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Sending DD to nursery, when schools reopen

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JimmyJam2019 Tue 19-May-20 23:15:22

My dd is in the nursery class of a local primary school. They have said that they do not have the room to reopen the nursery class (despite, I thought EYFS being a priority) so I have an enquired, at the daycare/nursery she used to go to before this preschool year and they have said they will take her from June 1st (including over the summer, which I had hoped to fill with playschemes/holiday/grandparents).
Does this sound ridiculous?
I'm not working but have a young baby, so we are doing no learning activities and she is getting little quality time, so after 8 weeks behaviour etc is awful. Husband is WFH but busier than ever due to covid19.

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amy85 Tue 19-May-20 23:16:21

I wouldn't if I didn't have too

Freddiefox Tue 19-May-20 23:16:55

I would suggest looking at the guidance for early years and see if you are happy with this. My nursery when it does return won’t be the same lovely place.

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