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Hi all,

It has been a long time since i used this forum forgot how good it is.

 

I am currently trying to update report forms i.e. accident, incident. I was wondering does anyone have a template for changing clothes form due to spillage, toileting etc.. as until the old manager had staff using accident form and i think it would be better to have a different one as this is not what i deem to be a accident.

Please help

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Being bit devils advocate here, but why do you need a form to record a change of clothes.. what purpose does it serve? Why is it needed? Cannot say I have ever used one.. except perhaps if we had a home book, we gave a verbal explanation on collection.

 

If you really feel it important maybe a sheet of paper with a list of what details you really feel the need to record time, date, persons involved, etc as headings and keep it simple.

 

I am all for reducing paperwork and I really would question the need ,(or is it a new requirement I have missed?)

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We don't record a change of clothes, we just explain to parents why it was necessary - e.g. toilet accident, water play, messy play, spilt drink etc.

 

We follow our policies when changing children's clothes in the same way as nappy changing and toileting, so leaving doors open etc to comply with our safeguarding policy for example. I feel this is enough to keep ourselves and the children safe.

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I used to record change of clothes when they borrowed our spares. This was mainly for parents signature that they were aware they'd borrowed and it was ticked off when they were returned.

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