Why Kids Planet Academy is the Safest Centre in Covid-19 period

Kids Planet Academy is always acting ahead of the Government instruction and have the best protection practice to protect our children and families  during the Covid-19 Pandemic period, our famous protection action even got reported by the major newspaper twice during this period.

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Not just a slogan, we went above and beyond by providing services to our children and families more than a ordinary day care, such as organise and giving out facemask, Sanitizer, helping families ordering essential items for the difficult time. Click the following timelines for find out what we have done along the way: 

6th March  |  16th March  |  23rd March |

Please find the following for our CurrentCovid-19 protocol:

 

Within Centre:
 

Prevention at the door 
Temperature check and hand sanitise

All families and visitors are required to have their temperature tested at the entrance and also sanitise their hand before entry.

Body temperature above 37.8 degrees will be asked to see a doctor and present a medical clearance before return to the centre.

 

Symptoms occurs in the centre

Any child or staff with symptoms of fever, cough or shortness of breath will be send home and required a doctor clearance before return to the centre. We aim to minimise any inconvenience this could cause and would like to urge all families to take extra caution on any early symptoms of cold and flu, stay warm and wash hands regularly.

 

Sanitation in the centre 

All rooms will be sanitised every day to ensure the highest standard of hygiene.

Families:

Self-Quarantine

We would recommend all families to postpone their international travel plans and avoid crowded areas.  If any person living with your family who has recently return from China/Korea/Japan/Italia/Iran, we ask your cooperation to inform the centre management and stay home for self-quarantine with them 14 days before returning to the centre. We will be covering your childcare fee at 100% during this period up to 2 weeks.

 

Report any overseas visit

Parents will need to be reporting to us if they have any recent overseas visit.

Offering parking to parents that are taking public transport

We are now offering parking to our families that are normally taking public transport to work and drop off children, So you can avoid the contact of peak hour train/buses traffic. Parking is offered from 7:30am - 6pm so you can drive to the centre and park your car until the pickup time.

Please contact us ASAP if you need, the parking as spots are limited, so we might not be able to accommodate all families.

Staff policy:

  • All staff are required to drive to work if possible, parking and travel allowance are given if needed. Staff that are not be able to drive to work is provided with protection masks to be wear in public transport.
     

  • All staff are instructed not to have exposure to busy public area, Masks need to be wear if they need to attend to shops etc.
     

  • All staff will need to be send home or get tested if there is any flu symptom is shown.
     

  • Top hygiene practice is applied to all staff to ensure they acting as the best role model for our children.

Please find the following timelines about how we design and practice our Covid-19 Protection protocol along the way to ensure the best safety of our families and children.

6th March - First Action Plan

1. Prevention at the door – temperature check and hand sanitise

All families and visitors are required to have their temperature tested at the entrance and also sanitise their hand before entry.

Body temperature above 37.8 degrees will be asked to see a doctor and present a medical clearance before return to the centre.

 

2. Symptoms occurs in the centre

Any child or staff with symptoms of fever, cough or shortness of breath will be send home and required a doctor clearance before return to the centre. We aim to minimise any inconvenience this could cause and would like to urge all families to take extra caution on any early symptoms of cold and flu, stay warm and wash hands regularly.

 

3. Self Quarantine

We would recommend all families to postpone their international travel plans and avoid crowded areas.  If any person living with your family who has recently return from China/Korea/Japan/Italia/Iran, we ask your cooperation to inform the centre management and stay home for self-quarantine with them 14 days before returning to the centre. We will be covering your childcare fee at 100% during this period up to 2 weeks.

 

4. Report any overseas visit

Parents will need to be reporting to us if they have any recent overseas visit.

 

5. Sanitation in the centre 

All rooms will be sanitised every day to ensure the highest standard of hygiene.

 

16th March 

Swimming School

The Department of education has adviced that all schools shouldn't be doing any excursions at this stage. So we have been in contact with the swimming school and we are putting a pause on the swimming classes until further notice.

The swimming school will be refunding the reminding classes from next week onwards.

 

Offering parking to parents that are taking public transport

We are now offering parking to our families that are normally taking public transport to work and drop off children, So you can avoid the contact of peak hour train/buses trafffic. Parking is offered from 7:30am - 6pm so you can drive to the centre and park your car until the pick up time.

Please contact us ASAP if you need, the parking as spots are limited, so we might not be able to accomendate all families.

 

Overseas visit

All families please make sure you report to us if you have anyone coming from overseas that you have been in close contact with. A 14 days self isolation is required.

 

Stocks of item that are limited in Supermarket

As the recent situation it has been hard to obtain some items from the supermarket, we will be able to help all families with the following items from our supplier:

Toliet paper rolls, Tissue boxes, Hand sanatiser.

Please contact Alex Guan in the centre if you need help with them.

 

We are actally on the news of the THE AUSTRALIAN for so much caution that we have put in place.

 
 

23 March​

How can I protect our families and child during this special period?

Top hygiene practice is the backbone of the protection, make sure you always wash and sanatize your hand, this could be a trouble to get use to but you are doing your best to protect your loved ones.

Avoid exposure to busy public area, this can lower your risk of getting the sickness from other people and also make sure you clean and sanatise yourself when you back home.

Wear protection masks, this is very important when you are out. You might look silly and it's a bit unconfortable, but this is the best way to protect yourself at public area when situation gets worse.

 

 

There are some concerns are risen from our families about our staff lately so we are giving everyone an update about our staff policy:
 

1. All staff are required to drive to work if possible, parking and travel allowence are given if needed. Staff that are not be able to drive to work is provided with protection masks to be wear in public transport.

 

2. All staff are instructed not to have exposure to busy public area, Masks need to be wear if they need to attend to shops etc.

 

3. All staff will need to be send home or get tested if there's any flu sympton is shown.

 

4. Top hygiene practice is applied to all staff to ensure they acting as the best role model for our children.

 

 

KPA is working our very best to ensure all the families, children and staff are safe.

All the owner's children, Centre manager's child and staff's child are still attending to the centre everyday. 

 

I hope all the families are working with us together to achive the best and the safest centre in this special period of time.

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