The Meadows Montessori Independent School
(for children from 3 to 16 years of age)
Our curriculum follows the ethos and teaching methods of Maria Montessori.
We aim to provide each child with an individual learning experience, enabling them to learn at their own pace within an environment that has been designed to nurture and encourage their independence and self-confidence.
Why choose our school?
At a time when our UK education system appears to be concerned only about academic results - we pride ourselves on our attention to your child's well-being and happiness. Using the Montessori ethos, we follow each child. We plan for their core subjects individually, and they move along the curriculum at their pace. Right from the beginning in Dragonflies we encourage our children to be independent, not only with life skills, but also with their own learning and journey through the curriculum, so that by the time they leave high school, they are ready to take the next step in their future.
Your child is not just a 'pupil' but an important and valued member of our school's community. We are proud of the children's academic achievements, but know that these only happen when we look after the 'whole child's' needs.
When your child joins our school, the whole family becomes part of our community.
My name is Sam Sims and I am the Proprietor and Head Teacher of The Meadows Montessori Primary School. I have been working in education for over 30 years and after successfully running Willow Park Montessori Day Nursery since 2002, I opened The Meadows in 2008. I am passionate about Montessori Education and would love to share my school with you. You are very welcome to contact myself or my Business Administrator Jo, so we can discuss further the requirements for your child.
We are David Green and Matt Sims, the Head Teachers of the High School at The Meadows that opened in September 2020. We are experienced English and Mathematics teachers who with our team have a desire to offer a more child-centred, Montessori education for high-school aged students.