved by their physician and accompanied by a note saying it is not contagious.
  • Persistent cough
  • Diarrhea or vomiting
  • Disease or infestation
  • Colored mucus
  • Head lice
  • Conjunctivitis (pink eye)

Please contact the school and report to the school head in case of any communicable diseases (including head lice) that your child has contracted, so the school can take extra precautions to insure they are not spread. All information will be held in the strictest confidence.

Please do not request that a child remain indoors. If your child is too ill to go outside with us, he or she is too ill to be at Preschool.

Educators and facilitators will monitor each child’s condition daily. If a child develops any of the above symptoms, illness or infestation while at the school, the staff will isolate the child from the other children and will notify the parents immediately. The parent or guardian must pick up the child from the school within 30 minutes.