About our setting...
"...the provider runs a setting that is an extremely welcoming and highly stimulating place for families and children. Here, children can thrive and make significant progress."
– Ofsted, January 2015
Treehouse may look like it is packed full of toys and games for free play to the untrained eye, but make no mistake, every area has been designed and devised for maximum learning and development in EVERY way – from our low level, independent access playdough area which promotes confidence in the children's own choices, creativity and develops fine motor skills, to a purposeful lack of tables and chairs so children exercise and develop the correct muscles for pre-writing, long before they pick up a pen or paper, and much, much more.
The children are encouraged to make their own choices but the resources and activities are planned by studying children's habits, likes and dislikes to ensure all children are drawn to areas which will offer them opportunities to gain the skills they need to.
The plan above shows a basic layout of Treehouse and the image gallery below shows the areas in more detail, to give you an idea of the experiences your child has or will have on a daily basis. By far the best way to experience our pre-school is to visit for yourself, whether a stay-and-play session with your child or a visit ahead of enrolling, we welcome you!
Explore & discover for yourself...
The best way to experience Treehouse will always be to arrange a visit. Our management and admin staff are happy to accommodate interested parents (and their children of course), neighbouring schools and pre-schools and early years professionals who are interested in looking around our setting.
Please email the office to arrange an appointment.
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