By Hilary Serif - 18th December 2011 7:08am
Pre-school at the Tree House
Audlem Tree House is an excellent provider of Early Years Foundation Stage education, providing opportunities for children aged 2½ years to school age within a supportive, happy and stimulating environment.
The children are seen here enjoying story time read by Supervisor, Lorraine Joynson of Tree House.
The children recently went on a trip to the local Audlem Canal where they all enjoyed a ride on a narrow boat. This was part of their learning on the subject of transport and understanding the world we live in and was a great fun day.
As continuation of this subject a tractor recently came to Tree House for the children to take a look at and they are seen here enjoying drawing pictures of buses.
All the children are encouraged to participate in activities indoor and outdoors and here they are seen enjoying some fresh air on the mini tractors and carts in the play area.
Recently judged by OfSTED as GOOD, the Tree House is open to children from the local community and surrounding areas from 9am – 12.20, Monday to Friday at £8 per session.
Audlem Tree House also provides After School Care to school age children. There is a range of age appropriate games, toys, craft activities, baking and outdoor play. With recent donations we are about to have a new large play frame erected for the larger children to enjoy. Sessions are £8 per child with a 10% reduction for siblings.
Thanks to the Crewe Chronicle for permission to use these lively pictures.
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