Our last of day of term is still Friday 17th July. There are no plans for the nursery to be open over the summer holiday period.
The following video explains the virus to children in quite a simple and appealing way, using play mobile characters
We have made some changes to the way that nursery runs to keep children, staff and families as safe as possible. Please click on the link below to find out about them.
Some useful guidance can be find around supporting learning at home through the following link
Thank you for your patience and understanding if you have not yet received an email or letter giving a date for the return of your child to nursery. We are doing this cautiously and carefully in order to do all that we can to protect the health of our children, our staff and the wider community.
We have contacted or will be contacting families of current nursery children in regard to government plans for the opening of nurseries to more pupils. Unless a place has been allotted at nursery you should continue to keep them at home for now.
The government has told nurseries to begin to plan for how nursery children may be able to safely return, from June 1st at the earliest. This will only happen, as he states, if 5 conditions are met. We are beginning to plan for N2 children to return first (those children who will start school in September). We are still at the stage of planning how this can be done as safely as possible for children, staff and parents. We will inform N2 parents via email/phone call if and when we can accommodate this. We will respect the wishes of any parent who chooses to keep their child at home.
New ideas can be found through the website booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading
You can search there by age and genre
We would love some paintings or drawings of rainbows or butterflies to display in nursery. You could pop them in our letter box, or even post them! We promise to keep them up until it is safe for all the children to return.