To ensure that children, families and staff are safe we are following guidance from the Department for Education and Public Health England. We have put robust measures in place and are constantly reviewing our procedures as the situation progresses.
As a nursery, we have over 30 years of experience in handling infectious illnesses, which are common among young children. Our new measures and procedures mean that the risk in your child attending nursery is minimal but things might look a little different than you are used to.
We are always happy to talk to parents about any concerns
they might have and we continue to provide updates on the Famly app with the
Please telephone the nursery to let us know – the management team will be happy to answer any questions you might have and we can provide advice on receiving a test.
The Government's Chief Medical Officer advises that children who have caught Covid-19 experience a significantly milder form of the infection and typically do not experience the illness as severely as adults.
Many of the measures that the Government have put in place for early years settings are designed to help stop the wider transmission of the virus in the community.
As a nursery, we are more prepared and experienced than most businesses in handling infectious illnesses.
We regularly deal with a range of conditions which are common among young children (such as chicken pox) and therefore we have robust policies in place which are successful in containing illness.