About Our Nursery
9:10 – 12:00am
12:00 - 15:00pm
If you require any further information or would like to come and visit us please feel free to contact Miss Hurst or Miss Cunliffe on 07956 242409. Alternatively you can email us on email@example.com
Information for parents:
Children who are attending the Nursery have the option of bringing a packed lunch or having a hot school dinner. If you want your child to have a dinner please inform a member of staff at the beginning of the day.(Costs of £1.70)
Children are encouraged to bring a healthy snack to nursery to enjoy with their friends
*Please note that there may be children within the setting that have allergies, therefore please do not bring any items in your child's snack or packed lunch that may contain or have traces of nuts. Thank you for your co-operation.
Items From Home
During this time we are asking that children do not bring toys or items from home, this is in order to minimise any risks during the Covid-19 pandemic
If your child is exhibiting any symptoms of Covid-19 please do not bring them to nursery.
If your child develops symptoms during the nursery day, you will be contacted for immediate collection
For further information regarding our procedures involving Covid-19 please see the 'Safe Operating Procedure' document on this website or enquire with a member of staff.
Important Information for Parents:
We feel it is very important that all parent are aware of the signs and symptoms of meningitis, especially as infants are in one of the highest risk groups for suffering with the disease. Here is a link to the official meningitis website, where you can find all the information you need to know about Meningitis: http://www.meningitis.org/
Here is the link for the St Johns advert which teaches you what to do if your child begins to choke: https://www.sja.org.uk/sja/support-us/our-campaigns/baby-choking-the-chokeables.aspx
We also think that parents should be aware of the signs and symptoms that will show if their child is suffering with a serious head injury.
Concussion: This occurs when there has been trauma to the brain, such as if the brain has been shook rapidly.
Sign and Symptoms: unconscious for a short period, short term memory loss, confusion, irritability, mild headache, shallow/normal breathing, rapid/weak pulse, normal pupils which continue to react to light and possible nausea or vomiting.
Compression: This is swelling of the brain.
Signs and Symptoms: if a person recovers well from a head injury but then begins to deteriorate they could be suffering compression, level of response get worse as their condition develops, intense headache, flushed/dry skin, deep noisy and slow breathing, slow/strong pulse, one or both pupils dilate as the pressure on the brain increases and as the condition worsens the person may fit.