Our team go through an extremely rigorous and careful selection process. They are formed by some of the best bilingual teaching professionals in Sao Paulo, who are specialized in a series of fields such as: bilingualism, literacy, psychopedagogy, psychomotor development, neuroscience, among others.

In addition to their background and theoretical foundation, they are all fluent in English and have specific experience in bilingual education.


Tiny People permanently invests in the continuing education of our team through weekly training meetings and offers courses taught by professionals from various specialties, making a valuable contribution to teaching practice.


Deyse has a degree in Education, a postgraduate degree in Montessori Method from Montessori School of São Paulo, a specialization in Psychomotricity at ISPGAE with Professor Beatriz Loureiro, and in School Management at PUC-SP.

With over 45 years of experience in the field of education, Deyse is a reference in children’s universe and advocate of free play.

Carla has been working for 30 years in the area of EducatCarla has been working for 30 years in the area of Education. She holds a degree in Social Communication from ESPM and a postgraduate degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD).

She is vice-chair of governors of the Middle Park Primary School Board, which she has served since 2012, and she is also responsible for Tiny People´s international relations.


Our team is coordinated by Bruna Ribeiro, who has 20 years of experience in bilingual early childhood education.

Bruna has a degree in Pedagogy from Faculdade Anhembi Morumbi and a Masters degree in Training for Trainers from PUC-SP.

Her passion for education took her to several countries such as: Italy, Finland, Hungary, Scotland, Germany, United States, Nigeria and Argentina to carry out in-depth courses on early childhood education, Reggio Emilia and Emmi Pikler approaches, Pedagogical Coordination, Montessori Method, Pedagogy of Nature, among others.


Tiny People occupies two houses totalling 1,300m2 of smart and creative spaces that meet the characteristics and needs of each age group.

Together they are comprised of:

  • 7 playgrounds – 1 of them exclusive to Tiny 1
  • Fruit tree garden
  • 2 splash zones
  • Solarium / Outdoor classroom
  • 2 libraries
  • 1 psychomotricity room
  • 1 art & movement room (multipurpose room)
  • 2 art studios and STEAM room
  • Exclusive nap roomMake-believe room
  • 2 vegetable patches
  • Toboggan to link classrooms and playground
  • Climbing wall
  • Sensory Wall and Water Wall.

Cleanliness and organization are featured at Tiny People. Our support staff constantly work to ensure our premises are always very well kept and clean, enabling children to acquire important habits for their family, academic and professional lives.

The school also has a security system with camera monitoring and trained professionals to ensure the children’s health and safety as well as their welfare.