Busy Bees at Heritage Parc features beautifully designed open plan rooms and a spacious outdoor setting that is positioned serenely lakeside and includes designated play spaces, sandpits nestled amongst a natural setting where children are encouraged to ignite their curiosities and sense of discovery.
Laura Redding has been appointed as Service Manager and brings with her 8 years of commitment and experience in early learning. Laura is supported by a team of 10 educators with the Service offering 94 spaces for children. Conveniently located in the heart of Heritage Parc on Grand Parade, 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 Heritage Parc encomppases 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 Centre Support Office.
It’s jam-packed 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 Heritage Parc your child will benefit from:
We would love to have you join our Busy Bees family at Heritage Parc.
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Early childhood education is a crucial period in a child's development, some children come into care and can be learning up to five days a week. With this in mind as an Educator I believe that it is therefore important to create a learning environment that acknowledges this and gives children the best start to life. For me, this means providing children with an environment that allows children to develop in all developmental domains. While also making sure that each child's learning is catered to their strength and abilities. Children should be encouraged to learn and grow, but at their own pace.
Within early childhood, we talk about the circle of security and for me as an Educator, I couldn’t agree more. Providing children with a home-like environment, where children come and feel safe, secure and support. As an educator and a Manager who has been in the industry for eight years, I see as crucially important to children's overall development within the early years and aim to promote this within our Service. As a Service Manager, I aim to encourage all staff to not only work as a team but to continually be the best that they can be. By encouraging them to continually update their knowledge and skills, being open to change and understanding that children and families are their first priority. I want staff to be providing quality care and be implementing best practices where they can.
However, my overall aim is to create a place where children and families love to come to and leaving looking forward to returning the next day.
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.
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.