Busy Bees in Reading Woodley has been established since 2000, it is a purpose built single storey nursery ideally located for easy access to M4 motorway, Junction 10.
Our nursery has a ‘home from home’ feel to the environment with bright, welcoming and spacious rooms. We have a low turnover of staff so the children really get to know their carers. Our staff are dedicated into giving your child the best start in life and take regular training opportunities with Busy Bees to ensure the education, well-being and safety of your child.
At nursery we provide regular extra-curricular activities and also implement specially designed initiatives into the nursery. Your child will get involved and learn about the importance of healthy eating and growing their own food with the ‘Grow your Own’ initiative. All children will get involved in fun physical activities, including our Wake and Shake initiative, to promote a healthy lifestyle. We are all about improving the development at an early age with our Busy Babies initiative by introducing special areas for enhancing their senses.
Here at Busy Bees we also have good relationships with the local community, we like to get involved with what is happening locally, improving our relationships with parents, carers and local schools.
We hold stay and play sessions every Tuesday 10 – 11am, where you can experience what we do at nursery, you can also be shown around the nursery to see what we can offer.
Baby stay and play- every Friday from 9.30-10.30am (3mths- 1 year olds)
Busy Bees has been a lifesaver! Always lovely, friendly staff and always feel my daughter is well cared for.
Since he was a baby, in each room he formed strong bonds and developed wonderfully.The nursery has played a large part in helping him learn, develop and grow so well,we are very grateful.
Thank you for all of your support - A.Sutton
It is not an easy decision to put a child into day care as a young age, but have never regretted having chosen Busy Bees Our heartfelt thanks to all the team
My Daughter looks forward to going to nursery to see all of her friends and the staff. - Kate
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