A York creche has been found to be breaching the requirements of the Childcare Register.
Ofsted early years inspectors visited the Welly Boots Creche at Energise Leisure Centre on Cornlands Road on 10 March.
It published its response this month, which said the creche was non-compliant with the register.
According to the report, this was due to there being no one caring for children with an ‘appropriate paediatric first aid qualification’.
The inspector said the creche had to address this omission by 25 March.
Energise is run by GLL. A spokesperson for the organisation told YorkMix: “There has always been more than one qualified paediatric first aider on duty at all times at Energise Leisure Centre.
“During Covid closure, some Welly Boots Creche staff’s paediatric first aid qualifications lapsed and we anticipated these would need to be revalidated when we reopened.
“As discussed with the Ofsted Inspectors at their March visit, required creche staff were due to be enrolled on the next available refresher training course. This took place in April.
“The required creche staff are 100% fully trained and hold valid current paediatric first aid qualifications.”