"Children are like tiny flowers. They are varied and need care, but each is beautiful alone and glorious when seen in the community of peers"
- Friedrich Froebel
155d Northcote Road
0203 900 2737
WELCOME TO LINDEN TREE
A long established family run group of small bespoke nurseries, which has been successfully providing childcare to South London families for over ten years.
We are proud of our great team of highly qualified, experienced, caring staff who work to provide a stimulating environment for all children that attend. Our Pre-schools are taught by qualified full-time teachers.
We register children from 6 months to 5 years of age.
Opening hours are 8.00 am-6.30 pm, 51 weeks of the year
5% discount for each registered sibling
5% full-time discount on fees for each child that attends for 5 days a week
3 and 4 year old funding available and all childcare vouchers accepted
Nappies, wipes and food provided
All meals are Caroline Walker nutritionally approved
Bespoke and tailored activities provided in-house and not dependent on booking pattern. Activities include: Language Club, Sports Club, Music Maestros, Forest Folk, Kids Kitchen and Mini Monet
Children, families and staff marched around the common to raise money for the London Wildlife Trust.
You can still donate to help us reach our target by following the link;
Our annual trip to Kew Gardens was wonderful! We saw, smelt and hugged some tremendous trees, had a picnic lunch and felt what it's like to be palm tree! (it was very warm and humid in case anyone was wondering!)
Lots of fun was had and we cannot wait to go back again next year.
OUR FROEBELIAN JOURNEY
Froebel Network Annual Gathering
'Link always links'
The Team with Tina Bruce at the event.
(From left to right) Fiona (Lavender Hill), Dora (Old Town), Tina Bruce (Early Years and Froebelian expert), Anita (Lavender Hill), Holli (Head Office), Yineska (Old Town).
The Senior Management Team went to Germany to explore Froebel's first Kindergarten and School. it was a wonderful experience with lots of hiking, beautiful scenery and conversations with German Froebelians.
Here we are listening to how the blocks are used as learning tools as the children enter school. This building was also where Froebel lived in Keilhau when he first built the school.
The team welcomed back Stella Louis and Kathryn Solly for Element Five of the Froebel short courses. This element was all about nursery rhymes and their importance for children's early understanding of literacy.
November and December 2019
By the end of the year we had some new staff members join the team who are beginning their Froebelian journey with us. We welcome Kate Razzall and Tricia Johnson who completed Element One of the Froebel short courses. The team were inspired by their passion and were keen to partake in many hands on activities.