Preparing your Child for Nursery

It’s time to call Little Land a home away from home! CONGRATULATIONS for instinctively deciding to join the Little Land family and for choosing a home away from home for your children. Whether you are a returning family or new…

Siog and Other Trained Staff with Toddlers at Little Land Nursery

Why is Little Land Nursery nanny-free and how can it benefit your child? Although there may be nannies out there who are naturally good at their jobs, there are more advantages to having well-educated staff members around your child. Being…

Nursery-safety-tips

Whether it be toys or food, children can’t seem to stay away from them. Hence, preventing incidents hazardous to their safety can be extremely challenging. Here are some tips that can help keep your children safe at home and school alike. This approach to learning is what helps make Montessori education one that creates a special bond between parent and child. Learn more about these tips…

Little Land Montessori Centre - Image of Children Playing Cookery

Children learn through play and need new and exciting activities to capture their imagination and improve their skill-set, and yet, it isn’t always easy to come up with new and exciting options that will keep them engaged. Montessori activities are designed to fully engage the child, allowing them a safe place from which to explore and better understand the world and the people around them. The fun thing about Montessori is that things that seem ordinary to us adults are fascinating for children.

Toddlers Holding Musical Instruments and Toys

Familiarity Breeds Content

With nurseries opening their doors to their new students this September, we wanted to offer some first-hand advice on how to make the transition as smooth as possible for you and your little ones. In the following article, we will give you our top tips for settling them in swiftly.