Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How can I register my child at Vision Montessori?
Thank you very much for your interest in Vision Montessori!
We encourage all parents to first book a visit to the school with their child to experience the stimulating Montessori learning environment. Next, please request to be sent the Admission and Registration forms by completing the
We will then offer your child a place immediately or at another proposed date of admission, providing there is a space at Vision Montessori at the desired time.
Do you accept Nursery Education Grant (NEG) Government funding?
Yes, as Vision Montessori is part of the Ealing Council for Early Years Grants scheme, we offer places to children eligible for NEG funding. Under the current scheme:
1. All 3 and 4 year olds are eligible for 15 hours of Government funding per week.
2. You could be eligible for 30 hours of Government funding per week (5 full days of 9:15am-3:15pm at Vision Montessori.
To check which funding scheme you are eligible for, please visit:
Please also note, spaces at Vision Montessori are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Do you offer snacks and/or lunch for children?
All children attending the morning session are provided with a healthy snack.
All children attending the afternoon session (or full day session) are asked to bring in a packed lunch, subject to certain
dietary requirements at the school. The school can offer lunch for children at an additional cost.
Do you offer sibling or referral discounts?
Yes, please get in touch with our team to learn more.
Do you accept childcare vouchers?
Yes, we do accept childcare vouchers from a number of providers.
To confirm that Vision Montessori accept vouchers from your provider, please
get in touch with us.
How can I keep updated with my child's progress at school?
Our qualified Montessori directresses have regular meetings with parents/guardians of children at the end of the school day to discuss what activities the child has been doing. Along with this, if a parent would like to discuss their child's progress in further detail, we encourage them to book a meeting with the child's key worker.
Also, along with providing termly reports, we are beginning to send photos and/or videos of the child's activities to their parent/guardian.