Wheely Tots, COVID-19: Code of Conduct

December 2020

In order to ensure the safety of our you and your family, our wider community and session leaders, families who participate in Wheely Tots sessions are required to adhere to this code of conduct which incorporates guidance issued by the Government.

Wheely Tots are following UK government advice and NHS guidance around COVID-19. You can read more about Wheely Tots and COVID-19 here

Families must maintain a social distance of >2 metres (or distance specified by Government guidelines) at all times.

Unless previously agreed, families must bring balance bikes and drinks bottles to the sessions. 

Families must not share any equipment – e.g. balance bikes. 

If you have a fever, new, persistent, dry cough, shortness of breath, loss of taste or smell, diarrhoea or vomiting, muscle aches, please do not attend the session. You must also self- isolate and seek medical support (NHS 111 or www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/).

If you have had a known exposure to anyone with confirmed or suspected Covid-19 in the last two weeks or asked to self-isolate (i.e. return from travel, confirmed case in school) you will be unable to participate in sessions until fourteen full days have passed.

By booking and attending sessions you indicate that you have read and understood the information provided above, agree to adhere to this code of conduct and accept the risks associated with attending sessions in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, families not agreeing to this Code of Conduct will not be able to participate.