A nursery has been closed temporarily after a seven-month-old baby was rushed to hospital in a critical condition.
The little girl remains in hospital in what police have described as a "serious but stable condition" following an incident at Kids Around The Clock Nursery, in Chadderton, Greater Manchester, on 21 September.
The nursery has now been temporarily suspended by Ofsted while investigations are carried out, with a notice on its doorway saying it could stay closed until 7 November.
Police were called to the nursery by paramedics following the incident.
A woman in her 30s arrested on suspicion of section 18 assault and child cruelty has since been bailed with strict conditions.
A notice of suspension letter sent to the nursery reads: "The purpose of suspension is to allow time to investigate our belief that a child may be exposed to a risk of harm and for any necessary steps to be taken to eliminate or reduce the risk of harm.
"We will regularly review the situation and will stop the suspension within this period if we believe children are no longer at risk."
It said the suspension runs from 27 September until 7 November but will be 'regularly reviewed' and can be stopped if it is thought children are 'no longer at risk'.
It adds: "The suspension does not automatically mean that a provider is unsuitable to provide care in the future or that we will cancel registration. We only take steps to cancel registration if we consider that the provider is no longer suitable to provide childcare."
An Ofsted spokesperson said in a statement to the Manchester Evening News: "We have suspended the nursery while other agencies conduct their enquiries. We are unable to comment further at this time."
Police said the child’s parents are being kept updated and are being supported by the investigation team.