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Where possible, parents must keep their children at home. Early years and childcare settings are closed except for children who are vulnerable, and children whose parents are critical to the coronavirus (COVID-19) response and cannot be safely cared for at home.

All educational settings remain safe for children, but fewer children making the journey to educational settings, and fewer children in these settings, will help to protect the NHS and save lives by reducing the risks of spreading the virus.

While as many settings as possible should try to stay open for eligible children, this will not be possible for all settings and local authorities should coordinate pooling of resources so children are able to access provision elsewhere.

At Blossom Tree Childcare we are providers for Emergency backup care for critical workers, working robustly in accordance with government guidelines regarding the Corona Virus.

Please click on the link below for further guidance:

Guidance for schools, childcare providers, colleges and local authorities in England on maintaining educational provision



Established twelve years ago due to the usual challenges faced by families looking for reliable and suitable childcare. Blossom tree are based in South East London supplying qualified Nannies to families in London and the UK.

Blossom Tree works with Holiday companies Mark Warner, Esperit, Scott Dunn, and Workaseason, and is also a Backup Emergency care provider for parents either when care breaks down, or if a last-minute option is needed.

Blossom Tree is aware of the rising cost of childcare and feel expensive placement

fees does not always equate to better quality care, their main emphasis is to find the most suitable child carer for you and your Family at an affordable rate.

Please feel free to get in touch.