Posts Tagged ‘coronavirus’

It’s good to listen

Dec 25 2020

Whilst 2020 has been a time of upheaval and reflection for many, what did we really learn from our children during these unchartered times? Children know more about themselves and our world than we often give them credit for.  It was therefore wonderful to observe the comfort and ease felt as they returned to nursery after the first lockdown earlier this year.

The sheer strength of the relationships, the friendships they had built and the familiarity of the environment made the transition back to nursery much smoother.

Interestingly, Covid-19 became a background noise for many children. Once they arrived at nursery, they just wanted to get back and play with their friends and be in a safe cocoon.

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Which mask will best protect me from Covid19?

May 02 2020
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Confirmed cases of Covid-19 continue to rise and take lives. Preventing the spread of coronavirus is paramount and everyone has a part to play in this. Face masks, gloves and other protective equipment can help stop the spread of coronavirus – but only in the right circumstances. If you are lucky enough to get hold of a mask, it is important to know how well they will protect you. If you decide to make one at home, we will help with some advice.

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What to do if you think you have coronavirus – top tips to hasten your recovery

Mar 23 2020
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Talk of coronavirus is inescapable. It is all over our media and because of this there are sometimes mixed messages. Government advice is constantly updating as the situation develops.

The Novel Coronavirus (covid-19) is a highly virulent virus, originally located in Wuhan in the Hubei province of China.  The virus has been swift to spread and has resulted in worldwide deaths from pneumonia. These deaths have mainly occurred in the elderly population and those with underlying health issues. Read more about the coronavirus in our article here.

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