Welcome to Lincolnshire Montessori

We are an award winning organisation offering childcare and Montessori education from birth to twelve across sites in Caistor and Stallingborough. We pride ourselves on offering a Montessori ethos with a whole attitude of care and respect for young children.

As a parent/carer you will want to make the right choice for your child whatever your requirements. You will want to know that the environment in which your child is cared for and educated has been professionally planned, expertly staffed and will provide opportunities for the development of the whole child.

The youngest children with us at the nursery are nurtured and cared for in safe and stimulating surroundings. Our team have a great deal of skills and experience in young children's all round development. Our aim is to work in partnership with you in these earliest years of your child's life. 

Children at the primary age learn key life skills; independence, accomplishment, a sense of challenge and achievement and the importance of teamwork. Essentially, we follow Maria Montessori's philosophy of "care of self, care of others and care for the environment". 

We encourage you to visit, to see for yourself our exceptional learning environments.

Sylvia Fields              Theresa Ellerby

Director                        Director

Latest updates

Summer Holiday Club 2015

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OfSTED reports

Caistor Nursery

"Lincolnshire Montessori nursery provision totally achieves its aim to provide excellent quality care and education for children..."

Caistor School

"Pupil's spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is exceptional."

Stallingborough Nursery

"Children are making extremely good progress. Pre-school children demonstrate very mature attitudes to self-learning, independence and problem solving..."


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