Bizzy Bees has been serving the village of Wootton since 1972.
Is registered for children aged from 2 years to school age. Provides 'free' (15 and 30hr) pre-school care and education for children from the term after their 3rd birthday, in addition to 2yr old funding (if eligable)
Offering full day care every week day, school term time only. Breakfast club 8.15-9am, sessional care 9am-12 and 12.45-3.45pm with a lunch lunch between 12-12.45pm.
Fees are payable in advance either half termly or weekly by arrangement with the Manager.
Is a registered charity managed by a committee of parents elected at an Annual General Meeting held in October each year.
Latest Ofsted Report
Child Application Form
Busy at Home Form
The children are encouraged through play to:
- Share and play with other children.
- Trust new adult carers and accept new situations within the pre-school environment.
- Experiment with a variety of materials and activities.
- Express themselves in many different ways.
- Become active readers and writers.
- Solve problems.
- Accept individual differences.
Bizzy Bees Pre-School CIO
Child Registration Form
All About Me
Bizzy Bees Pre-School provides a safe, happy and stimulating educational environment in which children are valued as unique individuals, supported by caring, experienced and qualified practitioners.
Learning through play and interactions in an environment where we promote an atmosphere of mutual respect, and encourage children to achieve their own goals in learning. This enables them to be happy, confident, creative, social and enthusiastic to learn moving on in their learning journey.
Waiting list: we currently have a waiting list for September 2020.
Please get in touch if you would like a place for September 2020 onwards.
To help fulfil the physical, intellectual, emotional, social, cultural and societal development of each child.
To provide a stimulating and emotionally secure environment in which each child and adult is valued equally.
To acknowledge the role of parents/carers and to promote their involvement in pre-school activities.
To develop and maintain close links with local schools to enable continuity of experience and a familiarity of the school environment.
To liaise with appropriate child care agencies to promote child welfare.
To promote pre-school learning as a vital part of child development.