St Mary’s Nursery

Newsletter

Term 4 2021

Dear Parent’s and Carers

These have been very strange times for everyone, please can I ask, so that everyone keeps safe and we are able to continue to keep the nursery open, if anyone in your house hold feels unwell please do not bring your child into nursery until you know that the person who is unwell doesn’t have Coronavirus. I know sometimes this is not always easy but this would help to keep the nursery open as we are expected to do so by the government. If your child requires Calpol for a temperature or feeling unwell please do not bring them into nursery.

On a positive side we are now receiving our Fare Share donations, this helps with our snacks and it also enables us to give you the parents the opportunity to have some food as well, so if you see a table laid out in the playground please help yourself to the food.

I would like to thank all the parents that provided our snack over the past few weeks, this has been a great help to us.

For the parent’s who have not been bringing their child into nursery, please can you let me know the week before you intend to bring them back to nursery so I can purchase the correct amount of provisions and to make sure that I have the correct ratio of staff. You can let me know by either emailing myself @ margaret@stmarysnursery.co.uk or by telephoning the nursery.

You are now able to pay your nursery fees online by putting your child’s name as reference

NatWest Bank A/C St Mary’s Nursery School A/C Number 80334482 Sort Code 60-01-21

Term Dates

Last day of term Monday 29th March 2021

First Day of term Monday 19th April 2021

Bank Holiday Monday 3rd May

Half Term Monday 31st May to Friday 4th June

Last day of term Thursday 22nd July

Yours Sincerely

Margaret

Dear Parents/Carers

As you are aware nursery has been open all the time, just a few things on your return on the 8th March.

Please make sure only one parent brings in your child,
Masks must be worn on the nursery premises,
Please follow the one way system in and out of the nursery,
There will be someone on the gate to ensure these rules are being followed,
Due to the higher level of children attending temperature tests will be taken at least 3 times a day,
Just like before you will not be able to enter the nursery building
If you require to speak to a member of staff/key person please talk to the person on the gate and someone will come out to you.

Please if anyone in your household feels unwell please do not bring your child into Nursery until it has been confirmed that they do not have the corona virus, also if you have to give your child Calpol/Nurofen (Paracetamol/Ibuprofen) before coming to nursery they should also be kept off from nursery until they are well.

As from the 8th March children will be able to have hot food again.

By following all of the above we will keep everyone safe and also keep the nursery open.

Yours Sincerely

Margaret

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