Emma worked as a doctor for ten years whilst having and raising three children. During this time, she saw first-hand the difference between poor and high quality early childhood environments. In particular, she experienced the benefits of Montessori education for her children. Over time, she grew more and more passionate about allowing more children to benefit from Montessori beginnings. She eventually left medicine and became qualified as an early childhood teacher and Montessori 3-6 educator. Together with her team at Young Adventurers, she strives to provide a centre where parents and their children can be happy and content in their experience of quality Montessori education and care.
Last updated 1 Jun 2016
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