Term Dates: New World Schools
Staff Ratio

The teachers at New World Montessori are qualified to the highest level of NVQ 3, 4 and are Montessori trained.

2 - 3 year olds:
There is a ratio of one teacher to every four children.

3 - 5 year olds:
There is a ratio of one teacher to every eight children.

As part of the Government Grant Funding Scheme, we are eligible to apply for funding for all 3 and 4 year olds who attend New World Montessori Nursery Schools

Term Dates 2021 / 22
Please note that the nurseries will be closed on bank holidays and public holidays.

Autumn 2021 Term Dates:
Tuesday 7th September 2021 – Friday 17th December 2021
(Half Term: 25th October – 5th November 2021)

Spring 2022 Term Dates:
Wednesday 5th January 2022 – Friday 1st April 2022
(Half Term: 14th – 18th February 2022)

Summer 2022 Term Dates:
Tuesday 19th April 2022 – Friday 15th July 2022
(Half term: 30th May – 3rd June 2022)

NB: All terms dates can be subject to change. Parents will be notified of any changes.

Opening Hours

The Nursery School opens at 9.15am Monday to Friday.
Morning sessions finish at 12.30pm.

Afternoon sessions at the Saint Barnabas Millennium Church Hall, Pitshanger Lane, starts at 12.30pm Monday to Friday and finishes at 3.30pm.

At St. Peters Church there are extended day facilities three times a week where children can stay for lunch.

Parents are advised not to bring children earlier than 9.15am in the mornings unless it is by arrangement, as staff will be setting up Nursery for the day's work.


Detailed records will be kept of each child to enable the curriculum to be adapted to his/her specific requirements.

Should you have any queries or concerns about your child, this will be discussed during parent/teacher meetings with a written report given at the end of each term.


All fees are due on or within two weeks of each term. No deduction of fees can be made for absence due to illness or holidays taken during the school term. For a full list of fees please contact the Principal.


Children help themselves to a variety of fruit and vegetable laid out at the snack table throughout the day. They can even make their own jam and butter sandwiches. This will encourage their independence at an early age. We do not offer juice, as we like to encourage children to drink milk.

Collection of Children

The Nursery must be informed if anyone other than a known person will be collecting your child. Children will NOT be released to an unknown person.


All matters of unacceptable behaviour will be dealt with kindly but firmly, in keeping with the Montessori philosophy of developing self-discipline and self-esteem. Should the behaviour persist, we will discuss matters with the child's parents/guardians as appropriate. Positive behaviour will be consistently encouraged.


All the Nursery's policies are available on request.


The uniform at New World Montessori is a simple sweatshirt and polo shirt bearing the Nursery's logo. These may be purchased directly from Juniper on Pitshanger Lane, Ealing.