It has been an extremely challenging year in so many respects with Covid 19 certainly affecting nursery life in many ways.
The safety of children, our families and staff members will always be our main priority and we are following all government guidance to ensure that appropriate safety measures continue to be implemented.
We made the decision to remain open during the lockdown in March at our nurseries in Bromley and New Cross so that we could provide support to our families and the local communities. It was great to be able to provide some form of normality for the children who were running in to see their friends and the team! The children’s emotional well-being alongside the importance of continuing to support parents with learning and development was a huge factor to us in remaining open.
Safety and hygiene practices have been reviewed within the implementation of our Coronavirus Policy.
- Enhanced cleaning schedules
- More regular hand washing
- Close monitoring of symptoms
- Children/staff will be asked to stay safe by taking a Covid test if necessary
- Isolation periods in line with Government guidance
Well-being and Education
Our children and team’s well-being has been even more important to us during this year. Additional support is continually available with our Mental Health First Aiders providing time to talk with the team and supporting them with helpful strategies.
Children’s attachments and emotional support is key to us with a smooth settling in process and a focus on getting to know our children and families so that we can truly meet all your individual needs.