We have an enthusiastic team of teachers who are passionate, hardworking and very well qualified. We value their individual skills, talents and ideas that each member brings to our team. The cultural and linguistic diversity of our teachers helps support our many bilingual children and those with English as an additional language. Our qualified Montessori teachers aim to bring out the unique personality of each individual child, to develop their self-confidence, sense of security and order in a totally child-cantered environment. All our teachers have their Pediatric First Aid qualifications. Teachers regularly attend MCI and local authority training courses to update their professional development.
Lucy has worked with children and families from the local area for nearly 30 years. She graduated from Norland Nursery Training College in 1987. Both her daughters attended Ladbroke Square, and it was whilst her younger daughter was still a pupil that she joined the teaching team in 2003. Lucy has received comprehensive training from MCI Montessori over her years at Ladbroke Square, and just completed a degree in Early Years development and education, she lives locally with her family.
Joined LSMS in 2007 and has embarked on the Early Years Foundation degree. Lula has been a strong member of the nursery and held the position of deputy head for 2 and a half years until taking up her degree. Lula is a key member of our team and brings passion, empathy and humor into the classroom. Lula speaks Polish with some Russian and enjoys Polish dancing and long walks.
Started at LSMS in April 2009. Nikki has more than 12 years experience working with chidren and also having a child of her own has strengthened her knowledge and understanding of being both a teacher and parent. Nikki brings great enthusiasm into the classroom, she enjoys spending time with her family and travelling. Nikki speaks Portuguese and conversational Spanish..
Started with us in 2014. After graduatiing from art school, Clio has worked at various art and drama workshops. It was these workshops that she realised how much she enjoyed working with children. Clio enjoys all things creative.
After completing her teaching practice at Ladbroke Square, Sefi was offered a role as teacher in 2015 and she has begun to study for her Early years Foundation degree. Sefi has always had a strong desire to work with young children, having a very strong affinity to her three younger siblings. Sefi loves to dance and perform and often takes our school assemblies.
Jo started working at Ladbroke Square in 2012 after completing her teaching practice with us. She has been a strong member of our team, and is supporting Lucy as Deputy Head. Jo understands some Mandarin and is fluent in Cantonese and enjoys travelling and photography.
Thea started her teaching career at Ladbroke Square in 2015, but has been working with children for over 3 years. Thea found an affinity with the Montessori paedagogy. When not teaching Thea enjoys walking her dog on Primrose Hill or travelling and visiting her family.
Clara joined the Ladbroke Sqaure team in 2014 and brings with her a background infine art. Clara has a real affinity with the children and her calm and passionate nature inspires the children. Clara speaks French and enjoys traveling and visiting her family in South Africa.
Minoo has a real passion for Montessori and imparting this enthusiasm with the children. Minoo has been a member of our team since 2011. When not at school Minoo enjoys travelling and learning about new cultures, which have enriched the classrooms.
Anna began her Montessori educational journey in 2009 as a student teacher at Ladbroke Square. It is here that her love and understanding of the Montessori method flourished. Anna always knew that she wanted to work with children in some capacity. Anna is our SEND Coordinator.
Lucy started her teaching career at Ladbroke Square in 2014. Lucy has a real affinity with the children and her calm nature helps the children settle well into school life.
Camille started working at Ladbroke Square in September 2016, after completing her teaching practice with us. Camille has always been passionate about working with children, she is very close to her yournger siblings and cousins. Camille speaks French and enjoys both travelling and visiting her family in France.
Maja started at Ladbroke Square in January 2016 as a student teacher. Maja is warm hearted and caring, she has a strong affection and dedication to the children and will always give her up-most. When not working with children Maja is also studying to become a naturopathic nutritionist and yoga teacher, which will further benefit in her work with children. Maja speaks Croatian and Hebrew, she loves to travel visiting her family in sunny Dubrovnik.