Our school environment offers an academically enriched atmosphere where the child is free to respond to his or her natural curiosity and desire to learn and grow. The classrooms and materials are designed to stimulate the child’s senses and arouse the child’s inherent curiosity to explore and discover.
The use of Montessori materials help the child engage in activities specifically designed for learning in the areas of Practical Life, Sensorial Materials, Natural Science, Geography, History, Language Skills, Art, Music as well as Social, Emotional and Physical Development. , the child experiences the freedom of learning at his or her own pace, rather than one that has been pre-determined as appropriate for the child’s chronological age. Leadership skills develop naturally.
The Montessori curriculum is divided into six basic areas: