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Offering playful learning experiences for ages 6 weeks to 6 years old.

After receiving training in science and medicine, Dr. Maria Montessori developed her educational practices through scientific observation and experimentation. She observed that children of different ages have distinct needs and tendencies, leading her to conclude that educational methods and practices should vary accordingly. Given that a child's body and mind develop differently within each age group, the specific educational methods must also differ. However, despite these variations, any visitor can observe consistent features across the curriculum.

Educating the whole child

Our four programs aim to challenge students so that they are able to fulfil their potential.


6 weeks to 18 months old


18 months to 2.5-3 years old

Pre Primary

2 to 4 years old


3 years to 6 years old

Our Proven Curriculum

At the core of Montessori education is a curriculum known as Cosmic Education. This approach is designed to provide an integrated and thematic exploration of the physical universe, the world of nature, and the human experience. It seeks to offer students a deep understanding of their place in the world, and how all aspects of the universe are interconnected. Through this curriculum, students are encouraged to explore their environment, ask questions, and develop a lifelong love of learning.

Practical Life

The cornerstone.

The cornerstone of the Montessori environment is the Practical Life curriculum. This series of lessons serve as the foundation for all other areas of the classroom and is presented as the child’s initial introduction to the prepared environment. By engaging in Practical Life exercises, students gain essential skills such as order, concentration, and coordination, which are necessary for success in later areas of the curriculum. As such, the Practical Life curriculum is a crucial aspect of the Montessori approach to education.


An intentional effort process.

Every individual possesses a mathematical mind by nature. It is an innate quality that we are born with, rather than something that we create ourselves. However, this aspect of our intellect needs to be brought into consciousness through intentional effort. In a Montessori classroom, children are given exercises that enable them to prepare for the emergence of their mathematical mind. These exercises are designed to awaken their innate ability to recognize patterns, classify objects, and solve problems. Through this approach, Montessori education helps to foster a deep and lasting appreciation for mathematics in kids.


Develop a deeper understanding with the environment.

The sensorial area of the Montessori classroom provides children with tools to create distinct concepts and classifications for the sensory information they have acquired. By engaging with sensory materials, the child can isolate and emphasize one quality at a time, which helps to bring order to their mind. These activities enable students to develop a deeper understanding of their environment, and they learn to appreciate the subtleties and nuances of the world around them. Through this approach, the sensorial area helps to sharpen children’s sensory perception and facilitates their cognitive development.

Cultural Activities

Engage natural curiosity

The cultural curriculum in the Montessori program encompasses a wide range of subjects, such as art, biology, geography, history, music, science, and foreign languages. In the primary program, children are introduced to these cultural areas through a variety of activities and experiences. These activities are designed to engage students’ natural curiosity and promote their love of learning. By exploring various cultural topics, children gain a broader perspective of the world around them and learn to appreciate different cultures and ways of life. Through this approach, the Montessori program fosters students’ intellectual development while encouraging their emotional and social growth.


Engage natural curiosity

At the heart of the Montessori language curriculum is a set of exercises that are designed to facilitate the child’s natural language development process. By engaging in these activities, children can enhance their language skills and deepen their understanding of spoken and written language. Typically, by the age of three, children have already acquired the fundamental skills of spoken language. Therefore, the language exercises offered in the Montessori classroom serve to reinforce and expand upon these skills, helping children to further refine their abilities and explore the nuances of language.

"To assist a child we must provide him with an environment which will enable him to develop freely."

- Maria Montessori

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