Young children like to take off their shoes. That`s why we prefer that children in shoes come to daycare, who lace up and/or stay upright. If your child has this type of shoes, we can control when and where he enters and exits. We can therefore assure them that his shoes are available to them during the pickup. However, if your child arrives at the daycare in flip-flops, crocks or other shoes that fall or are removed, we cannot guarantee their availability when picking up, as he is most likely dropped or removed and has been hidden in a toy or bush during the day. At a time when this type of shoe is worn because of things outside our control, the parents [INSERT YOUR BUSINESS NAME HERE] decide on the responsibility of the safe return of shoes and/or the ensuing treasure hunt. (a) Please do not bring your child`s toy to daycare, except on some days of sharing/show. As much as we try to encourage sharing, it rarely works when it is the child`s personal toy. It only causes problems between them and the other children.
(b) Don`t ask if your child can bring toys home. The toys in the daycare stay in the daycare. (c) We advise you to bring a personal item from the home with which your child can sleep if you think it helps him sleep or feel good. However, we advise you not to get used to bringing your child`s most precious possessions (their “rabbit” or “Blanky”) to daycare, as there is a strong possibility that there will be no space at any given time. If it is only used for naps, it is quite controlled and generally fine. However, if your child wears this item all day, it`s only a matter of time before it`s lost. We do our best to keep an overview of all children`s items and ensure their availability when picking up, but tracking children and ensuring their availability when picking up is our top priority with a very great distance. Therefore, as with shoes, when a personal object is placed, the parents [INSERT YOUR BUSINESS NAME HERE] decide on the responsibility of the safe return of the objects and/or the ensuing treasure hunt. The first 30 days after your child`s registration are considered a trial period, in which case any party can terminate the contract without notice. Each child reacts differently to a new environment, to new children/providers and to the absence of mothers/fathers. We are patient and good at what we do, so most of the time it is a subject that is not a problem. However, there are rare times when we have to take into account the well-being of the group (the other children in our care).
If, for whatever reason, one of the parties feels that our environment may not be best suited to child custody, each party reserves the right to use that time as a judicial procedure and to terminate the contract without grudges, judgment or dissatisfaction.