Treehouse at Cambridge Park
Treehouse at Cambridge Park is based in a landmark Methodist church building just 2 minutes’ walk from Wanstead underground tube Station. Staff take a holistic approach to early years development that includes structured learning, indoor and outdoor play, arts and crafts, and physical activity. We’re especially proud of our huge indoor soft play area.
Sustainable Travel – STARS TFL
STARS is TfL’s accreditation scheme for London schools and nurseries. STARS inspires young Londoners to travel to school sustainably, actively, responsibly and safely by championing walking, scooting and cycling.
STARS supports children’ wellbeing, helps to reduce congestion around the nursery and improve road safety and air quality.
We are very impressed with the support Treehouse has given to our daughter. Further, we have seen huge progression in her development, which has come from the time effort of her key workers with support from us as parents. We are extremely grateful for all the hard work and support offered by the nursery and would highly recommend Treehouse nursery schools to our friends and family.
Dalbir Singh Kathuria, Parent
Leaving a 5 month old baby is hard however Treehouse were with me every step of the way. Settling in was smooth and gradual and they worked in the interest of my son who is now a happy member of the Treehouse family.
Nadine Wright, Parent
Healthy Early Years London
Treehouse Nursery Schools is currently working towards the Healthy Early Years London (HEYL) awards scheme which is funded by the Mayor of London. It’s purpose is to help reduce health inequalities by supporting a healthy start to life across themes that include healthy eating, oral and physical health and early cognitive development.
The most effective way of improving health in this age group is to take a whole-setting approach, engaging children, staff, parents, carers and the wider community. In Healthy Early Years settings and at home, children will be supported to:
• eat a healthy lunch and healthy snacks
• drink plenty of water, not fizzy drinks
• wheel, walk, scoot, cycle to the setting with their parents/carers
• wheel, play, run, skip and jump outdoors and in the park
• have plenty of tummy time
• have plenty of sleep
• sing songs and read stories together
• learn how to brush their teeth and visit the dentist
• learn about their own feelings and how to express and manage them
• Live in a smoke-free home