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Our Labs 

Some of our Activities

Early childhood education in Italy is renowned all
over the world. The Little Star educational programme
incorporates the best of Italian education based on the Reggio Emilia and Montessori methods. All activities or experiences embarked upon in our school are done so in careful respect of universal ethical values.

Language Lab

English. The universal language for communication.

Human Rights Art. 1:

Spirit of brotherhood

Little Home 

Each and every child has an instinctive awareness of his “nest” where he feels protected and reassured. Our Little Home allows children to simulate the activities of family life in a nurturing environment that they associate with love, protection and reassurance while allowing them space and time to stimulate their thoughts.

Human Rights Art. 17: The right to own property alone as well as in association with others


A magnificent adventure which encourages children to open their minds to the enormity of the universe which surrounds us and transmits a sense of belonging to the human race because we are all the same under the stars.

Human Rights Art. 2:

No discrimination

Ratatouille Lab

Parents join their child and his friends in fun cooking activities. The children are so proud to show their mother and father to all their friends and can discover different international foods.

Human Rights Art. 20 : Free Association

Human Rights Art. 25 : Respect for food

Little Fairy

With a sprinkling of magic dust, our little fairy encourages the children to dream and free their imagination.

Human Rights Art. 22:

Development of personality

Enchanted Lake

The amazing world of life can be seen in our garden.

Human Rights Art. 3:

Right to life


An activity that works with all 5 senses utilising water, the dark and music. Children learn to interact with their emotions, to express themselves freely, also through topological relations that make up the basis of mathematical reasoning.

Human Rights Art. 13: Freedom of movement


Music is among the most direct and inspiring forms of artistic expression.

Human Rights Art.19: Freedom of expression


Children are introduced to international works of art and encouraged to express the emotions these inspire and translate them through arts and crafts.

Human Rights Art. 27: The right to freely participate in the cultural life of the community

Vegetable Patch

Many “hands on” activities teach the children respect for nature and all it emcompasses. Children learn that the love and attention they invest, from the first seed sown, has its rewards!

Human Rights Art. 25: Respect for food

Wishing Well

This is a wonderful place where dreams and fantasies can be expressed.

Human Rights Art. 22: Free development of personality

Hat Box

This is a time and space made up of memories and past values, of sweet times, family photos and transitional objects to be conserved and shared with our friends.

Human Rights Art. 12: Honour, privacy, reputation


The expression of me through the art of acting.

Human Rights Art. 27: Right to artistic production

Human Rights Art.19: Freedom of expression

Dental Hygiene

The value of self-care and the constancy of this care through personal hygiene rituals that teach the child to love his body and perceive it as unique, one in a million.

Human Rights Art. 25: Childhood is entitled to special care

Fine Motor Skills

I feel, I explore, I leave my mark.

Human Rights Art. 6: The right to recognition as a person

Our Mad Hatter

Our Mad Hatter transmit fun and wonder to stimulate the development of each children’s personality because fun is the best way to learn Human Rights.

Human Rights Art. 22: development of personality

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