Covid-19 Advice

The latest advice relating to childcare and coronavirus

The safety of childcarers and families is of utmost importance in these uncertain times. We are reviewing government guidance as it changes and have summarised the latest government advice for working safely at this time, when for some families finding a trusted childcare solution is more important than ever.  

“… paid childcare, for example nannies and childminders, can take place… because these are roles where working from home is not possible. This should enable more working parents to return to work.”

Latest advice for working in other people's homes

Here are some specific recommendations to help you keep safe at this time:  

Follow government guidance if you have any symptoms
Communicate clearly and openly
Travelling to work
Guidance whilst caring for children

The latest government advice on effective infection protection and control in childcare settings is available here and is a great summary of the steps you should be taking to keep safe.

Covid-19 advice

The latest advice relating to childcare and coronavirus

The safety of childcarers and families remains of utmost importance and we will continue to review government guidance as it changes. 

All childcare settings are now open and childcarers can continue to attend a family’s home providing isolation guidelines are always followed. The latest guidance, updated on 6th January 2022, is published here. 

Advice for working in other people's homes

Here is a summary to help you keep safe at this time:

Follow government guidance if you have any symptoms
Communicate clearly and openly
Stay safe and prevent the spread

The latest government advice on how to stay safe and help prevent the spread includes the following measures to minimise the risk: