Do's and Dont's...
Copies of all playground policies are available from the office. Ofsted reports on our site are also available for parents/carers to view at any time.
Promoting positive behaviour
As a parent/carer you will know, children and young people need guidance when it comes to behaviour. We need to work together to set a good example. Since most behaviour is learnt from others, we ask that adults visiting the site stick to the same rules that are set out for the children. Respect for other people is an important rule for positive behaviour. Our rules are to do with respect for others, for example we do not allow:
- Name calling, bullying or fighting;
- Foul language;
- Spitting; or
- Throwing stones or bark
Suspensions and exclusions
Negative behaviour can do many things. It can upset, offend or even put others in danger. It can spoil the play for other users. We have a policy for suspending children and young people from our facility or even excluding them permanently. While this is a last resort, in some cases it is necessary. If you would like to learn more about our policy then please ask our staff.
We advise that all our users wear clothing and footwear that is practical. Adventure play can be dangerous to your children's clothing. Dressing to impress will cause your purse distress!
Some children and young people find pets frightening. Please do not bring in you pets into the playground unless it is a guide dog. Pet mess can also carry disease which may be picked up by children. Also some children and young people have allergies that can be triggered by certain pets.
Photographs and filming
In the interest of protecting children, no unauthorised filming or photography (except for parent /carers filming their own children) is allowed. The playground is often an attractive venue for film production companies and photographers; however they must get permission from the Playground Manager.
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