Debenham Roundabout Preschool closed

Our preschool is now closed except for childcare provision for children of key workers and other groups who do not have any other arrangements.

Sending you all very best wishes during this uncertain time. During this period of closure, if you need help or support please do get in touch via the preschool email address debenhamrps@btinternet.com and we will do all we can to help you.
Rachel, Kath, Beccy, Jane, Simone, Anna and Carmen 🙂

Preschool is Open

Debenham Roundabout Preschool remains open. The Prime Minister has confirmed that the government is not closing educational settings, for now. We should only close if we are advised to do so. We will continue to adhere to the guidance from Public Health England.

Anyone with a new persistent cough and/OR a temperature, should be at home isolating with their whole family for 14 days. We will be sending children with these symptoms, and their siblings home for 14 days.

Following guidelines we will be cancelling all events in order to aid ‘social distancing’. This means there will be no Stay & Play sessions next week. We ask parents to be mindful of social distancing when picking up and dropping off children.

With absences of children and staff needing to self isolate this could become increasingly challenging for the preschool to remain open. I ask that you keep looking to the official website for guidance on closures and the Debenham Roundabout Pre-school Facebook page. We will also keep you updated via email.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding during this very uncertain time.

Kindest regards,

Rachel

Ducklings update!

The duck eggs have been warming in the incubator for eight days now and today we were able to take a peek inside of the developing embryo. This is called ‘Candling’ – Shining a bright light source behind the egg to show details through the shell.

A positive find! We could see that the eggs were progressing by the veins spreading and growing inside the shell and the start of the air cell at one end of the egg. We will continue to follow and share their progress throughout the coming days!