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Due to the Covid-19 pandemic please do not come to Communityworks without ringing first for an appointment. If you have an appointment you must wear a mask and stay at home if you have a cough, high temperature, loss of taste and/or smell - or any other Covid-19 symptoms.

Due to the National Lockdown we are currently not operating as normal. All Communityworks activity is online only. We are offering support to those needing food, but you must ring us to get details. However, if you or anyone in your household has any Covid-19 symptoms please, please, please stay at home as we don’t want to have to close. This is a very difficult time for everyone, but the only way we will get into a better situation is if we all follow the rules and think about other people.

Click on the link below to see what is happening each day at Communityworks! This timetable is what we feel able to offer now. We are working closely with all the groups that are not currently meeting via phone calls, WhatsApp, Facebook and some doorstep visits. Do get in touch if you need any support and we will do our best to help.

Current Timetable

Click here to watch the winning video from our recent competition for local children

We want to play our part in making sure that clear messages about households staying apart are reinforced. We want to see Covid-19 rates reduced in Bradford so that our children can go to school without any fear and we can start to open up our community activities.

Advice for parents on Nursery/School attendance

Click on this link for a bedtime story a new one each day from 7pm

We will be contacting many of you as we look for ways to help you through. We intend to put ideas on Facebook and this website for those of you having to care for children. We also will try to continue to help people looking for employment and those wanting to improve their English or other skills.

We would strongly encourage you to avoid unnecessary social contact as the virus continues to spread and is vital, if we are to avoid people being very seriously ill. We would encourage you to be good neighbours and look out for those that are isolated. If we all work together we can keep each other safe. Sadly around 919 people have now died where Covid-19 is mentioned on the death certificate, in the Bradford district.

We will keep in touch and do ring us if you need our advice or support.

Outstanding

Our current Ofsted Inspection judgement for our Nursery is ‘Outstanding’! We still have places available if you would like your child to have a place. We are Covid-secure and can offer your child a high quality experience.

Click here to read the full report.

If English is not your first language click on the select language bar on the left and change it to another language! The translation may not be perfect but it might help you!

This is important:Get your child protected from Flu

Children and staff celebrate World Book Day by coming to Nursery as their favourite character. Click on the photo to see a larger image. World Book Day

Click here to see a link to BBC Children In Need filmed at Communityworks with our After School Clubs. Without Children In Need we would not be able to run After School Clubs or Holiday Playschemes.

Things have changed again and from October 2018 Children’s Centres are being delivered by Bradford Council: Click here to find out more Should you have any queries about this please do not hesitate to contact us and we will pass these onto our colleagues in Bradford Council. Family Hubs Explained

Our Nursery supports children aged 2 to 4 years old. Please contact us if you would like to apply for a place. If we do not have a vacancy we can either put you on the waiting list or suggest a local alternative.

If you are on a low income your child may be entitled to 15 hours of free early learning in the term after they are 2.

Check out our nursery pages for more details.

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