Treehouse Children's Centre

Tulse Hill

The Tree House Children's Centre was designed and built with great care and attention in order to create an environment which would be modern and purposeful. The building was ready for occupation in the Spring term of 2006 and came into use during the Autumn term of the same year.

The Centre was officially opened in February 2007 by Keith Hill MP, and to commemorate the occasion we commissioned local artists to work with children and parents/carers, creating a free-style mosaic wall mural using ceramics.

The Children's Centre offers a variety of services to all local families with a child under 5, or expectant families. Activities provided include drop-in sessions that will support your child's development, family health sessions, family learning opportunities, and adult classes with creche support that will support parents to fulfill their potential. The centre also offers breakfast and after-school wrap-around care for Nursery children, as well as outreach staff that can support families on a one-to-one basis if they wish.

The Centre is continually evolving, and we aim to create a vibrant, welcoming environment serving the needs of our community.

Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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