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Welcome to Montessori Early Education Taringa.

If you would like to join our waitlist, please visit out Waiting List Page.

Our centre is a Long Day Care and Kindergarten centre which offers your child the opportunity to develop at their own pace in a stimulating and caring environment where your child can feel safe and have fun learning.

I have owned and operated the centre for over 13 years and every day you will see me thoroughly enjoying myself as I teach children in the classroom alongside our beautifully natured educators.

To stay up to date with our latest events, you can download a copy of our 2018 Calendar.  And, if you would like to get to know our Montessori Curriculum and activities in more detail, please review our Parent Handbook.

At Montessori Early Education Taringa, we tirelessly pursue our three key value areas; safety, intimacy and academics.

We operate between 7.30am and 6:00pm and cater for children from 15 months to 5 years old. We are located at number 5 Woolley Street, Taringa, with plenty of parking in a quiet street.

We cater for 43 children across 3 classrooms and being a small centre, we provide fantastic opportunities for developing close relationships with all children and staff while providing a familiar and intimate environment.

We are a fully approved Long Day Care and Kindergarten providing all eligible families an access to the Child Care Rebates/Subsidies along with access to our Queensland Govt. approved Kindergarten program!

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your visit to our website and please feel free to contact our centre at any time on 07 3378 4269 with any enquiries that you may have.

Janet Stania

Approved Provider

Photos of our Montessori Program

Latest Updates

Monthly Journal, April 2018- Monet, Michelangelo and Mozart Class

Dear Parents and Caregivers, The month of April was eco-conscious with Earth Day and our three classes paid a tribute to Anzac Day by making red poppies. We hope everyone had a good break during the two public holidays on Easter and Anzac Day. Monet Class: We followed the children's interest in sea animals, so we did sea animals themed

Monthly Journal, March 2018- Monet, Michelangelo and Mozart Class

Dear Parents and Caregivers, March went by quickly with the Harmony Day and Easter festivities. Thank you to those families who shared their culture with us; it's on these special occasions that we realise how small and well connected our world actually is! Monet Class: The first week we focused on introducing new materials to our children. The materials were

Monthly Journal, February 2018- Monet, Michelangelo and Mozart Class

Dear Parents and Caregivers, February was a very culturally-oriented month with our annual visit by the First Nations tutor from Ngutana-Lui Aboriginal and Straight Torres Islander Cultural Studies Centre, and the Chinese New Year week right after. A warm thank you again to all the parents who came to present China, its culture and traditions! Monet Class: In the beginning of

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