Montessori School

----------------The Child who Concentrates is immensely happy----------------

Montessori’s work along with current research, guides us to create and adapt learning spaces to meet the age-appropriate developmental needs of today’s child. Our School offers program for children from birth to 6 years and provides them with innumerable opportunities to discover their true potential. Our environments are carefully prepared to complement the developmental needs of each child and the community as a whole.

All Children Have Absorbent Minds 

They have a phenomenal inborn ability to learn with ease, especially from birth to the age of 6 years, but to reach their full potential their environment must be rich with learning opportunities. On entering the Montessori classroom, your child will instantly be able to choose from a great range of activities appropriate to his stage of development.

Children Have An Inborn Drive To Learn 

Hence the barrage of how and why questions. In the Montessori classroom the teacher does not impose learning on your child but harnesses this desire to learn, guiding your child within a carefully structured environment designed to help him reach his full potential.

Children Learn Through Being Active

Few young children are good at sitting and listening. They learn in an active, concrete way. Most activities are self-correcting, so after being shown once, your child learns through exploring and experimenting with this unique material. From their earliest days in school, children are introduced in a fun and practical way to a far-reaching curriculum including numeracy, literacy, science, history, geography, music, art, games and dance, languages and social skills.

Children Pass Through 'Sensitive Periods' 

These are phases in a child's life when he becomes particularly interested in certain skills, and learning is therefore especially fast and acute. An obvious example is the sensitive period for language development from birth to 4 years. In the classroom your child is given the freedom to choose his activities and therefore can focus on his particular interests until he moves on to his next sensitive period

Montessori is the future & hope of the early child Education

Montessori is the future & hope of the early child Education

School Programs

Pre-Nursery & Nursery

During the kindergarten school year, children’s social and emotional development tends to go beyond making friends and expressing feelings. They start understanding more complicated things like right and wrong. Many 5-year-olds are also likely to do these things: 

  • Have an interest in behaving like their friends and wanting their approval
  • Begin to prefer same-gender friendships; become jealous of other people spending time with “their” friends
  • Follow the rules most of the time; may criticize kids who don’t follow the rules
  • Enjoy being on display; will sing, dance or be silly to get attention

Lower Kindergarden

                  Gross Motor Skills 

Motor skills that involve large-muscle activities (milestones achieved)

  •  More skilled and mobile in second year
  •  Help of caregivers important; cultural variation exists
  •  Learning to walk
  •  Locomotion and crawling
  •  Development of posture
           Fine Motor Skills
  • Gross Motor Skills
  • Emotional Skills
  • Social Skills
  • Creative Development            

Upper Kindergarden

  •  Fine Motor Skills
  • Gross Motor Skills
  • Emotional Skills
  • Social Skills
  • Cognitive skills

The Montessori approach is holistic and aims to develop the whole child. Fundamental to the approach is the belief that a child's early years from birth to six are the period when they have the greatest capacity to learn.

The Montessori teachers allow the children to work at their own pace, giving them time to develop physically, socially, emotionally, intellectually and spiritually in an unhurried atmosphere. There are special Montessori materials for the five main areas of the classroom:

Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Mathematics, Culture