COVID-19 POLICY – THE SOCIAL DISTANCING REQUIREMENTS DURING CLASS
In order for the outdoor classes to operate we will all need to understand and follow the guidance below to ensure we keep ourselves and others safe. If you are at all unsure or feel that you need some additional information please don’t hesitate to ask.
- Do not attend class for 14 days if you, or anyone you live with or have had contact with, have any of the Covid-19 symptoms or if you feel unwell at all. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/symptoms/
- Booking a class is essential. If you have forgotten to book please let me know immediately.
- Classes must be paid for in advance per term – no cash will be handled at class.
- Wash your hands at home before attending class and use alcohol based hand sanitiser on arrival. Alcohol based sanitiser is available for you to use or you can use your own.
- You will need to bring your own resistance band for our traditional buggy bootcamp classes or dumbells for the advanced class. These must be kept for use only by yourself – no sharing.
- The class numbers have now been increased so as long as social distancing within our class is maintained by all – including children – then we can continue as we are. Just for clarification we need to maintain a distance of at least 2 metres from each other.
- Before and after class we must not congregate in groups larger than 6.
- If you do develop any of the Covid–19 symptoms within 14 days of attending a class please let me know immediately so that I can contact any other members of Buggy Bootcamp that you may have been in contact with.
- Please give me regular feedback. If you are feeling unsafe or feel that my supervision is not adequate, please let me know immediately. Additionally, if you have any ideas about how to improve the classes during this situation then do let me know.
We are lucky enough to be able to exercise with our children however this makes our classes much harder to operate whilst still maintaining the physical distance needed to keep us all safe. If it proves too difficult to supervise our children to ensure they keep apart as much as possible then we will of course review the current procedures and may have to revert back to zoom / Microsoft tems for the time being.