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Covid-19 Safety Plan

Risk Assessment Plan February 2023

Our aim is to reduce the transmission of Covid-19 as much as possible within the nursery.  

Arrangements for Dropping/Collecting

  1.   We will be doing daily diaries  on Seesaw for preschool to make handover time shorter. 

  2. Most parents stay outside  of the building only in porch.  Most of the babies are collected by baby room staff from the garden. Toddlers can go straight into their rooms from garden .Pre school  staff will come out to collect children- some parents are going to want to bring children in so we will need to accommodate this 

  3. All toys, dressing up, books , dolls,rugs,garden toys,will be split into 4 separate sets,  this will be used then left for  at least 72hrs , out of the room before using again. This ensures toys will always be available and this reduces the amount of additional cleaning staff will need to do and enables them to spend more time with the children. It means the rooms will be empty at the end of the day which makes it easier to clean all surfaces

  4. Cushions covers removed and washed  50 degrees

  5. If your child uses a dummy/comforter where possible would like parents to leave 1 dummy/ blanket at nursery not bring one in each day.

  6.  No toys/soft toys to be bought in from home.

  7. Show arounds/visitors  will be  by appointment only they will look into rooms  but will not enter room.  We will limit visitor to two adults  and child   The child will be allowed in to settle in once space has been taken

1)   It is not necessary to close the business or workplace or send any staff home, unless government policy changes.

  1. If anyone, needs clinical advice, they should go to NHS 111 online, or call 111 if they don’t have internet access. In an emergency, call 999 if they are seriously ill or injured or their life is at risk. Do not visit the GP, pharmacy, urgent care centre or a hospital.

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