Paediatric case studies demonstrate excellent first aid 

NDNA has been working with the Department for Education to put together examples of excellent first aid practice in nurseries as part of its process in forming proposals to step up numbers of practitioners trained in first aid. These case studies are designed to help and inspire any UK nursery or childcare setting in benchmarking or reviewing their own policies and procedures.

We also have a comprehensive Manager's Guide to Paediatric First Aid Training, which is full of tips and best practice.

 

Here are the twelve case studies for you to download and two videos to watch:

Bright Beginnings Childcare Centre, Leeds

Case study: Exceeding requirements for Paediatric First Aid by having all core staff qualified and demonstrating good practice in checking confidence
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Advantage Day Nursery, Kingston-Upon-Thames

Case study: Annual training plans and training budgets to ensure staff are up to date with training
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Hollies Road Play Group

Case study: Making first aid a priority in a voluntary based provision
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Little Stepping Stones Day Nursery, Wandsworth

Case study: All staff qualified in Paediatric First Aid
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Little Green Rascals Organic Day Nursery, York

Case study: Keeping all staff up to date via in house training
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Nature Trails Day Nursery, Rugby

Case study: Managing risk in a high risk environment
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Co-operative Childcare, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Case study: Specialist training to specifically meet the needs of children
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Greengables Nursery, Sandhurst

Case study: Exceeding requirements for Paediatric First Aid qualified staff and good practice in checking confidence
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Hey Days Nursery, Holmfirth

Case study: Keeping up to date on changes to guidance and good practice for first aid
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Polly Anna's Nursery, York

Case study: Keeping all staff up to date via cascading most recent training to all staff
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The Old School House Day Nursery, Newmarket

Case study: Exceeding requirements for Paediatric First Aid qualified staff and demonstrate good practice in checking the confidence of staff and building up their knowledge
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Thorney Close Childcare Centre, Sunderland

Case study: Observing performance in ‘real life’ situations to assess confidence and competency
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