Here at Lollard Street Adventure Playground, the health and safety of our young people and staff is our top priority. Here is an update on the actions we are taking to respond to the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
We are closely monitoring the outbreak and the information provided by Public Health England (PHE).
We are following PHE guidance for educational settings and the playground remains open as usual until schools in England are told to close. However, we may need to close the playground at short notice for public health reasons, or because we are unable to maintain the correct staff to children ratio. Our prime duty is to keep the children and our staff team safe.
As a parent or carer, how can you help?
If your child has a fever and/or a persistent cough, please self-isolate them for seven days and tell them not to come to the playground. Please follow the government guidance on self-isolation here.
If your child returns from a country severely affected by coronavirus and has been told to self-isolate, please tell them not to come to the playground for the duration of the self-isolation.
Please encourage your child to reduce the spread of illness by regularly washing their hands for 20 seconds and through good personal hygiene. Please tell them to cover their mouth and nose with a tissue or sleeve when they cough or sneeze and put used tissues in the bin straight away.
Please make sure you tell us if your contact details have changed since you registered your child at the playground. You can do that by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The situation may change
We will continue to monitor the situation closely, adapt our plans as necessary, and keep you updated on any changes via our website www.lollardstplay.org.uk
We thank you for your cooperation and if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Peter Leandre on email@example.com or on 0207 793 9592.