Busy Bees at Cameron Park features beautifully designed open plan rooms and a spacious outdoor setting where children are encouraged to ignite their curiosities and sense of discovery.
At Busy Bees at Cameron Park, our team of 27 qualified Teaching Practitioners and Educators keep your children safe and smiling each and every day, with the Service offering 106 spaces for children. Conveniently located in the North Lakes Estate surrounded by a residential community, the Service was developed to ensure that children are being provided with exciting opportunities and challenges for them to play and grow in an innovative and stimulating environment where their individuality can be nurtured by dedicated educators.
Busy Bees at Cameron Park encompasses an innovative approach which is based on the discovery and exploration of respectful relationships with children. We follow this philosophy and offer children uninterrupted time for play, plenty of freedom, a calm and relaxed environment, cooperative relationships, and our full attention.
We’ve developed the Busy Bees learning program with the help of childcare specialists, curriculum experts and Early Years Advisors at our National Support Centre.
It’s filled with unique and stimulating activities you won’t find anywhere else!
Quality early learning does more than just prepare children to become eager school students – it builds resilience, vital social skills and independence.
At Busy Bees at Cameron Park your child will benefit from:
We would love to have you join our Busy Bees at Cameron Park family.
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Hi, my name is Lauren Burrows and I’m the Service Manager at Busy Bees at Cameron Park. I have worked in Early Childhood Education since 2003 in various roles.
I am a highly enthusiastic and dedicated Early Childhood Educator who has worked in the industry since 2003. During this time, I have worked as a Director in long day care services, owned a family day care business and worked in crèche settings undertaking various roles, with my latest being Coordinator of a migrant crèche.
I studied my foundations training in RIE (Respectful Infant Education), Introduction to Pikler Philosophy and, most recently, completed the Reggio Emilia Study Tour in Italy. I thrive in a team environment with my ultimate passion being the children.
I am a mother of four very energetic boys named Hayden, Callum, Eli and Taj. My family and I love all sports with the favourite being Rugby League where I am currently coaching the young boys in winter and cricket and swimming in the summer. In my own spare time, I play netball and touch footy, but overall just enjoy spending time with family.
I believe that each child is a unique individual who, if treated respectfully, will embrace their world and become an active contributor our environment. Relationships are built on responsive, respect and trust between Educators, children and Families. Trusting, respecting and accepting children’s emotional and physical well-being gives them the opportunity to feel safe and develop a sense of belonging within the Program.
The Service environment needs to provide children with a healthy, safe, secure, curious and consistent place where they can grow, develop, explore and discover new things. I strongly believe children learn through play by being investigators, researchers and curious learners which allows the learning and development to occur at each child’s own pace, in their own way.
Nurturing responsive relationships are our primary focus for our nursery children.
Your toddler’s keen sense of discovery is supported through the creation of fun environments that ignite their curiosities.
Your toddler will be encouraged to explore to build resilience, vital social skills and independence in our purpose built environments.
Our child-centred approach promotes the development of creativity, individuality and self-confidence with our Investigators.
Teachers support children’s keen approach to learning by offering an educational program that is challenging, insightful, consultative and reflects each individual in the classroom.
Teaching Practitioners develop a stimulating approach to learning by supporting the children with an educational program that is challenging, insightful, consultative, giving them a head start as they prepare for school.