As part of our Eco-House philosophy,
Learning Stars aims to provide children
with the highest quality fresh, wholesome
and nutritious vegetarian food, which will
be organic whenever possible.
Learning Stars Montessori is a new state of
the art nursery, which opened in May 2016. The nursery is housed in one of the oldest buildings in Wembley, rumoured to once belong to Sir Ian Watkins, who was one of the great visionaries of his time and chief engineer of the Metropolitan Line. Our team has worked hard to fully restore and upgrade the Victorian era house, to transform the building to embrace modern technologies, but retain the character of its history, and to create a warm, welcoming and inclusive space for babies, toddlers and children up to the age of 6.
Learning Stars' intentions for the building is to make it an Eco-House.
We have placed great efforts in upgrading
the building with environmentally friendly,
natural and recycled materials, and investing
in renewable energies such as a Ground Source Heat Pump to supply all our heating and hot water. We will also be investing in solar panels and some green roof space. The Eco-House will not only be a positive environment for children to grow, but make them participants at an early age for our shared role in protecting the environment and supporting the government’s initiatives in reducing our carbon footprint (Policy Energy Efficiency in Building
Learning Stars aims to be a facility that is always providing the highest quality of equipment, learning materials, food, care for children and early years education.
Our wish is that Learning Stars will provide a second home for the children to thrive in, and will nurture their development holistically, through the child-led principles of Montessori. Being a Montessori setting, children with any specific difficulties in their background or learning are welcome to join the Learning Stars Family.
The Montessori approach promotes an inclusive method for catering Special Educational Needs (SEN) learners.