Another accident in the unstaffed "safe play"

posted 15 Aug 2012, 02:14 by Xxx Xxl Sexy Xnxx Xvideos HD   [ updated 26 Jan 2013, 13:27 ]
I am a childminder. On Wednesday I was with my minded children in the "safe play" area for small children at Battersea Park when I noticed a small child who seemed to have fallen from one of the structures and cut his head quite badly. He was with his grandmother who, in her panic, had problems communicating.

Fortunately, the play leaders from the Adventure Playground came out to help and provide first aid treatment. The staff were very quick to come and help, even though they were short staffed. It was also lucky they were there because when an ambulance was called it needed a play leader to direct them to the right place and get them through the gates. Being a childminder, I know parents send their children to the play area on their own. If this was the case what would the child have done - on their own or with friends. I also had to get back to minding the children I had taken to the play area and wasn't able to stay with the child and very upset grandmother.

I don't know what will happen if there aren't any staff around. Who will step in to help then?