Category "Buzy Bees News"


IMPORTANT – Your Children’s Safety
Please ensure the gate to Buzy Bees is closed behind you AT ALL TIMES. It has been reported by a parent that the gate was bolted open today. Please ensure the gate is closed & securely fastened at all times to keep all of our children safe. The lane is used by a number of large vehicles on a regular basis.
Thank you for your continued support.


Our latest newsletter, containing dates & info including Beach Trip & Sports Day is coming home with your child today. Please ask if you do not receive a copy. Thank you.


We invite your child to wear yellow on Monday 17th June 2019 to support a local family raise money for The Lily Foundation (Charlie Gard Foundation).

The Lily Foundation is the UK’s leading charity dedicated to fighting mitochondrial disease. Mitochondrial disease is a complex condition that affects people medically in a wide variety of ways.

Let’s shine bright in yellow in memory of Steren Nessa who sadly lost her fight with mito at just 15 weeks of age.

Thank you for your support, a donation would be greatly appreciated.


We have been notified today that a child in our group has chicken pox. Any pregnant mums may wish to consult their midwife for guidance.


School Leavers July 2019:

Treleigh School Transition dates are Fridays as follows: 24 May, 7 June, 21 June & 28 June. The children will be taken by Buzy Bees staff at 11.15 & will return before 12. If your child is starting Treleigh School in September & does not attend Buzy Bees on a Friday you are encouraged to bring your child in to Buzy Bees at 11 on the above dates. Returning to collect your child at 12 (no fee levied), unless staying for lunch/afternoon session. If you wish to book your child in for the whole morning, please call into the office to discuss. Thank you.

Please note if your child has a place at another school, your key person is happy to attend your child’s transition day wherever possible. Please call into the office to confirm dates/times. Thank you.


Thank you all for embracing the new system for snack. Alana brought in 🍤prawns🍤 to share with her peers yesterday, 😋 which were a big hit.


Following our visit from Liz & Kate from Cornwall Council this morning. Some useful info: The Healthy Under 5’s team would like to confirm that one piece of bread made into a sandwich is a child portion & a packet of crisps is an adult portion. A few crisps placed into a container/food wrap will not only save money, but keep your child healthier. We would like to share lunch box successes from today, photos are of Jude & Reggie’s lunch boxes. Thank you all for your continued support & the snacks you have been providing this week for your children.