Our programmes are divided into four groups. Programmes for each age group focus on preparing the child for the next level and our low teacher:child ratios are designed for optimal learning. All of our activities are guided by a respect for the teacher, a respect for other children and a respect for the materials.
Creative Integrated Program
Creative play and Fun learning
The Montessori method offers a nurturing, non-competitive learning environment which aims to meet the individual needs of each child in his physical, social, emotional and intellectual development. With the environment as an important element, classrooms are well planned to avoid overcrowding and everything is child sized and child-friendly.
Benefits of the Montessori Methodology
Practical Life Exercises
in Montessori are designed to be purposeful work that lead the child to an understanding of his environment. The Practical Life Area of the classroom encompasses: Care of Self, Care of Environment, Grace and Courtesy and Control of Movement.
This practices enables the child to classify, order and describe sensory impressions in relation to sizes, length, width, texture, temperature, mass, colour, smell and sound through his senses and enable the child studies his environment.
Language and Art
In a Montessori Language Area consists of Spoken Language, Enrichment of Vocabulary, Written Language, Area of Reading, Function of Words and Language Extension provides the child with many forms of language to help satisfy his desire to clearly communicate and more fully adapt to his culture.
Learning Mathematical concepts in a Montessori environment begins concretely and progresses towards the abstract. They are developed from simple to complex. The unique beauty of Math materials enable the child to internalize concepts of number, symbol, sequence, operations, and memorization of basic facts.
Introduces children to the physical world that surrounds them, providing them the opportunity to explore real things, and learn the scientific names for plants and animals. Areas studied include Geography, Zoology, Botany, Physics, Earth Science and Social Studies.