Survey highlights impact of Covid self-isolation policy on nursery closures

Katy Morton
Wednesday, July 21, 2021

A quarter of nurseries (25 per cent) in England, Wales and Scotland had to partially close between March and May, according to a survey by the National Day Nurseries Association and the Education Policy Institute.

 The survey found that between March and May, 25 per cent of settings had to close due to children or staff isolating, or lack of demand PHOTO Adobe Stock
The survey found that between March and May, 25 per cent of settings had to close due to children or staff isolating, or lack of demand PHOTO Adobe Stock

Register now to continue reading

Thank you for visiting Nursery World and making use of our archive of more than 35,000 expert features, subject guides, case studies and policy updates. Why not register today and enjoy the following great benefits:

  • Free access to 4 subscriber-only articles per month
  • Unlimited access to news and opinion
  • Email newsletter providing activity ideas, best practice and breaking news
Register Now

Nursery World Print & Website

  • Latest print issues
  • Latest online articles
  • Archive of more than 35,000 articles
  • Free monthly activity poster
  • Themed supplements

From £11 / month

Subscribe

Nursery World Digital Membership

  • Latest digital issues
  • Latest online articles
  • Archive of more than 35,000 articles
  • Themed supplements

From £11 / month

Subscribe

© MA Education 2021. Published by MA Education Limited, St Jude's Church, Dulwich Road, Herne Hill, London SE24 0PB, a company registered in England and Wales no. 04002826. MA Education is part of the Mark Allen Group. – All Rights Reserved