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Nursery building cold?

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MonaSod Thu 23-Oct-14 10:39:55

Hi everyone,

My little one has just started nursery this September and as we're heading towards winter I'm a bit concerned about her nursery building. It's only a temporary building while part of the school undergoes refurbishment, and as such I'm concerned about whether it will be warm enough in the winter months. In my day temporary buildings were quite cold, but that was in Poland and 20 year ago! Can anyone say what these buildings are like today and in England? The particular school building is from here if that helps at all.


insancerre Thu 23-Oct-14 18:42:50

I run a nursery in a portacabin which can be cold in theceintwr and like can oven in the summer
We have electric heaters with thermostats and timers and it gets quite cosy.
We also have to record the temperatures twice a day
You could ask the nursery if they monitor the temperatures

MonaSod Fri 24-Oct-14 08:53:32

Thanks insancerre, I will ask the nursery smile

TouchOfNatural Sat 01-Nov-14 09:28:20

They should be monitoring the temp daily... Btwn 18-23 degrees Celsius.

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