Category "Buzy Bees News"

4Nov2020

As we all know too well, the coronavirus pandemic has left children all over the UK with all sorts of stress & hardship to deal with. Buzy Bees will be raising money for Children in Need 2020 by taking part in sponsored walks throughout the week of 9-13 November.

We hope that you’ll join us to raise money. A sponsorship form will be coming home with your child this week if you’d like your child to join in.

Thank you for your support.

Buzy Bees

3Nov2020

Buzy Bees 2020/2021 Term Dates:

Autumn Term 7 Sept – 18 Dec 2020
Half term 26-30 October

Spring Term 4 Jan – 31 March 2021
Half term 15-19 February

Summer Term 19 April – 21 July 2021
Half term 31 May – 4 June.

May Bank Holiday 3 May 2021
Spring Bank Holiday 31 May 2021

3Nov2020

Buzy Bees Individual Children’s Photographs will be taken by Tempest on Wednesday 11th November. The photographer will be with us both in the morning & afternoon.
If your child does not attend on a Weds, please feel free to bring them along at 10.30 or 12.30. It would be useful to know in advance if you intend to bring your child in for a photo. Please advise the office by lunchtime on Tuesday 10th.
Currently it is not possible for parents to enter the premises. Please ensure you wear a mask & socially distance whilst queuing outside. Thank you for your continued support.

12Oct2020

COVID – 19 UPDATE

Dear Parents

Working to updated guidance & the rising levels of Covid – 19 in the area we are putting extra measures in place to keep everyone safe.

Please could all adults who come to Buzy Bees at drop off & collection wear a mask. A grid directly outside the front door is for children only. Please note only one adult per child is to enter the grounds of Buzy Bees, if you need to bring siblings please keep them by your side.

Thank you for your cooperation.

18Sep2020

Child Protection:
*As individual children return to childcare, Key Persons will take time to sit & talk to the children in small groups to monitor the children’s emotional well-being & to flag up any safeguarding concerns that may have occurred during lockdown.
*Both the Safeguarding Lead & Deputy will be available in the setting as normal.
*We will keep in contact on a weekly basis with our vulnerable children ie. child protection involvement, EHCP in place.
*A risk assessment will be formulated to ensure contact & support is maintained & offered to the family of any children with an EHCP.
*We will now endeavour to conduct all meetings with safeguarding professionals & those professionals involved with a child with an EHCP virtually via ‘Teams’ or ‘Zoom’. If this is not possible due to technical problems a report will be submitted.
*Policies are updated as a result of the general Covid19 risk assessment for the setting.