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During the current Covid-19 crisis, we have carried out extensive cleaning on our

premises. Together with our other safeguarding procedures, this will help to ensure

we are doing everything we can to ensure the safety of you, your child and our staff.

What Happens if my child is ill?


Away from the current health crisis it's unavoidable that small children catch all kinds of minor infections. The spread of these infections is increased when children play together. If your child becomes unwell during their stay with us, we will contact you immediately via phone or through the Famly app. (if you have joined us).


For a speedy recovery and to prevent the other children from falling ill, children who are unwell must stay at home. Nursery staff or management will be only too pleased to advise parents on the exclusion procedures, depending on the illness.

Below is a short list of common childhood illnesses, which may help you to identify, symptoms or infections early on.


Chicken Pox



Hand, foot and mouth 






Diarrhoea and/or vomiting



Small water blister or spots, generally feeling unwell and raised temperature.  


Slight red, rash or blisters around mouth, on hands and feet.

Yellow, sticky discharge around eyes.



Very runny nappies or sickness, the exclusion will begin if a child has two episodes of either one after the other. 

Recommended period of exclusion



Until all of the spots are completely dry and scabs have formed 



48 hours after start of rash



Exclusion from onset until it has been treated


48 hours exclusion from the last episode of either

For more information on any other possible illnesses visit: 

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