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Humble Bees Nursery prides itself in demonstrating that we are not simply a babysitting facility, we are an extension to the family unit, giving families the confidence that their children are our utmost priority.

Our setting will be considered as a home away from home.

The core aim of our provision is to provide children with the best possible start in life, enabling them to fulfil their potential in later years.

We will strive to broaden the skills of all the children in our care throughout the day, allowing them ample opportunity to interact and develop fundamental skills from an early age and reinforce those which have already been acquired.

To ensure that children receive challenging learning opportunities in order to build on children’s interests and capabilities, this is carefully planned around the new Early Years Foundation Stage.

Play Activities

Support children’s play activities, engaging in meaningful conversations and interact appropriately.


Ensure that children are respected in order for them to respect others.


Allow all children to make their own choices and to select and use activities and resources independently.


Be part of the local community, accessing local resources so that the children have a sense of connection and belonging.

Role Model

Ensure that staff and other adults provide a good role model in their relationships with others.


Ensure that children are best supported when parents and staff work together


Manage the transition between home and the Early Years Setting.


Develop children’s awareness of diversity in the community and to value and respect each other’s values and customs.


To provide staff with training and development opportunities in order to provide the children with learning and teaching of the highest standard
Our Staff

Staff at Humble Bees Nursery will be carefully selected and vetted to ensure that they are able to offer high quality provisions for all children, offering a facility, which encompasses an innovative learning journey. Our low child to staff ratio will successfully allow for early identification of additional needs, fostering a supportive framework for all of our families.

The team at Humble bees nursery follow the Early Years Foundation Framework (EYFS).

This legal document relates to all elements of young children’s learning, development and wellbeing outlining our responsibilities as a provider.

Sophoya Davis – Bsc, LIBMS
Home Educator/ Proprietor
As a Scientist, Sophoya has used those transferrable skills to enhance children’s curiosity in science. She has an active interest in nature and sustainability and is always eager to share her experiences with your little ones.

Jacksine Grant
Home educator
As a mother of two and years of experience within fostering, nurturing children comes naturally. Jacksine’s therapeutic approach to teaching and child development is widely acclaimed within the setting with extreme benefits observed within our children.

I have worked in the childcare field since the early 1980s, starting off as a childminder, leading to roles within the Early Years and Foundation Stage (EYFS) setting circa 1992.

Following my success and enthusiasm within the EYFS settings, I then moved into a managerial post; I have been working as a nursery manager for the past 18 years.

In order to continue to develop within my role, I have successfully completed a BA in Early Childhood Studies; I have a Level 3 Safeguarding qualification and I am also a qualified first aider.

As well as working with children for many years, I am also a mother of 5 and a grandmother of 12.