We welcome babies into our Nido through a dedicated entrance to ensure the day begins in a calm and familiar way. Our staff will help your baby settle into the day with a happy, gentle routine with songs and varied play opportunities. 

Our Nido provides a wide variety of activities to support your child’s holistic development, including gross motor, fine motor, language, art appreciation, music, healthy weaning, and the foundations for self-discipline!

We have special indoor and outdoor spaces where your baby is free to explore our unique Montessori play equipment.

Our indoor space includes: baby stairs, brachiation frame, kiosk with bars, low furniture for cruising, pull up bars and weaning tables and chairs. We also have areas for language, music and fine motor skill activities.

Each morning and afternoon we spend time observing your child and making detailed notes so we can present activities that support their current developmental needs.

Montessori education is focused on helping children develop the ability to think independently, make choices and focus on one activity at a time. This begins in the Nido with highly-trained staff and a comprehensive timetable of engaging activities. 

Our outdoor space has an all-weather cover and activities including: foam climbing blocks, tunnel, balls and beanbags, songs and stories.


Meet the Staff


Has been teaching early year’s children for over 13 years in both England and Ethiopia. She holds a degree in Marketing and speaks Amaric and English fluently. Judy currently teaches in our Nido environment and is experienced teaching children age birth to 4. 


Studied at the University of Social Science and Humanities in Croatia and holds a Master’s degree in Pedagogy and Sociology. She holds additional trainings which includes paediatric first aid, basic child protection, food hygiene and safeguarding children.


Has been working in Montessori Nurseries for the last 6 years. 3-6 Assistant certificate trained (AMI), Cache Level 3 in Early Years.  She has also undertaken additional training which includes paediatric first aid, basic child protection, food hygiene, safeguarding children. Ana is a singer and often plays guitar and ukulele for children. 


Early Childhood Studies L4, Spain. She has worked with children aged between 3 months and 2 years.