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Serving children ages 2 to 4 years, Little Hands Montessori is located in a modern new-build church in Wimbledon, South-West London (in the Borough of Merton). Little Hands Montessori follows the EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) and upholds the values common to Montessori schools around the world. With fully trained and experienced staff, quality equipment and a nurturing environment, we adhere exclusively to the Montessori philosophy of child education.

Montessori Education for Children ages 2-4 years:
- We offer morning classes 2,3 or 5 days a week during term time only from 9.00 till 1.00.
- Our school follows the EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage)
- We accommodate a total of 16 children in one session

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Address: Wimbledon Methodist Church, Griffiths Road, Wimbledon, London, England SW19 1SP, UK & England
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