Slough moves into covid tier 2

The change will come into force at 00:01 Saturday 24 October. Find out more details about Slough going into tier 2 and what it means.

Please go to our coronavirus pages for the latest guidance, how services are affected, and what help is available.

Coronavirus effects on schools and childrens centres


Current information on schools reopening.

Active Recovery - helping schools return

The Public Health team have been working with “Active Movement” to provide a tailored support package for Slough Primary schools and Early Years settings to support their “Active Recovery”

Children's Centres

Eight of the boroughs children’s centres are reopening on Tuesday 2 June for three and four–year-olds in receipt of a funded place of 15 or 30 hrs, following government guidance. All centres apart from Penn Rd Children’s Centre (which has provided childcare for keyworkers) have been shut for 10 weeks due to the Coronavirus lockdown. Only Chalvey Grove and Wexham Children’s Centres will remain closed, and provision has been made for these children to attend other centres.

In the last week, all of the eligible families have been contacted, and many safeguarding measures have been put in place to protect the children and staff. Our early years teams have corresponded with families about how the centres will operate and be organised differently. The centres will operate in ‘bubbles’ which are small groups of children with the same key staff to minimise cross- infection.

As all drop-in clinics, weaning sessions and well-baby groups have been cancelled until further notice - the PHN4S team can be reached on the duty line: 0800 7723578.