We are open and operating as per government guidelines

Changes to our practice

Our priority is keeping our children and staff safe while operating a service as close to normal as possible.  We appreciate that this will mean the setting is not as colourful and interesting as normal, however this is a short term change for the long term benefit of all.  

Below are a list of changes we have made to ensure our setting is as safe as possible from the risk of Covid-19

  • Increase in hygiene procedures such as handwashing and cleaning of environment
  • Resources allocated to rooms and not shared across bubbles
  • Removal of potential high contamination activities such as sand and water play
  • Removal of soft furnishings that could retain the virus
  • Our rooms are well ventilated
  • Our staff complete Covid 19 health declarations

Expectations from Parents/Carers

To understand the importance of vigilance regarding Coronavirus symptoms as a keystone of preventing the transmission of the virus to other children, staff and parents. Accordingly, parents must ensure that their child has/is NOT:

  • experiencing any Coronavirus symptoms such as cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell
  • tested positive for Coronavirus or been advised by NHS Test & Trace to self-isolate
  • been in contact with anyone in your household who has Coronavirus symptoms, or who has been advised by NHS Test & Trace to self-isolate
  • travelled abroad to any country other than those identified as ‘safe’ by the government within the last 14 days

We also request that all our parents/carers follow any guidance provided by the setting on any updates in relation to Coronavirus procedures