About us

      At Seafield Montessori School we provide a warm, frieendly and loving environment where your child can relax and feel safe. You will have peace of mind that comes from knowing that a competent and highly qualified team are looking after your child when you leave your them in our school 
All teaching materials are approved Montessori materials when used in a Montessori envieonment will enrich your child's experience giving them respect and freedom to develop within a supportive environment. 
Our staff are all fully trained Montessori teachers. We also offer a place to Montessori students in order to gain experience during their training period. 
The play area is bright, safe. secure and encclosed and has an all weather safety surface.
The children are encouraged to assist in planting, maintaining and enjoying the produce from the herb and vegetable gardens. Wildlife spotting is introduced into the educational environment with frog and bird spotting. Fruit and vegetable picking, in season, is actively encouraged and explained. 
Each child should bring a nutritious light lunch to school. It is suggested that lunches should consist of a small sandwich, a piece of fruit or yogurt and a small carton of juice, water or milk. We discourage crisps, sweets, cakes and fizzy drinks.
We request that each child brings a pair of slippers to wear while in school.
In order to keep your child's clothes clean and free from food and paint spills it is our policy that children wear the school smock.
All children must be fully toilet trained before commencing school.
As this is more likely your child's first time to be seperated from their parent for any length of time, we aim to make this seperation as smooth and happy as possible. In order to achieve this you are welcome to visit the school with your child before the big day.
We also suggest that they attend our summer school as this has proved to be a great benefit in settling in.
If during the settling in period we feel that your child is fretting it is our policy to contact the parent.