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Naomi Jackson

Nursery Manager


My Name is Naomi Jackson, I gained My NNEB Nursery Nursing Diploma in 1994 and have been working with young children ever since. I have a BA hons degree in early years and continue to undertake further training

I am one of our nurseries First aiders and chair the nurseries parent partnership group. I have a strong commitment to staff training and development and encourage the staff to regularly attend courses to enhance their professional development and then share new ideas within the nursery.

My role is managing our highly committed and long serving team who between us have over 55 years of childcare experience, I ensure that every child is cared for to the highest standards and that their individual needs are met. We are committed to learning through play and ensuring that every child enjoys their time spent with us. We do this by building close partnerships with you the parents and sharing information about your child and what they like. This way we can plan activities and experiences that excite and stimulate your child.

I work closely with Frances our nursery chef to ensure that the children receive tasty and nutritious meals when in nursery. The nursery is committed to healthy eating and has the soil association silver accrediation. We encourage the children to eat a good variety of fresh fruit and vegetables and often include them in preparing their own meals. We work closely together to ensure that every child is offered a healthy balanced diet.
The garden here at Busy Bees Warton provides a great space for the children to take part in physical play and the children are offered opportunities to play outside every day.

As an experienced early years educator  I support the team in the role of special educational needs co-ordinator and among my many roles I have spent years as a health and safety co-ordinator providing me with experience of developing safe play environments.

Our Nursery was Graded as Outstanding by Ofsted this in January 2015 and our report stated the leadership is inspirational


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Assistant Manager

Jessica has worked in childcare for over 7 years, in schools as a Early Years Teacher and Team Leader before joining Busy Bees in January 2017.

Jessica is Qualified as a Teacher and has responsibility for our main room and leading the over 2's team
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Frances is our chef, she prepares all of our food on site following Busy Bees menus providing healthy and nutritional meals. Frances has recently completed a course in Children's nutrition.
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Qualified Early Years Educator

Kim has over 10 years experience working in day nurseries beginning as an Early Years Apprentice and worked to achieve her Level 3 Qualification. Kim has also completed a NVQ in team leading
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Early Years Educator

Kayleigh began with Busy Bees Warton as an apprentice at 16 years old. She has worked hard to gain her level 2 and level 3 qualifications early. She is first aid trained and works with the pre-school children
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Qualified Early Years Educator

Lisa is a Qualified Early Years Educator and very experienced childcare practitioner who joined our team in January 2018. Lisa works part time in Daises Room. She has previously worked as a senior Nursery Nurse but has recently been a stay at home Mum to her own children.
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Qualified Early Years Educator

Sophie is a level 3 Qualified Early Years Educator. In her spare time she is a member of St Johns Ambulance and a Scout Leader. Sophie started with us on a cover basis in 2015 and is now full time in our Baby Room.
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Early Years Educator

Kate is our relief member of staff who works to cover holidays and training days. She holds a Level 3 Qualification in Health and Social Care and has experience of working with children and young people with complex needs.