Just keen to understand what nurseries are doing these days in terms of fees while they're closed.
Our nursery is closed for key workers' children too and is asking for 60% of the fees, although committing to pay staff full pay.
I'd like to understand what all the rest of the nurseries are doing, please.
Mother goose have this, which seems reasonable to me. Must be very hard for nurseries too, and their staff need to be paid. I am still being paid for work, so still paying Mother Goose (even though children staying at home)
Our nursery has yet to tell us what they expect us to pay. They were waiting to find out what the government and insurers would cover them for.
Given the governments commitment to pay 80% of staff wages - am not sure why the nursery would be asking us to pay any of their fees given they are providing none of the services? Unless I have misunderstood the governments commitment?