Covid-19

From  Tuesday 15th September ALL visitors to the Nursery School should wear a face covering when entering the school gate.

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*** For ideas of activities of what to do at home, please click here or go to the Covid Challenges tab (under children on the drop down menu). We also have lots of other suggestions on our Facebook page and Twitter account. Please go and check them out! ***

Please click here for our Covid-19 support page.

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Birmingham City Council is undertaking a survey of parents and carers across Birmingham who currently use childcare, have recently used childcare or who will be looking to use childcare in the near future.
We want your views, opinions and experiences of the impact COVID19 is having on your childcare requirements.
Birmingham City Council fully value your comments as they will be used to help us support your childcare requirements and inform our strategies moving forward.
Please spare 10 minutes to complete the survey by clicking on the link below. Thank you.
https://www.birminghambeheard.org.uk/people-1/parent-survey-of-childcare-during-covid-19-autumn/?fbclid=IwAR0nDhfLQeRbV97twGjyhkSia0Wkz500wWx5BbanzXKZ4oZGyQisFlGEOWE
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 091020 Drop and Collect Covid Testing.pdfDownload
 Absence Guide - Covid 19.docxDownload
 Letter to Parents 23rd September 2020.pdfDownload
 Letter to parents from Dr Justin Varney Director of Public Health re restrictions - 210920.pdfDownload
 RNS Full Opening in September - Parents & Carers Handbook.docxDownload
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When we can go back to operating as normal, we will keep you informed on our social media platforms, RNS website and group call messages.

Please take care of yourselves and each other and stay safe!

Best wishes, Everyone at Rubery Nursery School 

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If you are concerned about a child please contact CASS who will listen, assess your safeguarding concerns and can take action if a child is at risk.

Their number is 0121 303 1888.

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*** For ideas of activities of what to do at home, please click here or go to the challenges tab (under children on the drop down menu). We also have lots of other suggestions on our Facebook page and Twitter account. Please go and check them out! ***

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If any of you are struggling with gas or electric during the lockdown, please contact your supplier and they can support you with emergency rations. If you are struggling accessing food, please contact us & we can put you in touch with the project who may be able to assist you. 

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Please click on this link to find out what help is available locally for families

https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/info/50224/birmingham_children_s_partnership/2156/birmingham_children_s_partnership_-_resources/2

 

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As you will be aware, the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic will be having a range of impacts on local people’s mental health and wellbeing.

 

We are responding to this by setting out a support offer for our local population.

 

There is dedicated support available for:

·0-18 year olds in Birmingham

·0-19 year olds in Solihull

·18+ years old in Birmingham and Solihull

·Key workers in Birmingham and Solihull

 

Support for each of the groups will be available first and foremost through a dedicated telephone line. Full information about how to access the support, including opening hours etc., is available here: 

www.birminghamandsolihullccg.nhs.uk/your-health/mental-health-support-offer

 

If you have any questions about this, please contact NHS Birmingham and Solihull CCG at: nhsbsolccg.jointcommissioningteam@nhs.net

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Birmingham City Council Early Years and Childcare Team are working with the The National Literacy Trust to promote the Department for Education’s Hungry Little Minds Campaign in Birmingham. The Hungry Little Minds resources can be accessed via their Facebook page.
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Contact Us

Leybrook Road, Rubery, Birmingham B45 9PB

enquiry@ruberyn.bham.sch.uk

0121 464 2158