Doors Of Bright Horizons Nursery Re-Open

Following lockdown closure due to Covid-19


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Bright Horizons has announced it is to re-open Putney Day Nursery and Preschool following its temporary closure in March due to the coronavirus lockdown.

Nursery Manager April Marshall

“We are delighted to be able to welcome back our nursery families and see their children again,” said Nursery Manager April Marshall. “Our facilities at the nursery, and our enhanced health and hygiene practices, mean we can provide children with a safe and caring place to play and learn. I’m very proud of the staff team for the way in which they have responded to our new ways of working to help keep the children and themselves safe.”

The nursery’s facilities enable safe social distancing to be maintained and Bright Horizons has detailed plans in place to minimise infection.

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September 18, 2020

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