Coronavirus

Update (September 1st):

Entry & Exit Policy: COVID-19 Terms & Conditions

Dear parent,

Due to the current restrictions around COVID-19 and the very strict procedures that nursery must adhere to keep you, your child and everyone on site as safe as possible, we ask that you read the below document so that you can understand the following temporary procedures.

IMPORTANT: Click here to read our COVID-19 Terms & Conditions

COVID-19 Guidelines

Hi everyone,

From 7th September 2020 our entry and exit systems will change, please follow the following guidelines to ensure safe practice during this time:

Doors and gates will be open from 7:30am-9am for entry to the setting. Entries after this time will be required to call ahead and be greeted in the black box outside of the main doors for their child to be collected by a member of staff.

Please inform a member of staff on drop off of an estimated time for collection, this will help reduce waiting times. If your child has a funded session, please wait in your child�s rooms allocated area for your child to be brought out to you.

Please can we ask that only one parent/carer drops off or collects their children. If you are waiting indoors could we ask if you would kindly wear a mask. If you are waiting out doors, please be mindful of the weather as you may be required to wait.

To reduce large queues in our reception area please do not enter the nursery building unless you are dropping off your baby or child to the daffodil room. If you require any assistance from michelle (manger) or sarah (reception) please call or email the nursery directly.

Thank you all for your cooperation, we look forward to seeing you all return.


As a provider of high quality childcare we take health and safety very seriously. With this in mind we have put together information based on Public Health England advice regarding coronavirus (COVID-19).

The UK Chief Medical Officer has set the risk to the public as moderate. The risk of contracting the virus is very low with very few cases in the UK compared to the number of those tested.

We are working closely with our nursery managers, local authority and taking advice from Public Health England to introduce internal procedures to best manage the current risk and ensure we are prepared in the event of spread in the UK or a link to one of our nurseries.

We asking all staff, parents and visitors to be aware of the symptoms of Covid-19 (Coronavirus), a high temperature (fever), a cough and shortness of breath however, these are common symptoms of other illnesses such as cold and flu. Having these symptoms does not necessarily mean you have Covid-19.

How to reduce the risk?

  • Parents, staff and visitors can minimise the risk of catching Covid-19 (Coronavirus), by practicing good hygiene by washing hands frequently with soap, especially before eating or handling food, after toilet visits, or when hands are contaminated by respiratory secretions after coughing or sneezing.

  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when sneezing or coughing, and to discard the tissue immediately into a bin.

  • We ensure our environments are cleaned and disinfected on a regular basis

  • Limit the sharing of food/ drinks/ utensils, toothbrushes or towels with others

  • We ensure supplies of hand soap, tissues, and paper towels are available

  • Use antiviral wipes or gel when handwashing is unavailable

  • Use hand sanitiser upon entry to nursery

What action to take if symptoms develop?

  • Contact NHS 111 online at 111.nhs.uk

  • If you have travelled to an area affected by Coronavirus and have the above symptoms, call NHS 111 and follow their advice

  • If you are seriously ill, call 999

  • Do not attend your GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital, stay indoors and avoid close contact with other people

The World Health Organisation have said ‘While we are still learning about how COVID-2019 affects people, older persons and persons with pre-existing medical conditions (such as high blood pressure, heart disease, or diabetes) appear to develop serious illness more often than others.'

If older children are curious or worried you may find the link below useful

Just for kids: A comic exploring the new coronavirus

Other Useful Links

Government advice on Coronavirus

Government advice detailing affected areas

DfE and Public Health guidance for Educational Settings on Coronavirus