"Montessori works in every setting for the success of each child" Maria Montessori

Montessori teachers support your child’s development, building the capability to become productive, fulfilled adults who contribute to the world.

Montessori helps parents develop children who are morally, emotionally and behaviourally prepared for the real world.

Our teachers help children follow their interests and passions to develop strong skills in:

  • academics
  • leadership
  • self-discipline
  • responsibility
  • independence and initiative

Your child’s education will be hands-on, self-paced, collaborative and joyful – everything that’s needed to create a lifelong learner and doer.

Look for AMI Montessori teacher certification and you’re ensured that your teacher has been rigorously trained to nurture your child into a capable and connected individual. The mark of a high quality Montessori school is where the entire school supports the teacher in developing your child’s full potential.

We do that with pride at The Children’s House Primary.


The Montessori classroom does not look like any other school. Structured to encourage the child’s participation, the activities are part of a carefully planned, purpose-filled curriculum that starts the first day the child enters the school through to the day they move to Secondary School.

The Montessori environment supports spontaneous learning and discovery and it centres on the individual needs of children. Within this environment, new information is presented when the child is ready.

The aim of Montessori is to help each child ‘Develop to their full potential’ and this is what we aim to do with the children under our care at The Children’s House Primary.

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Overview of our School

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Ages 6-9

Ages 9-12


Address: The Children’s House, Thornhill, Lower Kilmacud Road, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

Phone: +353 (0)1 288 0417