Founded in 1983 and headquartered in the UK, Busy Bees Group is majority-owned by Canadian-based Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and cares for over 75,000 children.
What does Busy Bee mean?
Definition of busy bee
: one who is very busy and active My mom is a real busy bee around Christmastime.
How many nurseries do Busy Bees own?
Busy Bees runs 379 exceptional nurseries spread right across the UK and Ireland – and more overseas. Whichever you choose, you’ll find the rich learning opportunities and warm, nurturing environments that parents and children love.
Is Busy Bees a good company to work for?
Busy Bees Childcare Reviews FAQs
Busy Bees Childcare has an overall rating of 3.6 out of 5, based on over 293 reviews left anonymously by employees. 54% of employees would recommend working at Busy Bees Childcare to a friend and 43% have a positive outlook for the business.
Is Busy Bee a franchise?
When you own a Busy Bees® Pottery & Arts Studio franchise, you have access to an established system of operation from the moment you sign your Franchise Agreement. You receive customized training and have access to experts with years of experience in the industry so that you don’t have to learn by trial and error.
Do Busy Bees do NHS discount?
We offer 10% discount to all NHS staff.
What is a nursery practitioner?
A nursery practitioner is someone who cares, guides and supports young children during their early years education. Often referred to as early years practitioners or nursery nurses, nursery practitioners act as role models for children throughout the first five years of their lives.
Can Busy bee used for men?
Busybee applies to both sexes!
What is another word for Busy bee?
busy bee (noun) eager beaver (noun) go-getter (noun)
Why is the bee called a busy bee?
Answer: The bee is very hard at work the whole day, hence they are called busy bee.
How much is busy bees worth?
Busy Bees generates annual earnings of between £150 million and £200 million, a source said, so the company could be sold for between £2.5 billion and £3.5 billion.
How much is a busy bee franchise?
The franchise fee is a one-time payment of $19,995 made at the time you sign the franchise agreement. There are no additional charges for your training and for our assistance in opening your studio, other than out-of-pocket travel and lodging expenses.
Who is the CEO of busy bees?
Simon Irons – Group Chief Executive Officer
Over the years, Simon has been an essential part of the team that helped Busy Bees grow from a small group managing around 25 nurseries to the global childcare provider it is today – and we can’t wait to see where he takes us next.
Why do I want to work for busy bees?
Leading pay and bonuses – including bonuses for every team member achieving ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating in their centre. Up to 80% discount on childcare fees at our nurseries. Amazing learning and development opportunities to support a growing career or to be the very best you can be in your current role.
Do NHS employees get childcare help?
You may be able to get the NHS Bursary Childcare Allowance if you have dependent children. How much you get depends on your circumstances and your household income. You cannot get this if you’re not entitled to the NHS bursary (known as a ‘Fees Only award’).
What questions will I be asked in a nursery assistant interview?
Example interview questions for Apprentices
What skills do you have that you think could help when working with babies and children? How do you work as part of a team? Can you explain how you would keep children safe in the nursery? How would you help support a child’s development and learning?
Can I work in a nursery without qualifications?
A sense of fun, energy, imagination, empathy and patience are all key skills you’ll need to work in a nursery. And although it is possible to work in a nursery setting without specific childcare qualifications, most settings recognise that better qualified staff can offer more support for children’s learning.