About us

Our History

Montessori Village was born in Madrid in 2011 and today we are a network of nursery schools based on Montessori pedagogy. We cover the stages of Nido (0 to 18 months), Infant Community (18 to 36 months) and Children’s House (3 to 6 years).

We follow the principles of the Association Montessori Internationale (AMI), which has maintained the quality standard of the pedagogy since its foundation in 1929.


The mission of Montessori Village is to achieve a comprehensive and accessible education for all children under the Montessori methodology, applying bilingualism, within the framework of the values ​​that we promote; promoting their intrinsic curiosity for learning, guiding them towards the development of abilities and skills, to achieve people who are prepared to live in a global world and contribute to changing it for the better, with the support and accompaniment of our community of families.


We plan to achieve a network of Early Childhood, Primary and Secondary education schools that have as pillars the Montessori methodology, bilingualism and respectful teaching; becoming the national reference – and international projection – in this type of teaching, to achieve students who are prepared to live in a global world and contribute to changing it for the better.


  • Quality of service
  • Competence of our staff
  • Familiar, calm and safe environment
  • Confidence in the child’s abilities
  • Respect for the uniqueness of each child Social and ecological awareness

María Montessori said at the time: “the objective of early education should be to activate the child’s natural desire to learn.” We share this vision towards childhood. In traditional education, some values ​​and ways of approaching teaching have been lost to a certain extent, making it mechanistic and repetitive. We make students protagonists of their own learning, and we guide them towards it in an individualized, natural and respectful way. Our students learn to make decisions, explore and investigate.

The traditional classroom does not adjust to the changing needs of our society. However, the Montessori method has been scientifically designed and tested for decades around the world. It is a way of understanding teaching and also life. It works.

“The most important thing for a child’s development is not the amount of information that can be put into their brain during their first years. What is crucial is whether we are able to help them develop a diverse set of qualities, including perseverance, self-control, curiosity, conscientiousness, determination and self-confidence”

–– P .Tough