Treetops Nursery started life as Lime Tree Nursery, rebranding as Treetops in 2019. Now with three settings; in Hethersett, Mulbarton and Easton, Treetops Nursery offers a setting that encourages heuristic play and incorporates concepts such as ‘Neutrals and Naturals‘ as well as the ‘Curiosity Approach‘, Andrew and his team help inspire children’s imaginations. Encouraging simple but effective learning and development through the exploration of their own surroundings.
Providing a warm, natural, home from home environment
We do this by creating a beautiful, engaging and stimulating setting for our children. We use lots of natural colours, textures and themes inside, as well as encouraging lots of outdoor play. You won’t find any distracting, garish colours in our nursery, we love muted tones and tactile sensory resources which our children love to explore.
Every child is unique, we encourage, and celebrate individuality
We form strong partnerships and listen to the opinions and wishes of all our parents/carers and children. We champion an inclusive learning environment and will support the differing needs of all. We encourage families to share their unique cultures and traditions and strive to foster a sense of community in all of our children.
We believe in child led play, freedom & self expression
We are there to support, guide and encourage our children, but we believe that children blossom when given an environment where they can choose, try and learn for themselves. This helps to build confidence and promotes independence, enabling them to become self-motivated learners and individuals.
Advocates of a healthy early years
As early years practitioners we have an integral role in shaping the choices our children make around health and wellbeing. We aim to build strong foundations with regard to healthy eating and physical activity which will benefit the children long-term. As such we provide free healthy snacks to all.
Children thrive when having fun
When children are having fun, learning comes naturally and easy. Children are much more likely to remember their experiences and this learning will stay with them as they develop and grow. When children enjoy their play this promotes a healthy desire to learn both now and later in life.