Covid Protocols

“The Data so far suggests schools are “very safe” place to be during the pandemic. When the safety protocols that are in place in schools are followed, it is a very safe environment and transmission is very unlikely”. - Dr. Bonnie Henry

Our team at Wibble Wobble aims to achieve the highest quality care for your child. Please feel free to contact your centre director on any matter regarding your child of the centre. If you would like any other further information, please do not hesitate to contact our office at

Wibble Wobble Childcare Ltd. would like to Thank You, for your support to as we navigate through this current pandemic. We have created a Safety Plan that is proven effective which is followed by the Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry. On April 21, 2021, we received an updated guidance from the BC Centre for Disease Control, and we updated our Safety Plan accordingly. We have updated the plan to include a regular checklist, as well as what parents can do if their child becomes ill and the measures they must take to return to daycare. Please read through the updated plan carefully and contact us if you have any questions. Wibble Wobble Childcare Ltd. will keep an eye on the current situation and make any necessary adjustments. Please bear in mind that keeping our children healthy during this difficult period is our highest priority. Again, Thank you for your patience during these unprecedented time.

The revised Daily Health Check List from the BC Centre for Disease Control has been merged with our Sick Policy. Before arriving at the Center, parents are responsible for conducting regular health checks on their children.

If your child exhibits any of the following signs or symptoms:
For your next steps, please refer to the outline below. Please notify the centre where your child is currently enrolled if this is the case.

Please See Daily Health Check List Below

  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Cough or worsening chronic cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Loss of sense of smell or taste
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea and vomiting

If a child has any of these symptoms that are not related to a pre-existing condition, such as allergies, then the child should stay home from school and monitor the symptom for 24 hours. If it gets worse, or other symptoms develop, then they should get a health assessment.

The K-12 Daily Health Check website and app is an easy way to decide if your child should attend school based on their symptoms. It includes current health guidelines and offers an age-appropriate user-experience for K to 12 students.