We are delighted to welcome you to Beechtree’s website.
We are an Ofsted registered non profit early years setting and independent school providing high quality Steiner Waldorf child care for children under 9.
We recently moved to our new premises on Chapeltown Road, right next door to the Sikh Temple. We are in walking distance from Chapeltown and Roundhay and a short bus-ride away from the City Centre, Headingley, Meanwood.
We are open 8am to 5pm from Monday to Thursday and 8.45am to 1.30pm on Friday during term time.
We currently run 2 Kindergartens for children over 3 years old, a Class One for children older than 7 and run Parent & Child Groups both indoors and outdoors every day of the week for babies and children under 3 years old and their parents/carers.
We provide a welcoming, supportive and nourishing environment for the children and their families.
FEEE funding for children aged 3-5 is available.
Please browse our website for more information and if you have any questions or would like to be join us in the Kindergarten or Parent & Child groups, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
As a non profit organisation, we rely on Fundraising. There are several ways you could help us raise funds for Beechtree. Every little bit is very much appreciated! If you would like more information, please visit our Fundraising page by clicking here.
Aspirations and Outcomes
The key aims of our school are to provide and ensure:
- A holistic approach which cultivates motivated, responsible and competent young people who have a life-long love of learning and a strong sense of the contribution that they can make to society.
- A broad and balanced, interdisciplinary curriculum which is closely linked to the developmental needs of the child and which incorporates intellectual, expressive, creative and practical
- A safe learning environment which provides a high level of individual pastoral care and commitment to each child, where safeguarding is paramount and pupils are supported by teachers and parents working in partnership.
- Excellence in teaching and learning, supported through a robust and accountable governance, management and self-evaluation structure which has a firm commitment to quality assurance.
- Availability and accessibility for all, regardless of background, ability, faith or gender.
- Collaborative partnerships with other local schools, organisations and businesses to enhance opportunities for learning and training in order to develop a unique pedagogy for our city.