We provide transport within a 5 kilometre radius of the school. The transport van has a lady attendant on board for all trips with children.
Montessori guides undergo a rigorous training in accredited Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) centres all across the globe, in order to fulfil the role of managing all aspects of a Montessori environment. They learn the principles and methods to the Montessori approach both theoretically and by intensive practical exposure. In Montessori, educators are referred to as guides, directresses or adults, to emphasize the role of acting as a guide to the children and putting them in touch with their interests rather than instructing them on what to do all the time. Their aim remains to help the child help himself.
Apart from classroom work, there are many other rich outdoor experiences we strive to provide to the children. Field trips to biscuit factories, museums, banks, supermarkets, farmhouses etc. are organised through the year. The children also celebrate various cultural programs and festivities with art and craft work, baking cookies and cakes.
The parent community is engaged in Open Houses through the year that include talks by prominent child psychologists and Montessorians, Material making for the children and exhibitions.
We offer a mid-day healthy snack for all the children. Children staying for a full day’s session bring their own packed lunch.
The Montessori Method offers an environment that fosters independence, self-discipline and social development for your child. It caters to the specific developmental needs of each child and allows them the freedom and accessibility within the environment to explore and learn. Children learn in a mixed age group that offers understanding and respect for one another. The educational needs in a Montessori environment are supported further by a one to one guidance offered by trained Montessori adults to every child.