Enrolling from 6 weeks and above
18 months to 3 years
Ages 3 years to 4 years
Ages 4 years to 6 years
What is the Montessori Philosophy?
Montessori education is considered one of the most effective programs in producing long-term school success. The Montessori methods give the child a concrete foundation for the understanding of concepts and abstractions and a refinement of his/her senses.
The Montessori Philosophy
The Montessori philosophy focuses on the development of the whole child. It is based on the concepts developed over 100 years ago by the Italian physician and educator, Dr. Maria Montessori. The Montessori education is premised upon the following basic elements: A highly skilled educator, respects the child through individualized education, sequenced learning through specially designed hands-on materials, and a child-oriented prepared environment. Montessori believes all children are born intelligent; they simply learn in different ways and progress at their own pace. Montessori inspires children toward academic excellence and nurtures the curiosity, creativity, and imagination hidden within every human being. While nurturing the child’s natural talents and intellect, Montessori educators give great concern with a child’s emotional development and character.
A day in Montessori education
Montessori children work within a written study plan for the day or week. Each plan lists the basic tasks the student need to complete, while allowing them the time they need for the task and the freedom to choose the order in which they will complete the work. Students are then free to explore topics that capture their interest and imagination and share them with their classmates