Armstrong Way, Pyestock, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 0LP
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From 07:30 to 18:00 Mon - Fri
3 months - 5 years
Busy Bees at Farnborough (Pyestock) is a purpose built nursery on one level within a woodland setting and is easily accessible from the M3. The nursery is large and spacious and has 9 base rooms; each base room is brightly decorated and has access to its own secure age appropriate outdoor play areas. We have a large car park with a parent zone to enable safe drop off and pick up times.
The nursery has a large activity hall which is used for various activities, Jo Jingles and Stretch n grow take place each week, there is a library where parents and children can enjoy stories at the end of the day or they can sign books out to share at home.
“Their caring, supportive approach and good communication with parents mean children’s individual needs are well met.”
“Children show a strong exploratory approach and gain good skills for the future.”
“Parents interviewed at the inspection make highly positive comments about the provision.”
Each child will be assigned a key person who is committed to provide a fun and stimulating environment for the children to learn and play in. We also hold parents evenings 3 times a year to give parents the opportunity to speak to their child’s key person about how their child is developing.
I think the Grasshoppers room is great fun and I know Peter used to love playing in there when he dropped Amy off or collected her. - Bev and Peter Windebank
Your staff are a credit to you - always smiling, friendly and polite. It really is a great environment for the children - Esther
Everyone at Busy Bees are so friendly, it makes leaving our little ones much easier. Keep up the good work - Tony & Debbie Newson
Sophie and Sam, the main 2 girls who looked after Amy, were brilliant with Amy. Amy learnt so much from them during her time in the class and has developed so much in the last 6 months. - Bev and Peter Windebank
I like the new scooters, they can go backwards - Arlow aged 4