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The most important part of an early learning centre is the team of educators and teachers. These are the people who will be accompanying your child through their early years as they explore, discover, learn and grow – which is why Bush Babies Nurseries have a very stringent process for recruiting Educators. We believe at Bush Babies Nurseries that the early years of a child’s life are the most important – as studies have shown, children’s emotional, social and physical development has a direct effect on their overall development as a person. So at Bush Babies, we are dedicated to providing children with the best early childhood education and care. Our goal is to provide a care environment that is the next best thing to home.
Mairi Maciver Clark owns and runs Mulberry Bush Montessori and Forest School in Killearn. Mairi is a trained and registered GTC teacher, Social Worker, Montessori Teacher (0-9 years). She and her fully qualified team of teachers and early year’s experts are committed to excellence and innovation in the early years to ensure the uniqueness of each child as an individual as well as the promotion of independence through the Montessori Method of education from babies onwards. As well as having a rich indoor environment with beautiful resources, we have the use of two wooded areas and forests locally where our children can spend all day outside with our qualified Level 3 Forest School LeadeMy staff and I would like to introduce you to the Lilac Bush Nursery which is part of the Busy Bees Group. We are a Full Day Care Nursery ensuring funding for all of our eligible two, three and four year olds. The Nursery works towards the Early Years Foundation Stage covering the Areas of Learning and Development. The Nursery is well equipped and offers a wide range of activities including music and movement, arts and crafts, cookery, local trips, sports activities and much more. All children have access to our bespoke outdoor play area, which offers adventure and exploration, as well as promoting healthy development. We also have a Discovery IT Cove where the children can experience and expand their world and knowledge of IT. We aim to create a pleasant and solid foundation for your child's future development and most of all we want your child to be happy at the Lilac Bush. If you have not already visited our Nursery, please call in.
"Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush" (also titled "Mulberry Bush" or "This Is the Way") is an English nursery rhyme and singing game. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 7882. The same tune is also used for "Lazy Mary, Will You Get Up" and "Nuts in May". A variant is used for "The Wheels on the Bus". This drought tolerant native shrub adapts easily to poor, rocky soils. Northern Bush Honeysuckle (Diervilla sp.) is not to be confused with invasive honeysuckles. Morrow's honeysuckle, Tatarian honeysuckle, Amur honeysuckle, and Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera spp.) are all invasive and non-native species. The native and invasive honeysuckles are somewhat similar in appearance. One way to distinguish between them is by looking at the stems - native honeysuckles have solid stems while invasive honeysuckles have hollow stems. (Source: www.prairienursery.com)