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Busy Bees Stoke
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details-poi 441 Nayland Road, Stoke, Nelson 7011

details-phone 03 929 5418

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details-clock 7:30am - 5:30pm, Monday to Friday

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Welcome to Busy Bees Stoke!

We are excited to soon be opening our beautiful early education centre to the wonderful Stoke community. Our indoor and outdoor areas are spacious and well resourced, perfect for play and learning at every age and stage.

We will be welcoming families in, by holding regular open days for you to come for a tour, meet our team and see if our centre is right for you and your child.

If you'd like to book a tour, find out more, or join our waitlist, please click on the Enquire Now button, complete the short form, and one of our amazing team will be in touch!

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At Busy Bees Stoke, early education centre in Nelson, we value every child and see them as unique and a special taonga. Our teachers are passionate about encouraging children's creativity, supporting their emerging social interactions, and celebrating their individual successes.

Our team is made up of passionate and experienced teachers who are warm, welcoming and naturally caring people. We see all children as individuals, valuing each unique stage of life, show them respect for who they are and providing equal opportunities to ensure the best possible start in life.  

Our early education centre offers wonderful, safe and fun indoor and outdoor spaces where children are provided with a range of diverse resources to engage their imaginations and spark curiosity.

Intentional activities and provocations are set up daily throughout the centre, providing calming and inviting spaces, where you'll often hear children, whānau and kaiako engaging in meaningful conversations.

We are proud to be a lunchbox centre. This promotes independence as well as encourages self-help skills in preparation for school. 

We are committed to follow the aspirations of the New Zealand National ECE Curiculum, Te Whāriki. Te Whāriki envisages kaiako in early learning settings working in partnership with parents, whānau and community to realise this vision. The expectation is that, in their early years, children will experience a curriculum that empowers them as lifelong learners. 

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