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1. Any change to the address of the premises on which childcare is provided.
2. Particulars of any change to the premises on which childcare is provided that may affect the space available to children and the quality of childcare available to them.
3. Particulars of any proposal to change the hours during which childcare is to be provided which will entail the provision of overnight childcare.
4. Particulars of any allegation of serious harm to or abuse of a child committed by any person living, working or caring for children at the premises on which childcare is provided (whether that allegation relates to harm or abuse committed on those premises or elsewhere), and any other abuse which is alleged to have taken place on those premises, and of the action taken in respect of the allegation.
5. Particulars of any serious accident, serious illness, serious injury to, or death of, any child whilst in the care of the early years provider, and of the action taken in respect of the serious accident, serious illness, serious injury, or death.
6. Particulars of any incident of food poisoning affecting two or more children cared for on the premises on which childcare is provided.
7. Particulars of any other significant event which is likely to affect the suitability of the early years provider or any person who cares for, or is in regular contact with, children on the premises on which childcare is provided to look after children.
8. Where childcare is provided by a body corporate, any change in the name or registered number of the company.
9. Where childcare is provided by a registered charity, any change in the name or registration number of the charity.
10. In the case of an early years provider who is not an early years childminder—
(a)any change in the name or address of the provider;
(b)any change of the person who is managing the early years provision.
11. In the case of an early years childminder—
(a)any change of the persons of 16 years or older living or working on the premises on which childcare is provided (providing that persons are not to be treated as working on the premises for the purpose of this paragraph if none of their work is done in the part of the premises in which children are cared for or if they do not work on the premises at times when children are there);
(b)any change in the name or address of the childminder.
12.—(1) In the case of an early years provider (other than an early years childminder) which is a partnership, body corporate or unincorporated association—
(a)any change of the person who is the nominated individual, and
(b)where the early years provider’s sole or main purpose is the provision of childcare, any change of a person who is a partner in, or a director, secretary or other officer or member of the governing body of, the early years provider.
(2) For the purposes of sub-paragraph (1)(a), “the nominated individual” has the meaning given in paragraph 9 of Schedule 2 to the Childcare (Early Years Register) Regulations 2008(1).
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