Code for Design of Nurseries and Kindergartens JGJ39-2016 Revised provisions (2019 edition) Description: Underline marked text is new content, box marked text is deleted original content, unmarked text is original content. 1 General provisions 1.0.1 In order to ensure the design quality of nurseries and kindergartens and meet the basic requirements of applicability, safety, hygiene, economy and beauty, this code is formulated. 1.0.2 This code is applicable to the architectural design of newly built, expanded and rebuilt nurseries and kindergartens. 1.0.3 NurseriesThe size of kindergartens should conform to Table 1.0.3-1, and the number of classes in nurseries and kindergartens should conform to Table 1.0.3-2. Table 1.0.3-1NurseriesThe size of kindergartens Scale Nurseries (classes) Kindergarten (class) small-scale 1~3 1~4 Medium-sized 4~7 5~9 8 large 8~10 109~12 Table 1.0.3-2Number of classes in nurseries and kindergartens Name Nursery Kindergarten Class ban Number (person) Infant class(June-December) 10Below human ~15 Nursery class Tuo (12-24 months)Small, middle class 15Below human ~20 Tuo (24-36 months)Large class 21~25 Below 20 people A reception class(3~4 years old) 20~25 Middle shift(4~5 years old) 26~30 Large class(5~6 years old) 31~35 1.0.4 The architectural design of nurseries and kindergartens should follow the following principles: 1. To meet the requirements of using function is beneficial to the healthy growth of children. 2. Ensure the environmental safety of children, teachers and staff, and have the ability of disaster prevention; 3. It conforms to the basic principles of saving land, energy and environmental protection. 1.0.5 The design of nurseries and kindergartens should not only conform to this code, but also conform to the relevant national standards. 2 Terminology 2.0.5 Children's living room Space for class activities, public activities and multi-functional activities of infants and young children. 2.0.6 Children's living unit of living room Space for the independent life of infant classes. 2.0.9 Multi-functional room For the whole kindergarten infants and young children to jointly carry out arts, sports, parents gathering and other multifunctional activities space. 2.0.10 Dairy room suckling room (deleted) Space for daily life such as playing and sleeping for infants in nursing classes. 2.0.11 Nursing room Space for breast-feeding mothers. 2.0.12 Mix-the-milk room (deleted) Space for the preparation of milk for infants. 2.0.13 Morning inspection room Space for health examination of infants and young children when they enter the kindergarten. 3 Base and General Plane 3.1 Base 3.1.1 The selection of nursery and kindergarten construction bases should meet the requirements of the local master plan and relevant national standards. 3.1.2 The bases of nurseries and kindergartens shall comply with the following provisions: 1. It should be built in areas with abundant sunshine, convenient transportation, smooth site, dry, smooth drainage, beautiful environment and perfect infrastructure. 2. They should not be placed in areas prone to natural geological hazards. 3. Distance from dangerous buildings, warehouses, storage tanks, combustible goods and material yards should conform to the relevant national standards. 4. It should not be adjacent to large public entertainment places, shopping malls, wholesale markets and other places with dense crowds. 5. It should keep away from all kinds of pollution sources and meet the requirements of the current national health and protection standards. 6. There should be no high-voltage transmission lines, gas, oil pipelines and other trunk roads passing through the park. 3.1.3 The service radius of nurseries and kindergartens should be 300 m to 500 m. 3.2 Total Plane 3.2.1 The general layout design of nursery and kindergarten should include general layout, vertical design and pipe network synthesis design.The general layout should include buildings, outdoor activities, greening, road layout, etc. The design should have reasonable functional zoning, convenient management, appropriate orientation and adequate sunshine, so as to create an environment suitable for children's physiological and psychological characteristics. 3.2.2 Nurseries and kindergartens with three classes or more should be built independently.When two classes are below, they can be built in conjunction with residential, pension, education and o

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