About Us

We work with families to give children the best outcomes in life. Being in partnership with parents to be the nursery of choice in Jersey through active engagement and consultation with parents, and also training our staff to the highest standard.

“Busy Beans Nursery is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff, students, parents, contractors and volunteers to share this commitment”. 



Having regard, inclusion, consideration and appreciation for colleagues, children & parents


To providing a conducive learning and developmental environment for our children to achieve and be prepared for statutory education


Staff to be highly trained in childcare and practice as professionals both supporting our children and parents


To underpin the valuable and effective care delivered, demonstrating leadership, collaboration and reliability to our children, parents and each other.


To be active listeners to function effectively to protect and develop our children and strengthen our relationships with parents and the wider community.


Forest Learning

Forest learning delivers an outdoor learning approach where children visit natural spaces to build personal, social and technical skills. We use the local woods and forests in Jersey to develop confidence, independence and self-esteem along with a love and respect for our environment through hands-on learning. 

The children have so much fun exploring the woods at Millbrook Park, having a snack on the fallen trees, gathering moss and twigs to make pretend fires and climbing and hiding in the trees. We enjoy looking, touching and smelling the flowers and deciding who has the biggest or smallest leaves or which colour they like the best. We love our visits to the mobile library. Looking at and choosing the books for our topics or to sit on the grass and have the story read to us while we have a snack.

Beach Learning

Beach learning is an unforgettable way for children to immerse themselves in the wonders of the sea. With the aim of improving children’s knowledge about their local coastal environment by connecting them with nature; opening their eyes to this amazing habitat and inspiring them to care for our coasts. 

Being at such close proximity to the beach allows us to visit often. An example of the activities the children enjoy are: running races, searching for shells, filling and emptying containers and games with the parachute.


Cheryl Findlay RMN - Group Business Manager

Cheryl has practiced as a qualified, registered mental health nurse for over 30 years, she has experience in all areas of the mental health field. Including 13 years’ experience in Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS). Cheryl has been a clinician in several different roles within CAMHS both in Jersey and the UK.

This includes working in partnership as a primary mental health worker with nurseries, health visitors and school nurses to include clinical positions and experience in developmental disorder clinics. Therefore, Cheryl’s experience both as a clinician and in her leadership roles positions her to be an effective Business Manager. However more importantly and excitingly Cheryl’s experience will provide support and training to the staff team and she will have an oversight of all children’s developmental needs.

Zoe Herbert

Team Leader

Yasmine Bates

Nursery Assistant

Tory Simons

Nursery Officer

Susan Crew

Registered Manager

Lizzie Raynar

Nursery Officer

Joanna Martins

Nursery Assistant

Isabela Markowska

Nursery Assistant

Hayley Bisson

Nursery Officer

Hannah Bisson

Team Leader

Claudia King

Nursery Officer

Charlotte Williams

Team Leader