First and foremost, it goes without saying that the safety of your child and of our staff is our top priority. We are working hard, following the latest government guidance, to develop and implement a number of new ways of operating. We are adopting the government’s‘ system of controls’ in a robust way to ensure there are proportionate safeguards for children and staff to reduce the chance of transmission.

Early years children cannot be expected to social distance from each other and staff. However, we can still implement new routines and reduce contact between people as much as possible to carry on delivering excellent care and support. Staff are highly experienced in using different child-friendly communication strategies to help the children feel relaxed and develop an awareness of their own wellbeing and that of others around them.

We are here to talk with you at any time, your peace of mind is our peace of mind, whether it’s an informal chat, or an email to Stephie on or a call on 01284 735181.


         Information from West Suffolk Hospital

        Covid 19 Contingency Plan September 2020

As the pandemic continues to affect our lives we acknowledge that we must help address learning lost by children if they cannot attend preschool for any reason.

Please visit our Home Learning Hub at

  • If children are feeling unwell in any way
  • Have been diagnosed with Coronavirus
  • Are self-isolating
  • Quarantining after a family holiday

There are weekly learning sheets from April 2020 with some fantastic ideas that you can dip into.

More ideas to follow…