Tiny Bees (4 months to 10 months)

Angie & Wilma

We focus on the 3 prime areas of learning with our Tiny Bees, Personal Social & Emotional development, Communication and Language and Physical Development. Every child in the Nursery feels valued, secure and is appropriately challenged by our supportive team of highly qualified and experienced staff. The small class sizes ensure that every child is nurtured receives individual attention and experiences a happy introduction to life at Honey Bee Nursery.

Baby Bees (11 months to 1 year 8 months)

Roseline & Manilyn

We focus on the 3 prime areas of learning with our Baby Bees, Personal Social & Emotional development, Communication and Language and Physical Development. The children are able to choose the activities they want to engage in and the teachers and assistants look for learning moments during play to introduce new vocabulary, skills and concepts. The development of children’s self-image and feelings of self-worth and self-esteem are at the core of the nursery curriculum

Busy Bees (1 year 9 months to 2 years 6 months)

Michelle & Karen

We focus on the 7 areas of learning, 3 prime areas, Personal Social & Emotional development, Communication and Language and Physical Development. As well as introducing the 4 specific areas Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the world & Expressive Art & Design. These areas of learning ensure a holistic development of children and their skills across the curriculum, building on their previous learning experiences, knowledge and skills. We aim to foster a love of language by introducing the children to some Arabic and French vocabulary and songs in their Arabic and French classes.

Queen Bees (2 years 7 months to 3 years 8 months)

Yamina & Joana

We focus on the 7 areas of learning, 3 prime areas, Personal Social & Emotional development, Communication and Language and Physical Development. As well as continuing with the 4 specific areas Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the world & Expressive Art & Design. Through their play, children practice and consolidate their learning, play with ideas, experiment, take risks, solve problems, and make decisions. First-hand experiences allow children to develop an understanding of themselves and the world in which they live