Wednesday the 17th - - Lonsdale Nursery
  • Welcome to Lonsdale Nursery

Our aim and objective at Lonsdale Day Nursery is:


1. To provide professional, quality, affordable childcare.


2. To provide a caring, secure and stimulating environment.


3. To help children develop lively, enquiring minds and independence.


4. To encourage children to have a balanced view of the world and an appreciation of the; rich diversity of our multi-cultural society. To encourage them to explore, acknowledge and value differences between themselves and others.


Lonsdale Day Nursery is a private registered day nursery, catering for children from six weeks up to five years. The nursery has 2 sites both situated in a large Victorian houses in a residential area of Hartlepool. The nurseries are centrally located and are close to many of the local primary schools. The buildings retains many of the original features which contributes to the homely atmosphere. There are numerous playrooms which are fully equipped with toys and materials to support the Early Years Foundation Stage. The nurseries also have a fully enclosed outdoor play area. All rooms are well equipped to suit the age and development of the children, and we have computers and printers for our pre-school children. We provide a professional service in very safe and happy surroundings, preparing children for entry into Primary School. We take in children from 6 weeks to 5 yrs of ages -a great asset to parents having two or more children, who wish to work.


A childs' greatest "potential for learning is from 0-5 years of age. These years are the most formative of a childs' life. The staff are dedicated to providing quality care and a stimulating environment for your child. By the time your child is old enough to go to Primary School, he/she will have been taught first stage reading and writing, in a homely, friendly Day Nursery with a solid traditional and educational element to each day.


The nurseries have implemented the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) since September 2008, this allows the children the opportunity to actively learn, to use personal initiative and to problem solve. The EYFS focuses on children's strengths, and thus promotes children's confidence in an environment, which is based on support and encouragement rather than child management.