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Fiona Harvey

Nursery Manager

Hello my name is Fiona and I am the  Nursery Manager. I have worked for Busy Bees for 11 years, I started as an Early Years Educator and worked my way up the career ladder to become Manager.

I have been working in the childcare sector for over 11 years . I am passionate about delivering outstanding levels of care to each individual child and their families to ensure each child has the best opportunities. I work closely with the strong staffing team to provide each individual child with the foundations and skills to progress and enjoy a bright future. I am committed to building strong relationships and working closely in partnership with parents.





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Kim
Assistant Manager

I have worked for Busy Bees since 2012 and have completed a CACHE level 3 Diploma in Childcare and Education in 2009. Recently I have completed my level 3 Leadership and Manangement qualification with Busy Bees. I oversee the Baby department and have management responsibilites. I enjoy working in a fun and exciting environment with children who are all unique and enjoy inspiring young minds for the future.
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Vicki
Assistant Manager

My name is Vicki and I am the Assistant Manager here at Oldbrook. I have a BA Hons degree in education and have worked my way up the career since starting with Busy Bees back in 2014. I currently work as a key person in the preschool room and have a passion for supporting children to flourish before starting school.
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Leanne
Senior Room Manager

My name is Leanne and I am the Senior Room Manager of the baby department. I currently work in the Poppies room. I have been working for Busy Bees since 2019 and have many years experience in childcare starting my career in the sector back in 2008. I enjoy working with the team to provide the best learning experiences for children and watch them build their life skills in their first years.
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Astrid
Room Manager

I have worked at Busy Bees since 2013. I have completed an NVQ Level 3 Diploma for Children and Young Peoples Workforce with Busy Bees. I work in the toddler room. I love how each child is different and unique and making everyday fun and challenging for them.
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Kerri
Room Manager

I have worked at Busy Bees since 2016 and I hold a level 3 childcare qualification. I work in the Toddler department in Bluebells. I love how each child is different and unique and making everyday fun and challenging for them.
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Sarah
Qualified Early Years Educator

My name is Sarah, I work in the baby room supporting the young babies to develop and grow and reach their first milestones in life. I have worked for Busy Bees since 2003 when I started as an apprentice and have enjoyed developing my own skills and knowledge to support the children.
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Emily
Qualified Early Years Educator

My name is Emily and I work in the baby room. I have been working for Busy Bees since Jan 2014 and have worked in the childcare sector since 2012. I am passionate about providing outstanding care for every child, providing them with excellent opportunities for them to explore and develop new skills in a safe and inspiring environment.
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Lauren
Qualified Early Years Educator

My name is Lauren and I am a level 3 practitioner in the Preschool room. I joined Busy Bees in 2017 and love being part of a team helping to nurture children to become confident learners and prepare them for the next stage in their lives.
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Chloe
Early Years Educator

My name is Chloe, I currently work in the Poppies room supporting children between the ages of 1-2 years old. I started my childcare journey at Busy Bees in 2016 completing a level 2 apprenticeship and now have taken on the role of a key person within the Poppies room. I enjoy helping the young children to develop and progress for the future.