The Montessori approach respects the uniqueness of every child. Each student’s education is tailored to their needs and guided by their own passion and readiness, ensuring that they reach their fullest potential.
Montessori children learn to be self-motivated and keep their classroom environment orderly and tidy without external pressure.
The Montessori classroom is one that gives children influence over his or her environment. With the gentle guidance of teachers, the students learn to use their own resources (and the self-correcting quality of Montessori materials) to complete tasks and solve problems.
The hands-on learning approach means that students don’t just learn concepts and facts, but also practical skills with everyday uses.
Montessori’s emphasis on free exploration, the joy of discovery, and artistic expression reinforces and develops children’s creative spirit.
The Montessori method prepares children to be good members of their communities and global citizens by the example through community outreach and by encouraging helpful and kind behaviour among peers in their multi-age classrooms.
Montessori is a form of active learning that makes room for engaged, physical, and energetic activity, all within a caring environment to promote the physical and mental health of every child.
Montessori children usually start reading by the time they are four years old. This improves learning, boosts self-confidence, and starts their education on the right foot.