Our Curriculum

Montessori education is a worldwide education system founded at the beginning of the 1900s based on a lifetime research of the very prominent Dr. Maria Montessori. Dr. Montessori was born in 1870 and in 1895 at the age of 25, became the first woman in Italy to obtain the degree of Doctor of Medicine. She went on to develop materials and techniques, which promote natural growth of learning in students – regardless whether children of learning challenged abilities or gifted ones.

What makes a Montessori-based learning stand out from the rest?

The teacher’s role is more of a facilitator to allow children to develop naturally at their own pace.

Views the child holistically, valuing cognitive, psychological, social and emotional development. The focus is on children’s ability to learn by teaching them how to learn.

Child is an active participant in learning, having the freedom to move about respectfully and explore the classroom environment.

Builds a child’s self-discipline from within, making the child understand why he or she has to do something rather than instilling stringent guidelines for the child to follow.

Uses multi-sensory, self-correcting activities.

Children learn by working together, giving them the opportunity to be taught by peers and assume the role of a teacher.

Grace, courtesy and respect and primary values instilled.
Goal is to foster the joy of learning.