At Busy Minds we only cater for up to 30 children at any one time, allowing us to truly understand, get to know and really appreciate every child for who they are.
The Centre is large and spacious where children are not restricted to just one room.
Children are able to explore a variety of different play areas where they have the room to move freely, investigate and accept challenges encouraging holistic development and allowing the opportunity for their imaginations to run wild.
It is our aim to ensure we create a home away from home atmosphere for both children and their families, as a Centre we embrace and appreciate the importance of family with many opportunities for parent participation through communication.
Children are encouraged to be peer teachers, role models, communicate their thoughts, ideas, and emotions, to help each other, to problem solve, to show empathy and develop skills to build healthy positive friendships now and in the future.
Busy Minds opens out onto a very large outside environment with trees to climb, grass to sit on, room to run, swing, play cricket, rugby, netball or football, gardens to explore and insect hunt, raised garden beds for children to grow their own delicious vegetables which they can either eat right from the garden or have with their meals, sandpit areas, swings, bikes, scooters and movable equipment which all allows for adventurous and challenging play.
At Busy Minds, every child is in control of their own learning initiating it from their own unique interests, ideas, questions and their desire to find out all they can about the world around them, continually feeding their Busy Minds.
Our Philosophy at Busy Minds
At Busy Minds we believe learning and development is a journey of discovery, exploration, imagination, and adventure.
We endeavor to provide a multi-cultural environment full of stimulation, laughter, and fun that will inspire and engage children’s minds, curiosity and respect for each other in a safe and loving environment; encouraging a community of learners finding out all they can from the world around them.