I'm a dad, I've been using mumnset for pretty much everything from buggies to moving house so far, but I've been unable to find any guidance on this topic, so it's about time I posted :)
Our 22 month old Son has just moved rooms in his nursery and is now in a room with 3 ground floor windows that are at adult waist height. The nursery recently expanded to take this room that was previously being used by a different company, so this is the first summer they've had the room.
It gets very hot in the building so they have been opening all the windows. There are no opening restrictors and they open straight out on to the car park which in about 10 meters from a very busy high street.
Our son is a climber so I'm concerned he could escape, but also that anyone from the street could climb in.
Can anyone tell me if there are regulations or recomendations regarding this sort of thing?
It just seems to me that a lapse of concentration from the staff and anything could happen and we already aren't completely confident in the new room/staff for a few minor reasons.
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Nursey ground floor window worries
Beanmachinescene · 16/07/2015 10:14
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