Pear Tree Day Nursery is based in a homely Victorian property on a quiet residential street in North Camp, Farnborough.
Set over two floors we take children from 2 years until they leave for school in their 4th year.
Children are welcomed into our bright and airy entrance where they can store their belongings on their personal coat peg and bag hook. Parents can view the day board to see what activities are planned for the day ahead and there is a large notice board with staff photographs, menus and all our legal bits and pieces.
We have two main rooms at Pear Tree Day Nursery. The largest room is full of educational and exciting things to choose from; from jigsaw puzzles to Lego to books to having fun with Bob the Builder on our web safe PC, the children have the freedom to self-select. We even have a snack bar available with fresh fruit and veg on hand to help fuel their imaginations.
Next door is the messy art room. Here the children have access to a wide range of painting, sand, water and other art materials. We’ve even been known to do a bit of baking, sending your child home with a delicious cake or freshly baked bread roll for your tea.
These rooms both lead out to our large covered decking area, allowing for outdoor play all year round. On the decking we have a home corner, overflowing dressing up box and much more.
We are lucky to have a 150ft rear garden and patio area too. This is where the original Pear Tree was; it’s since been replaced with a sapling which we hope will one day provide us with fruit! In the garden you will find our ever changing themed play-barn, climbing equipment, sensory garden and vegetable patch – complete with stinky compost bin!
From our excited scream filled sports days in the summer to our tear jerking carol concerts in the winter you really need to see all we offer year in year out for yourself. Fill in the contact form below and we’ll be in touch!
My son enjoys going and I find the staff friendly and always approachable. There is a lovely feeling and atmosphere when you go in. My youngest starts in the Spring and I know he will be just fine.