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We are constantly reviewing what we are able to safely offer while ensuring we comply with government guidelines and we can now announce the next steps in opening up our activities.
We have now introduced a basic and limited Pay & Play service following government guidelines to ensure we are maintaining controls for staff and customer safety.
With much consideration and planning, we are looking to open up for a limited version of our Pay & Play and Launch options from Saturday 6th June.
We are reviewing the updated guidance released that might allow us to open a limited provision.
As a senior team who have only just taken over the ownership and operation of the business, just starting to put our own stamp on the experience we want to create for you all, it is with heavy heart that we have decided to make the decision to close the gates of South Cerney Outdoor today until further notice.
How South Cerney Outdoor is responding to CoronavirusThere’s no doubt that concern and anxieties surrounding the global outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting us all and how we think about our plans for the near future.At SCO we are taking our responsibilities in minimising the impact and spread of this virus seriously, but not letting it panic us, and are putting in place appropriate measures to protect you, your loved ones and our team
Heat warning this weekend
A recent study discovered that nine to 10 year-old children are significantly more attentive and engaged with their schoolwork following an outdoor lesson in nature. Impressively, this “nature effect” allowed teachers to teach uninterrupted for almost twice as long during a subsequent indoor lesson.
Over the winter season we have been working on our development plans for Lake 12 and unfortunately we have come to the difficult decision that we will not be able to offer our open water swimming this year.
New research shows that children who feel a strong connection to nature tend to perform well in key stage 2 Sats
Children who feel connected to nature achieve better results in their key stage 2 tests than those who do not, research has found.
Psychologists from the University of Derby questioned 775 pupils from 15 primary schools. They asked a number of questions, intending to establish how much of a connection the children felt with nature.
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