Welcome to Cute Kids Montessori Nursery School

Cute Kids Montessori Nursery School is a privately run Ofsted registered Montessori nursery school. It provides nursery educational care for children ages 3 months to 8 years. It operates from a ground floor semi-detached accommodation, situated in the London Borough of Lambeth.

The accommodation consists of four units where children are grouped together according to their age. 0 to 2 years (baby room); 2- 3 years (Medium toddlers); 2 – 3 years (Upper Toddler room – Montessori); and 3 – 5 years Pre – school- Montessori.

All year session: 51 weeks. Closed 23rd December each year and all bank holiday.

Term Time: 38 weeks of the year. Holiday care is booked in advance and subject to availability at the time of booking. All fees are paid in advance monthly or weekly.

Opening Hours:
Monday – Friday

Sessions: Early start – 7am to 8am.
Morning session: 8am – 1pm.
Afternoon session: 1pm to 6pm.
Late pick up: 6pm to 7pm.

Saturday school: 10am to 5pm (Saturdays only ages 4 – 12 years)

The heart of Cute Kids Montessori Nursery School is our nurturing, well trained, and experienced teaching staff. Our teachers are committed to their profession. Their qualification ranges from Early Years Teacher Degree in Childcare and Education (Level 6), Qualified Teachers Status (QTS), Foundation Degree L 4 or Level 5. Montessori Teacher’s qualification and NVQ/BTEC Level 2/3 in Childcare and Education

Our teachers and nursery nurses provides continuity of care throughout the year. We operate a Key Worker system. Staff are supported in accessing long and short term training. They have regular supervision/appraisals to identify their training needs while support/advice is also offered in other areas.

The nursery staff members hold Paediatrics First Aid, Safeguarding, Health and Safety and Food Hygiene Certificates.

The Montessori Method of education compliments the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework. It was founded by Dr. Maria Montessori, Italy’s first female physician who was interested in how children learn. Dr. Maria Montessori created intriguing materials that invite children to manipulate, explore and cultivate their individual initiative, curiosity and motivation, the key qualities of a life-long learner. Dr. Maria Montessori also understood that the classroom should be carefully arranged to provide freedom to explore and the guidance from a carefully trained teacher. Learning becomes for all children a joyful path on which they are guided by their innate curiosity and delight in discovery.

Studies have confirmed Dr. Maria Montessori’s belief that intellectual skills develop when a child’s learning process stimulates as many senses as possible. Montessori education engages children emotionally as well as physically with intriguing, hands-on materials and appropriately challenging concepts. As they grow through a Montessori education which compliment the EYFS Framework, children develop their aesthetic, artistic sense and learn both what Dr. Maria Montessori called the Practical Life Skills of everyday living as well as the disciplines of language arts, mathematics, science, art, music, geography and history. They become confident and eager learners.