What Parents Say

  • “The staff at Happy Days Too make the effort to get to know, not only the child attending but the whole family making not only the child attending feel welcome, but the family unit as whole”

    Parent 1
    Happy Daddy
  • “Staff are always warm, approachable and cheerful and this brings a hugely positive atmosphere to the nursery and rubs off on the children”

    Parent 2
  • “Happy Days Too is a very happy positive place of learning”

    Parent 3
    Happy Mum

Happy Days Too Childrens Nursery

About Us

Welcome to Happy Days Too Childrens Nursery located in the village of Busby. Happy Days has been providing high quality childcare and education for more than 30 years. We provide a range of full time and part time places for children aged between 6 weeks and 12 years. Choosing a nursery place for your child is one of the most important decisions for you and your family…

Our Key Staff


Lorraine has 19 years’ experience in leadership roles and has several early years qualifications including the BA Childhood Practice. Lorraine is very passionate about her role and has a proven track record of delivering high quality in nursery settings. She is a doting mother to two young children and can relate very well to parents. She uses this experience when making decisions and to inform our nursery practice. .

Lorraine Jack

Centre Manager

Sandra has been employed as Administration Manager since 1999. She is often the first person that parents engage with when they express interest in a place at the setting. She is very professional, experienced, and knowledgeable in her role. She is key member of the management team and knows our children and families very well. As a loving parent and grandmother, she understands the importance of providing reassurance and good communication with families who attend..

Sandra Aitken

Administration Manager

Marianne joined the setting in 2003. She was Supervisor in the 3-5 department for a number of years before being promoted to Depute Manager in 2019. Marianne has several early years qualifications including the BA Childhood Practice. She is very passionate about the sector and providing quality outcomes for children and families. Marianne is a mother of four children and is a doting grandmother and can empathise and relate very well to parents using this experience.

Marianne Sanderson

Deputy Manager

Useful Links

Curriculum for Excellence

Curriculum for Excellence is designed to achieve a transformation in education in Scotland by providing a coherent, more flexible and enriched curriculum from 3 to 18. Visit Site here.

Pre-birth to Three

Pre-Birth to Three: Positive Outcomes for Scotland’s Children and Families, replaces Birth to Three: Supporting our Youngest Children. It was revised by Education Scotland in collaboration with key partners to support and inform practice across Scotland. Visit site here.

Getting it right for every child

GIRFEC is the national approach in Scotland to improving outcomes and supporting the wellbeing of our children and young people by offering the right help at the right time from the right people. Visit site here.

Important Nursery Information

Dental Hygiene

Happy Days Too is accredited on the NHS Smile Too Dental Hygiene Scheme. Our staff have been trained in the current NHS guidelines and dental hygiene procedures. We are visited regularly by our NHS Co-ordinator who ensures that our staff are following the NHS guidelines and children are achieving a high standard of dental hygiene. Children are provided with their own brushes and NHS approved toothpaste which are replaced on a regular basis.


If you wish your child to receive medication during the nursery session you must complete an administration form on a daily basis. The initial dose of any new medication must be administered by parents at home to ensure that there are no side effects or adverse reactions. For further information refer to our Medication policy


For the health and wellbeing of all children attending Happy Days Too your child should not attend nursery if they are suffering from an infectious illness or require a 1:1 ratio. To ensure the health and wellbeing of all our children we have an Infectious disease policy which provides parents with information and guidance in line with local NHS guidelines.

Nursery Cleanliness

Health and well-being of the children is very important to us. To help us maintain high-standards of cleanliness we enlist the services of a professional cleaning agency, who clean the nursery once per term (4 times per year) to hospital standards. The Sanondaf website can be found here

Settling In

Before your child begins full days or sessions at Happy Days Too we would recommend that you and your child visit on several occasions for short introductory sessions. This settling period is tailored to each family’s individual needs. You are encouraged to stay with your child until he or she settles after which time we would suggest that you leave for short periods until both you and your child are relaxed and comfortable in the nursery setting. The introductory sessions allow parents to meet with their child’s keyworker and discuss their child’s individual needs, care plan and routine. This sharing of information allows staff to ensure a smooth transition and provide the best possible care for each child.

What to Bring

Depending on our child’s age and stage of development you will need to provide: formula or breast milk, nappies, soft indoor shoes, suitable outdoor clothing and a change of clothes. If your child has a comfort toy, blanket or a dummy you should also bring these to nursery.


A security key pad entry system is placed on the front door to ensure access by authorised persons only. The security code is changed annually. We require notification of who is authorised to collect your child from nursery and these people should be introduced to staff during the settling period. Under no circumstances will a child be allowed to leave the premises unless it is with a previously identified, authorised person. In the event of an emergency situation where parents have to authorise an unknown adult to pick up their child, a personal password and additional information will be required.

Rest Periods

During the settling period, parents will be asked to specify their child’s individual sleep pattern and requirements. Coracles and sleep mats are provided for rest periods and each child is provided with their own bed linen.

Clothing/Personal Property

The Nursery will provide aprons for messy activities. Staff will encourage them to wear the aprons whenever possible however, we would recommend your child does not wear ‘good’ clothes to nursery as accidents can happen. All your child’s belongings should be labelled with their name as it can be difficult for our nursery staff to locate unnamed items. Your child will be allocated a peg to hang their jacket and store their personal belongings.

Additional Needs

If your child requires extra support for any reason, either on a temporary or permanent basis, we will make every effort to provide this support. The nursery staff are experienced at working closely with parents and other professionals such as Health Visitors, Speech and Language Therapists and Paediatricians to help your child reach their full potential.

Parents Evenings

Parents Evenings are held twice a year for all children throughout the nursery. Although the nursery staff are available on a daily basis, this gives you the opportunity to discuss your child’s progress and development in a relaxed atmosphere.


Phone: 0141 644 5858
Busby, Glasgow G76 8JY
9 East Kilbride Road

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