Information and Support for Parents and Carers on Living Safely with Covid 19

If a child who attends Fairfield Nursery develops symptoms of a respiratory infection including Covid 19 they should not attend Nursery. Please call us on 01254 231589 for further advice.

UK Government Guidance - What You Need To Do

UK Government Guidance - People with Symptoms of a Respiratory Infection including Covid 19

Ambulance Service Leaflet about Coronavirus Symptoms and Treatment

Remote Education Provision (During Covid 19 Outbreak)

Fairfield Nursery has established and developed its home learning guided by our children and families. Our approach is to work closely with parents, support learning and enquiries that children naturally do in the home environment and provide resources that provide further enhancements to support the children's fascinations and the next step in their learning journey. At Fairfield we:

  • Make weekly email and phone contact with all parents
  • Send activities and ideas via email to parents
  • Visit parents and children at home every other week with a selection of library books
  • Provide packs of learning that builds on projects, fascinations and lines of enquiries such as portraits
  • Share activities on Facebook
  • Publish activities and stories on the schools YouTube channel that families are able to access on their smart televisions
  • Parents provide regular feedback and share images of the learning in their home

Talking to Children about the Virus

Save The Children - 7 tips for talking to your child about coronavirus

NHS Hand Washing Song

Parent and Carer Support

Uk Government - Guidance For Parents & Carers on Supporting Children

Keeping Your Children Safe Online

Every Mind Matters

Better Health

Lancashire Healthy Young People and Families 0-19 Service - Virtual Groups

Early Years Resources

Hungry Little Minds

Small Talk

Tiny Happy People

NHS Change 4 Life

CBeebies I Can Cook

C Beebies Alphablocks

Book Trust

LCC Libraries eBooks and eAudiobooks

Oxford Owls ebooks

Oxford Owl - Fun Activities to do at home

CBeebies Numberblocks

Oak National Academy

Active Matters

Nature Detectives

RSPB Fun and Learning

Woodland Trust - Things To Do in the Woods

CBeebies - 7 tips for Gardening with children

Special Educational Needs

FIND Newsletters (Family Information Network Directory)

Lancashire SEND Specialist Teacher Newsletter No1. March 2020

Lancashire SEND Specialist Teacher Newsletter No2. April 2020

Lancashire SEND Specialist Teacher Newsletter No3. April 2020

Lancashire SEND Specialist Teacher Newsletter No4. April 2020

Lancashire SEND Specialist Teacher Newsletter No5. May 2020

Parent and Carer Support Guidance Prior to 1st April 2022 

DFE Guide For Parents and Carers

February 2022 - Lancashire Public Health Letter to Parents and Carers

Hyndburn NHS Drive-thru Jabs no appointment needed

January 2022 - Lancashire Public Health Letter to Parents and Carers

December 2021 - Lancashire Public Health Letter to Parents and Carers

November 2021 - Lancashire Public Health Letter to Parents and Carers

September 2021 - School Start of Term Covid -19 Letter to Parents

Parent and Carer Support and Guidance Prior to September 2021

Update on Covid 19 Letter to Parents and Guardians from Lancashire Director of Public Health

Parents Flowchart Guide to Covid 19 testing

April 2021 Letter to Parents - Nursery Covid 19 Guidelines

Covid-19 Child Absence Parent Quick Reference Guide Version 2

Community hubs have been created in each district across Lancashire to co-ordinate support and help which is available for those in need. You can find details of local community hubs on the council website.

Welfare Rights Service - During the coronavirus pandemic, any resident in the Lancashire County Council area with significant financial difficulties who has been unable to sort out their benefit problems, can email with their query. Please note this is a temporary service offer which could be restricted or extended at any time, subject to demand.

There is also a financial support guide on the council website with information about help families may be able to get during the current crisis.

Wifi and data - The BT 'Lockdown Learning' support scheme offers unlimited free mobile data to those EE and BT Mobile customers eligible for the Department for Education’s Get Help with Technology programme. You can also apply for free BT WiFi vouchers for your school to distribute to pupils.

Primary School children - Free School Meals - M&S announced it will offer additional support to families receiving free school meals vouchers by adding £5 to every weekly £15 voucher

Important Notices: To apply for a Nursery place at Fairfield take a look at our admissions page or call us on 01254 231589