A nursery in Kent has been shut down over “severe safeguarding considerations” following a baby’s demise.
The toddler suffered a medical emergency on 23 September at Jelly Beans Day Nursery in Ashford and later died.
Additional particulars haven’t but been disclosed.
Faculties watchdog Ofsted mentioned it has suspended the daycare centre’s registration “as a result of severe safeguarding considerations” for six weeks whereas an investigation takes place.
The nursery will stay closed throughout that point.
In a press release, Jelly Beans Day Nursery mentioned: “Now we have as we speak been notified that the kid who was topic to this medical incident has tragically died.
“We prolong our deepest sympathies to the household who’re in everybody’s ideas.”
It added: “Now we have been cooperating absolutely with all related authorities and can proceed to take action.”
This isn’t the primary medical incident at Jelly Beans Day Nursery.
5 years in the past a toddler there was given an overdose of prescription treatment, main Ofsted to downgrade the childcare supplier from “good” to “insufficient”.
An extra inspection in 2018 restored its “good” ranking.