Posted on 28th March, 2019
The largest nursery provider in the UK, with 378 nurseries for children across the UK and Ireland. Busy Bees are the UK’s leading childcare provider, and we’re delighted to announce that we’ve recently added them to our client list!
Renowned for providing rich learning opportunities in unique environments. The Busy Bees brand is vibrant, individual and exciting, and we’re loving every moment of working on it! Our first digital motion graphics project is well underway, and with the results, we are ‘buzzing’. (you see what we did there?)!
As many of you know, we’re passionate about the education sector. So it goes without saying that we’re really excited about what the future holds for this new partnership.
A little Busy Bees insight.
Each of our 378 nurseries across the UK has been specifically designed to meet your child’s needs.
Working in partnership with parents to provide the highest standards of nursery care. Our child-centred approach promotes the development of creativity, individuality and self-confidence.
As a global supplier of childcare services, we share best practise. During the pandemic, we have partnered with colleagues across the globe, including Australia, North America and primarily South-East Asia, to learn and are confident in our efforts to protect families in our care.
Safety Buzz is our safety mascot and is on hand to help promote safety, health and wellbeing in all aspects of children’s lives both at home and whilst in nursery. Busy Bees has a Safety with Buzz programme which provides a range of activities and information for educators and parents alike to use to educate their child positively and is designed to help children understand risks and make right decisions on how to stay safe. Busy Bees also has a ‘school readiness programme’, for children starting school in September. This is to prepare them and give them a head start they deserve which is also supported by a digital learning programme Unleashing Potential (UP) which helps to bridge the gap between nursery and home learning.