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Kids Inc (Beehive Lane) or Treehouse Nursery (Wanstead)

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MrPatel Fri 08-Apr-16 11:09:48

Hello all,

We're currently looking at nursery options for our little one ahead of my wife going back to work in a few months time - argh!

We've shortlisted the nursery down to two options:-

Kids Inc (Beehive Lane) or TreeHouse (Wanstead).

I'm personally more inclined towards TreeHouse but logistically it might be a nightmare (taking the little one on the train ahead of my commute) and is also slightly more expensive (£120+ per month extra - but we can manage).

Would be great to hear from any parents who have children at either nursery to hear your reviews? All the ones from Google seem to pre-date 2015, so doesn't really give a current view (as things may change within a few years).

We've visited both, but are now torn between the two, hope you can help smile

user1471356095 Fri 02-Sep-16 11:05:47


I'm in the same position now. Did you make a decision on a nursery. I'm also currently considering Little Bears in Wansted and am super confused.

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rachelqs Sat 15-Oct-16 16:53:22


I'm in the same position and would be keen to hear more recent feedback/ testimonials on the Wanstead Nursery's. also do you know how much per month Treehouse is vs Little Bears?

Thanks so much and looking forward to hearing mum's feedback!

user1471356095 Mon 24-Oct-16 13:34:37


I decided on the Treehouse but was concerned when my daughters were not settling. I have now pulled them out because they were constantly hungry when arriving home from nursery even though they were supposedly fed less then 40 minutes ago. Also when arriving at 4.30 one day found they were distressed, hungry and sat on a wet floor ignored.

I am extremely upset and was told I could view CCTV footage which would be kept for a total of 2 weeks. It was kept for a week!!!

So that it my experience of Treehouse

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