Childrens Franchises

Do you enjoy working with kids? If you're looking for a childrens franchise, whether in nursery, education, sport or parties, you'll find something of interest on our directory of childrens franchises.

Childrens Franchises

Premier Sport Childrens Franchise

Premier Sport

Premier is the UK’s Number 1 Sport and Physical Activity franchisor and a European Top...

Noodle Performance Arts Childrens Franchise

Noodle Performance Arts

Noodle Performance Arts is an award-winning provider of performing arts, dance classes...

Tutor Doctor Childrens Franchise

Tutor Doctor

Tutor Doctor allows you to join a fast-growth, recession-resistant industry while...

Photography for Little People Childrens Franchise

Photography for Little People

Photography for Little People is an exclusive custom mobile photography studio...


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Information on Buying Childrens Franchises

If you want to run your own business and are good with kids, a childrens franchise could offer you the ideal starting point for your entrepreneurial career.

A childrens franchise is – put simply – a franchise which involves children. After-school sports clubs, kids barbers, childrens party businesses and adventure centres are all examples of childrens businesses. As a franchisee, you would be expected to operate a childrens business under the umbrella of a nationwide network, following the business model of the franchise carefully to ensure the best chances of success.

A background in teaching is not always required, although it can be highly beneficial. Overall, a sense of adventure and an ability to communicate with children is very important. 

If you are running a child care franchise there are a series of legal requirements that you must meet. You can ask the franchisor for more information on what legislation you need to comply with in order to start a child care franchise. The regulatory burden is usually lighter with other forms of childrens franchises, but most of the time you will still need to ensure that you and your staff are CRB checked. Guidance on when CRB checks are necessary can be found on the Disclosure & Barring Service (the new name for the CRB) website.

Our business for sale directory lists hundreds of childrens businesses for sale in the UK. Click on any of the links below to learn more:

Childrens soft play centres for sale

Childrens day nurseries for sale

Childrens clothes shops for sale

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