Our school and pedagogy takes its name from one of the first female doctors of Italy, Maria Montessori (1870 – 1952).
In the early 1900's, Maria Montessori, began to develop her pedagogical approach, which is based upon the scientific studies of philosophy and education.
Since then, Montessori schools have spread little by little to every continent. Today there are over 22,000 Montessori schools around the world.
Maria Montessori was a visionary and her pedagogy rests perfectly adapted to our modern era. After more than a century of success with children from all around the world, this pedagogy is still today, more than ever, a model for its approach and principles :
Our primary mission is to accompany the child in his inner development therefore becoming a confident and responsible adult.
Our school proposes the Montessori Method set in the bilingual context of French and English. Our approach centres on the child in the following ways :
Our pedagogical objectives are :
Each child arrives in our school with their own linguistic background. Our pedagogical programme is delivered in accordance with the individual ability of each child.
Every child works in unison and cooperation with their peers while focusing on their own development. It is important to respect their background, their personality and their own rhythm. Through our personalised pedagogical practice we offer consistent attention to the development of each child
We request our families to respect the fundamental principles of the Montessori pedagogy.
With this in mind we aim to promote communication between parents and staff, so as to ensure the necessary coherence between school and home life.
We propose :