Montessori method of education is based on self-directed activity, hands-on learning and collaborative play. In Montessori classrooms children make creative choices in their learning, while the classroom and the highly trained teacher offer age-appropriate activities to guide the process. Children work in groups and individually to discover and explore knowledge of the world and to develop their maximum potential.

Learning Areas

Exercises of practical life/daily living activities-care of self and care of environment

  • Sensorial activities-learning through all 5 senses

  • Language-spoken language, reading and writing

  • Mathematics-number concepts

  • Culture-introduction to geography and science

Highlights of Montessori System of Education

Students learn at their own pace and follow their own individual interest

  • Students teach themselves using materials specially prepared for the purpose

  • Student is an active participant in learning

  • Understanding comes through the child’s own experiences via materials and the promotion of Student’s ability to find things out for themselves

  • Learning is based on the fact that physical exploration and cognition are linked

  • Student can work where he/she is comfortable, move around and talk at will while not disturbing others

  • The teacher works in collaboration with the Students

  • The child’s individual development brings its own reward and therefore motivation

  • Environment and method encourage internal self-discipline

  • Student works as long as he/she wishes on chosen project

  • Uninterrupted work cycles

  • Mixed age groups

  • Shared focus on the acquisition of academic, social, practical and life skills

The child works as if the adult does not exist in the classroom.

Child-Friendly Classroom Design

All furniture, activity areas, and fixtures are child-sized and within easy reach and view to engage and accommodate children comfortably.

Freedom To Learn

Children are empowered to discover and explore the activities that interest them the most and spend as much time on that activity as desired.

Learning Is Child-Centered

Montessori students enjoy a classroom and curriculum designed around their specific needs and abilities that allows them to explore and learn at their own pace and on their own terms.