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    Dreadful news today, I have been signposted to this, thought it might be useful to some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloraDora View Post
    Dreadful news today, I have been signposted to this, thought it might be useful to some.

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    Thank you.

    Had several conversations afterschool.

    All I could say was 'I don't know' when the children asked 'why?'

    So sad

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloraDora View Post
    Dreadful news today, I have been signposted to this, thought it might be useful to some.

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    Hello

    Posting on this thread as I can't start a new thread on my phone.

    In light of whats happenned in Manchester and a Nursery in Wigan needing to be locked down while Police carried out a raid our Council have asked that we have plans in place for our setting while at home and out and about. They havnt given any guidance at all. I know all homes and settings are unique in layout but what could I start with for a Lockdown Plan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snortlet View Post
    Hello

    Posting on this thread as I can't start a new thread on my phone.

    In light of whats happenned in Manchester and a Nursery in Wigan needing to be locked down while Police carried out a raid our Council have asked that we have plans in place for our setting while at home and out and about. They havnt given any guidance at all. I know all homes and settings are unique in layout but what could I start with for a Lockdown Plan?
    I have an emergency plan,which I think would cover what you are thinking of.
    I used this guidance when creating it :

    https://devoncc.sharepoint.com/sites...368133ee&rev=1

 

 

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