Our Sister Nurseries

Westoe Village Kindergarten


Westoe Village Kindergarten provides childcare in South Tyneside and is situated on St Georges Avenue, South Shields. We aim to provide children with happiness, freedom, guidance, discipline and kindness in a consistent, secure environment.

Westoe Village Kindergarten has been given an Outstanding grading from Ofsted, their most recent inspection highlighted the nurseries “dedicated and ambitious leadership team”, and also commented that babies and children demonstrate “exceptional levels of engagement in activities” and “excellent levels of respect for one another”.

West Park Kindergarten

West Park Kindergarten has been providing quality childcare in South Shields for the past 15 years. With purpose-built nurseries, fully trained staff and fresh, homemade food, we provide a childcare environment that is safe, exciting and nurturing, to ensure that your children receive the best possible start in life.


Bede Burn Kindergarten

Bede Burn Kindergarten is a privately run day nursery situated on Bede Burn Road in Jarrow and has been open since March 2013. The building has been specially designed to cater for the children and their needs with large indoor and outdoor spaces for the children to learn and play in.

At Bede Burn Kindergarten we aim to provide a happy, secure and caring atmosphere which encourages young children to flourish and grow as learners. Our fully committed and motivated team work very hard to create an atmosphere where children learn through play and exploration.


Rothbury Kindergarten

Rothbury Kindergarten is our leading nursery in Northumberland, where we bring over 17 years of experience that we have gained from our sister Nurseries and use it to provide quality childcare to the Rothbury area. We work in close partnership with the local First Schools to ensure our children get the best possible start to their education.

We aim to provide children with freedom, happiness, guidance, discipline and kindness in a consistent, secure environment. We recognise the emotional needs of children, which include attention, affection, safeguarding, as well as a sense of belonging and personal growth. They need encouragement to learn from experience, the opportunity to explore, investigate and experiment and be given appropriate activities that encourage children to reach their full potential.