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Life after lockdown for little ones in Southwell as childcare provider Busy Bees unveils reopening plans

No playdough, sandpits or water games and no floor markings for children's play areas or timed toilet breaks. This is the life after lockdown for a Southwell nursery provider, which reopens its pre-schools this week.

Busy Bees, the UK’s leading provider of quality childcare and early years education, has confirmed health and safety plans for its Allenby Road nursery won’t require children to play in hoops as some schools have suggested.

Credit: Busy Bees Childcare (35912406)
Credit: Busy Bees Childcare (35912406)

Instead, it will focus on dividing children into close friendship groups, limiting the number of people children come into contact with, reducing the space that children can explore and increasing the time spent outdoors.

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