The Old Station Nursery Group is delighted to announce that Little Roos, a group of 3 nurseries based in Buckinghamshire, has joined the group.
Little Roos, previously owned by Kuldip Singh Arora and Raminder Arora, acquired its first nursery in Taplow in 2013. Later in 2017, 2 more nurseries were acquired by Little Roos in High Wycombe and Marlow.
Located in the heart of their respective communities within Buckinghamshire, each of the Little Roos Day Nurseries has a well-established and creditable reputation for providing support to families and quality care to their children.
Commenting on joining the group, Sarah Steel, CEO of The Old Station Nursery Group, commented:
“We are thrilled to welcome Little Roos into The Old Station Nursery Group. We are really looking forward to meeting all of the children, parents and staff members at each of the three nurseries and welcoming them into our nursery family.”
“We are very excited to work with the teams at Little Roos, to learn from them, review best practice and share our group ethos in order to provide the best possible service to all of our families and the very best learning experiences to every child.”
On behalf of Little Roos, Sonia Panchal and Kiran Pandya commented,
“Since 2013, our Little Roos Team has provided outstanding care; a safe and secure, happy and stimulating environment, to help all children develop as confident learners, well prepared for the future. We’re delighted that The Old Station Nursery Group shares our passion for ‘Nurturing the Next Generation’ and will continue to serve our local community.”
Established in 2002 by Sarah Steel, The Old Station Nursery Group currently comprises of 41 nurseries providing 2802 places across Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, Gloucestershire, Kent, Buckinghamshire, London, West Midlands, Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Suffolk and Essex.
Named as the 19th largest nursery group in the UK (Nursery Chains league, March 2021), The Old Station Nursery Group has grown considerably since its first acquisition in October 2019. As Little Roos joins the group, The Old Station Nursery will care for up to 2968 children in 44 nurseries across the UK; with the ambition to expand further and support more families in the near future.
The Old Station Nursery Group joined larger nursery group, La Maison Bleue, in 2019. Founded in 2004 by Sylvain Forestier and Antonia Ryckbosch, a childcare professional, La Maison Bleue has built a strong and innovative educational project and is the leading childcare provider in Switzerland and the third largest provider in both France and Luxembourg.
Photo: [right to left] Kirsty Love, Head of Operational Projects and Transitions at The Old Station Nursery Group, and Raminder Arora, previous owner of Little Roos