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📌We would like to reassure you all, that following the latest announcements from Boris Johnson, our Nurseries are not affected by the latest Lockdown Restrictions. Our Senior Managers have been working tirelessly holding regular meetings throughout our Christmas Closure, and have just finished an emergency meeting to ensure we continue with our heightened COVID 19 measures in ensuring we can continue to provide you all with the safest environments, to allow you to continue to go to work, whether that be from home or other. At Blackberries we have heightened our PPE, we believe it is crucial to protect not only the children but also our staff. Our Nursery teams are working tirelessly to ensure SAFE stimulating environments providing inspiring childcare and education, nurturing each child’s qualities and potential.
😃This is positive news for your child’s care, routine and most importantly, their learning and development. We emphasise the importance of maintaining children’s education during these Early Years, with ensuring that these ever-changing restrictions during this pandemic, do not have a detrimental effect on children reaching their crucial developmental milestones, and in particular ensuring children are prepared for moving on to start their first year at Primary School.
🤗Social interaction plays a big part in children’s development, encouraging Speech and Language development, Self-confidence, and Independence, and we see this as a main positive in Government announcing that Nurseries are to remain open to ALL families.
📌We are sure there are some worries with the updates for the new National Lockdown; however, we are proud to say that throughout last year our hard work and implementation of stringent health and safety routines and measures, has ensured that risks throughout our Nurseries have been minimal.
📌We understand that you may have questions and queries, and we will endeavour to answer them once we gain more updates from our Early Years colleagues in Peterborough City Council, and Cambridgeshire County Council. Rest assured that we have organised further Managers Meetings tomorrow to enable us to answer your questions. As throughout our Christmas closure, our email is constantly monitored and if you do have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
📌To support us in minimising risk to all, it is mandatory that you wear face coverings when dropping off and collecting your children for their session times. We ask for all COVID-19 health declaration to be completed before your first session back and should be completed weekly. https://blackberryhousedaynursery.co.uk/covid-questionnaire/ By working together, we can help to reduce the risk of transmitting the infection to others.
Blackberry House Day Nursery is the leading outstanding nursery provider for children from 0-5 years in Wisbech, March and Peterborough. We believe that children learn first from their parents and that it is important to carry this through into our nurseries that are staffed by our exceptional qualified team.
Our Nurseries offer:
2 – 4 year old Nursery Funding Places Claim up to 30 hours FUNDED childcare per week!
Our Additional Activities Music and Movement, Sport and Cooking Activities for Toddlers and Pre-school are hosted in conjunction with our own Practitioners and Qualified Coaches.
Free Breakfast for all parents and children starting the day off on the right foot. Come and join us, free coffee and breakfast for our busy parents too!
Indoor Play Spaces boast Sensory Rooms, Library Spaces, IT and Music rooms.
Outdoor Play Spaces to investigate, explore and play with imagination.
Develop and Learning – At Blackberry House Day Nursery, we are proud to be an inclusive setting by understanding the difference in development and learning for each child. Our aim is to make these experiences positive by enabling the children to reach their full potential by investing in their early development, enabling Blackberries to provide a great start to their future education.
Lullabies and Tummy Time for Babies – Enabling babies to develop sensory, visual and movement control, helping to strengthen the muscles in the legs, arms, back and neck and to establish head control.
Learning ethos Forest Schools – Forest schools give freedom, space and natural resources for children to plan and promote their own physical development through play and to allow children the time and space to develop skills, interest and understanding through a range of activities which provide practical, hands-on experiences in a natural environment both indoors and out.