Moorland Street, Axbridge, Somerset, BS26 2BA

01934732391

Axbridge C of E First School Academy

 

We pride ourselves on our relaxed and friendly atmosphere, and the strong home-setting links we share with parents and carers.

We are confident that when we work closely with you, we are all as well-informed as possible about your child’s learning and development, each step of the way.

Together, we can work to ensure that Busy Bees provides your child with a happy and secure start to their learning journey…

A working partnership

This is an exciting new stage for you and your child, and we are looking forward to getting to know you.

We want you to be very much involved, and welcome your suggestions for activities, resources, or a special expertise you can share with us. If you would like to help during a session, please let us know.

We work closely with our colleagues in school too, and strive to provide the vital transition between home and school.

Welcome to the Busy Bees family!                         

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About us

Curriculum Provision Enrolment and fees Policies Wrap around care Gallery and Testimonials

Outstanding Ofsted endorsement           Highly experienced teacher, nursery nurses and assistants        Friendly, welcoming and strong home-nursery links         Stimulating indoor and outdoor environments          Access to support from childcare agencies         Free fruit and milk daily         Hot meals available daily         Beds available for rest time        Weekly dance and PE sessions         Forest school activities         Access to school facilities

We would recommend it as the staff are so kind, and the girls adore them......            ‘Staff are very perceptive at detecting and identifying needs in relation to a child’s character, personality and confidence.’         Warm and welcoming. Our daughter thrives here.        ‘Both our daughters have had a fantastic time at Busy Bees.’        ‘A wonderful resource for the community – what would we do without it?’