A busy mind is a learning mind

We have dedicated and passionate teachers who take pride in stimulating and shaping your child with daily activities to become the best person they can be. Our playground is colourful, fun, interesting, and, with our plans for the future, can only get better.Please feel free to visit us. Extra murals also available.

Mission statement

Our mission is to help children to develop a life-long love through play, foster a commitment to explore and value differences, build a foundation for independence, cultivate social and emotional development and enable academic growth through our cooperative family of families. To provide a safe, stimulating and caring environment for all children. Committed to the families we serve, we strive to give parents complete peace of mind, while being seen as a shining example of what quality Edu-care should be. We want to provide an open door policy between principal, staff and parents.

Our Vission

Buzy Bodies Edu-Care aims to prepare today's children to become tomorrow's leaders and innovators. For the present, our goal is for parents to feel good about their childcare choice, and that the children are safe, engaged, educated, stimulated and smiling. And for the future, we want these children to warmly look back at their experience with us and see it as a cherished part of their childhood.

Our Goal

Our goal at Buzy Bodies is to introduce children to the joys of education and prepare them not only for kindergarten, but for a life full of wonder and learning. It is our mandate to teach our children the core standards and it is our passion to exceed those standards and let our children learn without limits.

Goals for our children:

  • To be themselves and develop at their own rate
  • To express themselves through art and play materials freely and constructively
  • To create an environment where they feel loved, respected and encouraged to develop to their fullest potential
  • To develop their social, physical, emotional and intellectual abilities
  • To feel safe in our environment and develop and grow in a positive manner through appropriate role modelling
  • To learn as we play
  • To learn to be independent, able to solve their own problems and do things for themselves
  • To learn to be tolerant, creative, cooperative and imaginative
  • To learn to develop a comfortable relationship with teachers and staff