One day at school

Our timetable

LMMP welcomes children enrolled full-time from Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The school also offers an optional part-time program for children under 2 years old from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm

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A typical day


Upon arrival, children are invited to change clothes and shoes. First with the help of the teachers then later on by themselves. Giving enough time and space for children to increase their independence is a core value at LMMP.

Working Circle

The uninterrupted working cycle is the time when children are either presented by one teacher a new activity or are free to take by themselves one they already know. Children may also take the time to observe an older child working on a more complex task or take the time to help a friend.


LMMP classrooms include various working areas from which to pick and choose material and build up intellectual, sensorial, creative, emotional, and motor skills. Children can choose to work on their own or in small groups, on a mat on the floor or on a table.

Circle time

Circle time is the perfect time to gather around one teacher who will only be using one language to teach songs, read stories, explain school rules or discuss with children a specific subject.

Outside Playground (indoor in case of high pollution)

Free games are very important for children to put into practice their social skills and assume different roles with their friends. More structured activities are also organized by teachers: dancing, yoga, ballgames...
Big movements allow the children to strengthen their large motor skills and balance.


Lunch is delivered daily by a fully licensed lunch service company. Western and Chinese cuisine alternate with always a staple food, one vegetarian dish, one meat dish, a soup and some fruits. Children are encouraged to try everything before getting more of what they want.

Taking care of oneself

Taking care of oneself and personal hygiene are two very important subjects daily taught to children. Some circle times will also be dedicated to invited medical professionals (dentist, nurse, physiotherapist...) to illustrate the importance of staying healthy

Quiet time

After lunch, and once teeth brushed, children are invited to browse books, read and listen to stories. Younger children will calm themselves before going to nap while older ones will rest before going back to work.


We consider that nap time is essential for children below 4,5 yo. Not only it is rejuvenating for the child, but sleep has been proven to help build up memory and better learning of the notions seen the same morning. Once rested they join their elders in the classroom.

Older children second working cycle

5 yo children who are not napping anymore have a second working cycle. As the group is smaller, this a great opportunity for teachers to guide them to more academic work such as math or writing, making sure that all children going to primary school the next year mastered all the requisite notions.


Just as during the arrival, we promote independence by letting children enough time to prepare themselves, change shoes, clothes and have a harmonious transition from school to home.

Extra-curricular activities

For older children LMMP propose extracurricular activities such as Language, Music, Art, Science or Sports class. Activities are designed to meet the needs of young children and they are piloted either by the school's teachers or by external specialists.


Because we are committed to support children in their development, LMMP also regularly organizes workshops for parents and caregivers. Themes may vary throughout the year from first aid training to non violent communication, or introduction to Montessori’s philosophy, or young children development, nutrition, sleep...