Our curriculum is comprised of a carefully prepared, fun and loving environment that encourages children to learn individually at their own pace. We have a dynamic learning environment with a wealth of concrete, manipulative learning materials that encourage the child to discover and learn during these crucial early childhood years. Montessori teachers are trained to observe each child and put them in touch with things they are most interested in learning; the results are joy, immense satisfaction and excitement about learning.
Multi-Age grouping according to Montessori Philosophy, encourages older children of the environment to faster leadership skills. Both social and intellectual development is enhanced by this method of age grouping. Learning within this diverse group stimulates greater interest and encourages co-operation. The younger child learns through observation of the older child. In addition, the older student has the opportunity to become a leader and reinforce their knowledge as they help their younger friends.
The Toddler Program (18 months upto 3 years) encourages the child’s natural tendency toward sensory exploration and practical life skills necessary for this phase of development. At this age, children achieve control of their bodies, acquire social awareness, physical intellectual and psychological skills and refined language learning. Language learning is one of the vital development areas. In this stage, they are acquiring new words, phrases to say at different situations and are able to communicate and express thoughts and feelings. Expression through the arts helps the child to develop self-expression and satisfy the need for creativity.
As the child progresses, they are introduced to sounds and symbols which lay the ground work for reading and writing in the future they are introduced to.
Most of the countries in the world are using English as their official language. The objective of using English language in the organization is to familiarize the students with the methods of learning Montessori techniques and principles effectively in our country. English language gives our children tools which will help them to succeed in their future endeavors.
The purpose of using English language is to introduce our students to a new language and culture, and to start develop communicating skills.
Arts and Music
Music & Arts are the important parts of curriculum. We advocate teaching the arts because they provide children with a sense of civilization, they foster creativity, they teach effective communication and they provide tools for the critical assessment of what one sees, hears, feels, reads and experiences.
Music represents the formal experiences for the child. Emphasis will be on the development of the child’s voice signing in tune and responding physically to music, children will be encouraged to participate at their own level.
Our school is surrounded by all the green plants and leaves of different species. We encourage our students involvement in trimming, watering, harvesting, gardening, composting and growing. This is the greenhouse of our school.
Nature study gives the child an opportunity to explore their natural world. Our curriculum incorporates Montessori Philosophy of teaching the child about nature and the connection of all living things. We feel children should learn and interact with nature to appreciate its wonders as they secure their place in the world.
Playing outside gives children the opportunity to problem solve and experience their environment in a logical way adding to their ability to be self-reliant. They also learn about their responsibility as caretakers of their environment.
We will work with topics in Plants and Animals, Life Cycle, Gardening, Harvesting, Composting, Weather, and Environment.