Introduction:

We understand that this has been a long, challenging year for everyone. So we endeavor to do everything to make your stay with us a positive one!

Our priority is getting children to return to nursery in a safe way for yourselves and their own well-being. Once they are settled and back into nursery routine, we will focus on catching them up on everything they have missed.

Our setting has returned to near full capacity with all children returning from break. New enrollments continue as normal though some changes to routines have been made for the safety of everyone.

If you are looking for your child to start at our nursery, click the link: Click me!

I’m looking for information on the Corona-virus. Where can I go?

With so much news regarding the corona-virus being out there, we want to ensure that all families can access factual sources easily without fear of further confusion.

As a result, we have compiled a list of credited sources with information regarding the corona-virus for you.

If you have any health questions concerning Corona-virus (COVID-19), please click on the links below:

Advice for Parents – Traffic Lights

GOV.UK – Getting tested for Corona-virus

NHS – Common Questions about the Corona-virus

WHO (World Health Organization) – Corona-virus Disease

Unfortunately during this pandemic, misinformation has been spread online via frequently used social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp.

We strongly advise parents and carers to fact check any information or news they hear by referring to credible sources such as the NHS website, WHO or GOV.UK website.

I want to talk to my child about the corona-virus. What can I do?

With the impact of corona-virus on all of us we realise it can be difficult trying to talk to children and young people about the global crisis. Below are some sources for your reference.

Talking to children about Covid-19

Corona-virus: Cartoon explanation

Nosy Crow – A free book about the Corona-virus

Trauma-Informed Schools: Importance of Play