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Not all settings allow parents to edit these details- if you're in doubt, please check with your child's setting.
The About tab
The About tab on your child's profile is where all their personal information is stored. It's very important that this is correct and regularly updated, to ensure your child's setting has the right information.
Keep your child's information up-to-date
To add, change, or update your child's information:
Log in to Famly
Go to your child's profile
Click on the 'About' tab
Click 'Edit' in the top right-hand corner of the 'Basic Info', 'Health', or 'Sensitive Information' section.
Click 'Save' when you've finished
Once these boxes are populated, staff with the correct permissions will be able to access this information.
This is the first section on the 'About' tab. Here is where you enter the most basic information about your child- name, age, date of birth, for example. It is unlikely that this basic information will change, but you have the option to edit it anyway, just in case.
This is the second section of the 'About' tab. Here is where you can enter information about allergies or dietary considerations for your child, their doctor's information, and details of any vaccinations.
You can edit this section at any time and your child's setting will be notified of any changes.
This is the third section in the 'About' tab. Here you can add or edit information about your child's religion and ethnicity, if you wish to.
Registration & Room Moves
This is the fourth section in the 'About' tab and is more for your information, as you cannot edit this. This section will show when your child is due to progress to the next room of their setting (if applicable). This will also show the date they're due to leave the setting.
This is the last section in the 'About' tab Here is where your child's setting can request your permission for things that may take place in the setting. This can be things like your child having suncream applied, being allowed to have their photo taken for the setting's website, or have their face painted. You will need to select 'Yes' or 'No' to each permission your child's setting has requested. A record of who answered the permission, along with the date will be made, but you can edit or change these at any time.
This is another essential section to be kept up-to-date, so your child's setting knows exactly what they're allowed to do. Your child's setting will be notified when you make a change.