Miss Merita (Nursery and Pre-School Manager)
Merita is our outstanding manager. Holding a Level 7 qualification in Strategic Leadership and Childcare as well as her Level 5 in Childcare Learning and Development (CCLD) achievement, Merita has accumulated 12 years of experience in childcare successively working at Eaton square school (Chelsea) and more recently at the Little House Nursery (Pimlico & Westminster).
As a trilingual professional, her prior work with the Ministry of Defence as a translator helped her learn the right approaches to understanding the psychological and emotional developments and wellbeing of both children and their careers.
She is the mother of 3 children and has been living with her family in the UK since 1991 in nearby Pimlico. Merita holds British citizenship.
Miss Diana (Deputy Manager):
Diana is a qualified pre-school and primary school teacher with 21 years of experience and worked with babies and children up to 10 years.
As a teacher and room supervisor at the Little House Nursery (Pimlico & Westminster), she practiced the ability to communicate and to develop good relationship with children and their families.
She is trilingual and has recently achieved a degree in International Business Management at Anglia Ruskin University in London.
Mother of 2 children, she has been in the UK since 2016.
Miss Fe (Montessori Educator)
Fe has worked 7 years in the early years sector, including Little House Nursery (Pimlico & Westminster) and was previously a paediatrican nurse.
She is a qualified nursery practitioner and also a certified Montessori educator.
Miss Maggie (Nursery Practitioner)
Maggie has worked 7 years in the early years sector, including Little House Nursery (Pimlico & Westminster)
She is a qualified nursery practitioner.
Miss Alma (Nursery Practitioner)
Maggie has worked 10 years in the early years sector, including Little House Nursery (Pimlico & Westminster) and she is a qualified nursery practitioner.
Miss Ferial (Nursery Cook)
Ferial has worked 7 years in the early years sector, including Little House Nursery (Pimlico & Westminster) and she is a qualified nursery cook.
Mr Takeshi (Dance Therapist)
Takeshi is a Japanese dance artist and a qualified dance movement psychotherapist, specialised in working with children with autism and learning disabilities in the UK and Japan.
Takeshi has a BA in dance and drama from Tamagawa University in Japan and an MA in Movement Psychotherapy from Roehampton University.
Takeshi is currently creating a dance performance using Origami for children under 5 years old and their families supported by Little Big Dance as a commissioned touring artist.
He is also committed in his independent project to work with/for stateless refugee children in Thailand using dance and performance as a tool to empower, nurture and cultivate empathy and meaningful relationship buildings since 2016.
Miss Jemima (Ballet dancing teacher)
Jemima Rose began dancing at the age of six after persuading her parents to take her to the local dance class in Lincolnshire where she grew up. She was soon hooked and since then has trained under various teachers during which time she successfully gained her RAD grades.
At 18 she was privileged to be accepted on the BA (Hons) Ballet Education course at the Royal Academy of Dance where she gained experience teaching and assisting in a variety of ballet schools across London before graduating in July 2013. Since then she has worked with students from age 2-75 teaching both RAD syllabus and free classes in both private ballet schools and nurseries, as well as choreographing festival and show dances for all ages and hosting a number of dance workshops. She also regularly enters children for RAD exams and holds a 100% pass rate .
As well as being principal of The Rose School of Ballet Jemima also teaches in various other schools and nurseries across London.
Miss Felicia (Nutritionist)
Felicia Tejo is a 3rd-year student dietitian at King’s College London with a special interest in paediatrics and early-life nutrition. She believes in the importance of early-life nutrition in promoting growth and good health in children, both in the short and long term.
Felicia assists in designing the menus for each season, aiming at promoting more diversity and exposing children to a variety of different food (including vegetables!), in textures and cuisines.
She is excited to work with Little Agnes Nursery to develop a menu that is nutritious, educational and enjoyable for the children.