Learning Structure And Care

Learning Structure

At Little Leaders we provide a safe, secure and loving environment in which your little learners will flourish into independent, confident children.

Our educational programs takes what we believe to be the best bits from a wide range of instructional methods including but not limited to Reggio Emelia and Maria Montessori.

We offer an all-encompassing way to deal with learning. Every child is an individual and our staff see each minute as a learning opportunity, which can be broadened and created. We offer adaptable settling in for your child and with everyone being one of a kind, we want to ensure and they are ready to investigate their new environment.

The EYFS sets out that children learn through play, at Little Leaders we ensure that each child is allowed to learn through choice play experiences, viewed as individuals and are allowed to accomplish their most extreme limits. Play is essential for children, helping them to understand the world around them and to develop their social and enthusiastic aptitudes in a holistic manner.


We follow the core Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum across the seven areas of learning:

  • communication and language
  • physical development
  • personal, social and emotional development
  • literacy
  • mathematics
  • understanding the world
  • expressive arts and design

To read more about the EYFS, please visit www.foundationyears.org.uk

Childhood in London can often be frenzied, thus in their early years we plan to give them an opportunity to play and make the most of these years, while learning and creating fundamental abilities to set them up for their future.


We strive to ensure that children feel happy and secure when they are with us. We offer an adaptable settling in period, where we work intimately with you and your child to help them get ready for their early years journey. Our schedules are flexible, and take the individual needs of the children into consideration, while likewise offering structure for them to get used to before they begin school at four/five years old.

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