Hygiene protocol

We would like to inform you that, in addition to the hygienic measures that we have already been adopting on a regular basis in the centre, we have reinforced them by disinfecting our entire centre and developed a preventive hygiene action protocol.

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Measures common to ALL persons accessing the school

  • Before entering the school, your temperature will be taken with a remote infrared thermometer. If your temperature is over 37.5º C, you will be informed privately and confidentially so that you can explain and/or prove whether the fever is due to a different reason; otherwise you will not be allowed to enter the school.
  • To enter and leave the school, it is compulsory to pass through the disinfectant mats, both for people and pushchairs (whenever allowed to enter the centre), as well as to enter wearing a mask.
  • Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose and mouth. In case of coughing or sneezing, cover yourself with your flexed elbow.
  • Use disposable tissues and throw them away after use.
  • Keep a safe distance, following the guidelines set by the centre’s staff.
  • Implementation of digital diary

Cleaning and hygiene measures in the school

  • Hygiene towers “handstec” with gloves, wipes, gel and hairnets have been installed.
  • Use of remote infrared thermometer to take the temperature.
  • Installation of partitions to ensure safety distances.
  • Cleaning of all linen in the centre and sealing to ensure its protection until use.
  • Daily ventilation of each and every space in the centre for at least 5 minutes every hour.
  • Toilets and bathrooms will be cleaned three times a day. There will be soap dispensers, hand-drying paper or hydroalcoholic gel in every bathroom.
  • Disinfectant hydrogel in every room in the centre intended for use to keep hands as clean as possible.
  • Daily cleaning of partitions and windows.
  • Cleaning of doorknobs and doorbells after each use.
  • Daily and frequent cleaning of chairs, tables, telephones, computers, stair railing, etc. in the office and family care area.
  • Daily cleaning of all school furniture, tatamis and toys. We will pay special attention to the cleaning of floors, using products that guarantee hygiene and are not harmful to the children.
  • In the playground, only previously disinfected and washed school toys will be used. After each use, they will be cleaned and prepared for the following day.
  • Litter bins should be emptied frequently and if they have contained organic waste, the bag should also be changed.
  • Litter bins shall be disinfected daily.
  • All lounger covers, armchairs and fabric toys shall be washed at the indicated temperature to remove all traces of residue.
  • Cleaning staff must be correctly uniformed and wear PPE.
  • Every day, changing tables shall be disinfected with special care.
  • Use of the industrial dishwasher “LC Industrial 1500”.
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Hygiene and safety measures for families

  • All children who walk must have a pair of shoes which they will use exclusively inside the school.
  • Attention to families will be given in the space set aside for this purpose, always respecting protective measures: separation through the partition, use of masks and avoiding the exchange of paper or other objects at all times.
  • Nappies, wipes, follow-on formulae, etc. delivered to the school must be in their original packaging. Open packages cannot be collected. Once inside, each package must be disinfected.
  • Safe distances when picking up and dropping off children must be kept whenever possible.
  • Only one adult per child will be allowed to be present at pick-up time and it is important to remember to keep a safe distance at all times at the school entrance.
  • Each family is responsible for the disinfection of the sheet, bib or bottle given to them by the school.

Hygiene and safety measures for centre staff

  • Workers are not allowed to come to the centre with their work uniform on. They must change when arriving at the school, taking into account the time necessary to carry out all cleaning measures (putting on a mask, using hydroalcoholic gel or thorough hand washing if unavailable, etc.).
  • The use of gloves shall be limited to food handling, nappy changes and cleaning tasks. Wearing gloves during the whole day is not recommended.
  • When the safety distance cannot be respected, the use of a mask or a protective screen is mandatory.
  • If any worker presents symptoms such as fever, difficulty in breathing or a feeling of suffocation, he/she must notify the management of the centre as soon as possible and not go to work unless he/she can prove that the symptoms are due to other reasons. The company will activate the protocol issued by the occupational risk prevention service and, if considered necessary, the worker would get tested for Covid at the health centre.
  • If a member of the staff has been in contact with an infected person, the company must be informed. The staff should not attend the workplace if being in quarantine period because having had contact with an infected person.
  • If any worker or pupil develops symptoms while at the centre, he/she must go to a separate place as soon as possible and put on a surgical mask.
  • A list of telephone numbers to call in case of emergency will be established.
  • All school staff must make sure they are familiar with the guidelines and protocol established by the school management and will sign a statement of acknowledgement.
  • The management of the centre will inform of the guidelines and new measures established for protection and safety.
  • Employees must maintain extreme cleanliness in the work uniform. Hair must be tied back; nails must be short (and unvarnished). It is absolutely necessary to maintain absolute hygiene and commit to use PPE correctly.
  • Masks must be used inside the school. Gloves are intended for handling objects that may be at risk of contamination.
  • The use of paper documents and their circulation should be limited as much as possible.
  • Safe distances must be kept whenever possible when picking up and dropping off children.
  • The cleanliness of hands must be kept by washing them frequently with water and specific disinfectant soap.
  • After each use, the changing table will be disinfected. Likewise, after a child uses the toilet, the educator will disinfect it.
  • Glasses and cutlery will not be shared nor any objects for personal use (pens, telephones, etc.) will be exchanged. As each classroom has its own telephone, the sharing of telephones is forbidden.
  • Only one person is allowed in the kitchen and must wear a protective hat and gloves when handling food.
  • Disposable napkins must be used to clean the faces of children in the dining room, thus avoiding the use of bibs. Disposable bibs may be used, but only once.
  • Each child will have their own bedsheet, which will be given back to each family at least once a week to be correctly washed and disinfected.
  • The bottles used daily will be returned to the families every day for sterilisation, as well as the bibs. No dirty linen may be left in the centre.
  • Backpacks will be given to families every day, without exception.