Our Programmes

Our programmes are divided into two groups: Montessori Playgroup and Montessori Junior. Programmes for each age group focus on preparing the child for the next level and our low teacher : child ratios are designed for optimal learning. All of our activities are guided by a respect for the teacher, a respect for other children and a respect for the materials.

The Montessori method offers a nurturing, non-competitive learning environment which aims to meet the individual needs of each child in his physical, social, emotional and intellectual development. With the environment as an important element, classrooms are well-planned to avoid overcrowding and everything is child-sized and child-friendly.

2 months to 2.5 years old

The Montessori Playgroup programme is offered to children aged 19 months to 2.5 yeas. It is divided into three programmes – Infants (2 months – 12 months), Pre-toddlers (13months to 18 months) and Toddlers (19 months – 2.5 years). The core-curriculum in the infant and pre-toddler stage focuses on aspects such as caregiving, play and attachment. The toddler programme is designed to foster cognitive, speech and language development, strengthen fine motor skills, grace and courtesy and promote independence.

2.6 to 6 years old

The Montessori Junior programme covers children aged 2.6 years to 6 years. It’s divided into two phases – Nursery (2.6 to 4 years) and Preparatory (4 to 6 years). Each programme builds on the one before it, providing challenges appropriate to both age and skill levels. In the nursery stage, students build their strength on Language, mathematics, spatial learning, self-discovery, music, and art are all incorporated into our approach. The curriculum for our preparatory classes has been structured to foster the development of lifetime cognitive skills and to prepare children for formal schooling.

2 months to 2.5 years old

The Montessori Playgroup programme is offered to children aged 19 months to 2.5 yeas. It is divided into three programmes – Infants (2 months – 12 months), Pre-toddlers (13months to 18 months) and Toddlers (19 months – 2.5 years). The core-curriculum in the infant and pre-toddler stage focuses on aspects such as caregiving, play and attachment. The toddler programme is designed to foster cognitive, speech and language development, strengthen fine motor skills, grace and courtesy and promote independence.

2.6 to 6 years old

The Montessori Junior programme covers children aged 2.6 years to 6 years. It’s divided into two phases – Nursery (2.6 to 4 years) and Preparatory (4 to 6 years). Each programme builds on the one before it, providing challenges appropriate to both age and skill levels. In the nursery stage, students build their strength on Language, mathematics, spatial learning, self-discovery, music, and art are all incorporated into our approach. The curriculum for our preparatory classes has been structured to foster the development of lifetime cognitive skills and to prepare children for formal schooling.