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Child care on the Isle of Sheppey with a School Nursery

Early Birds Nursery is a school nursery for 2, 3 and 4 year old’s led by a qualified Teacher; supported by a team of experienced Teaching Assistants and offering two attendance options across the 5-day week.

Morning Sessions (AM)

08.30 – 11.30

Afternoon Sessions (PM)

12.15 – 15.15

FREE Breakfast & Lunch

All children at Early Birds Nursery eat breakfast and lunch, for free.

Embedded into our daily routine, our breakfast and lunches will be family style dining. We will prepare the food together, set the table and sit down around the table. This will help build on the children’s life skills, communication skills and fine motor skills (e.g. using knives to cut food).

Breakfast

Free breakfast at Sheppey nursery

Every day, children attending our morning sessions will have the choice of bagels, cereal and fruit.

Lunch

Free lunch at Sheppey nursery

Every day, children attending our afternoon sessions will have sandwiches, fruit and juice.

Every Friday...

In addition to our normal routine, every Friday the children will make:
1st Friday of the month – beans on toast
2nd Friday of the month – Scrambled egg on toast
3rd Friday of the month – bacon bagel (am) pitta pizza (pm)
4th Friday of the month – croissants (am) chicken salad wrap (pm)

We offer the free for two 15 funded hours and the universal 15 hours for all 3 and 4 year old's.

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Early Birds Nursery at Richmond in Sheerness

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Reopening Plans

Alongside many other Multi-Academy Trusts, our aim is to open our schools when the government considers it safe to do so. Following the government’s announcement, we have worked on a detailed plan to provide the most effective and safest means for children and staff to return to school, with the intention of achieving the proposed 1st June return.

Our plan has been drawn up in close consultation with all Head Teachers across the Trust, through the use of professional, independent risk assessments and incorporating the comprehensive guidance provided by the DfE.

The government’s plan to reopen schools has invited controversy and opposition from some quarters. Parents are understandably concerned and conflicted. We are not pressuring anyone to send their children to school, since you know your children and personal situation best, but by sharing the key aspects of our plan we hope to give all parents sufficient information to allow them to make an informed decision whether or not to send their child back to school.

Please note that there may be minor changes to this plan that are more specific to Richmond Academy. Any changes and updates will be sent to parents by Weduc and email.