It has been a very traumatic time for everyone across the country over the past few weeks, dealing with not just a deadly virus sweeping through the world, but how to cope practically with the ongoing lock down.
With job uncertainty, health worries, home schooling difficulties, and social distancing to get our heads around, throughout this ongoing outbreak we are still here to support all of your families in whatever way we can.
We have made sure to contact all families before and during the current crisis, and we thank you all for the positive feedback you have provided to us about the decisions we have made and the steps we have put in place to support you and our nurseries.
We are continuing to monitor the ongoing guidance from government about the COVID-19 outbreak, and how best to continue to support the children, parents and staff at Good Manors. As and when this guidance is updated, we will keep you informed of our plans.
Although there has been the announcement that children in Years Reception, 1 and 6 may return to school in June, details are currently not forthcoming about this, nor if nurseries will be included and able to fully reopen. If there are any further changes we will ensure to let all parents know.
We are looking forward to things returning to some kind of normality in the future: our outdoor spaces are ready to take more children as you can see – until then we will continue to work with those children and families who can still access us in the usual manner, and continue to provide support, advice and guidance to those who cannot.
Take care of yourselves and stay safe, from our family, to yours.
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