- What is Montessori?
- Why should I choose a Prime Montessori School?
- What are your teacher’s qualifications?
- Do you wear uniforms?
- Do you take students who have not been in a Montessori classroom before?
- What happens when my child goes to a non-Montessori School or a public school when they leave a Prime Montessori School?
- Is the school a “nut-free” environment (i.e. no peanuts, almonds, etc)?
- If I am interested in enrolling, what is the next step?
- If the school is full of enough space, playground, playing materials, well-managed classrooms, hygienic kitchen, cleanliness and tidiness?
What is Montessori?
View this short video to learn more about the Montessori philosophy and teaching principles.
Why should I choose a Prime Montessori School?
Our School offers a genuine, Classical Montessori Curriculum delivered by a group of world-class, MOE/PMTC/NECC certified Montessori Directress (teachers) in newly built, modern facilities equipped with comprehensive Montessori learning materials for our children. Prime Montessori school is operated with the highest standards of excellence to ensure each child receives the very best education. To see what really makes Prime Montessori school different, view this video and see for yourself.
What are your teacher’s (Directress) qualifications?
The quality of Montessori education that your child will experience is directly related to the knowledge, understanding and inherent ability of the classroom, directress to effectively create a rich and comprehensive environment. As such, all primary directresses at our school is certified by at least one of the followings:
- District Education Office (DEO)
- Pokhara Montessori Training Centre (PMTC)
- Nepal (NECC)
Directress who have been certified by any of the above have undergone an extensive and thorough training program whereby they have made an extra ordinary commitment in time, effort and finances to become certified. These dedicated professionals are trained to recognized. These dedicated professionals are trained to recognize and meet each child’s individual needs using the Montessori philosophical principles and techniques.
Do you wear uniforms?
Yes, uniforms are important part of our school. The dress code / uniform policy has been established to help create a positive school climate. Uniforms emphasize standards of neatness in grooming, uniformity in our school’s image and pride in our school. As such, it is important that each child arrives in his/her proper uniform with the exception of scheduled, non-uniform days. Please refer to the uniform policy in our enrollment package for more information.
Do you take students who have not been a Montessori classroom before?
Yes, we like to give every child the opportunity to be successful in our school and we do admit children who have not had Montessori previously. We have often observed children coming from other childcare facilities to adopt readily to a Montessori-based classroom environment.
What happens when my child goes to a non-Montessori school or a public school when they leave a Prime Montessori School?
As parents of children who have had firsthand experience in this transition, we find that they are very successful and demonstrate higher level of performance while adapting to a new environment. It is a new situation, with a new set of rules and once they learn what the expectations are they adapt readily and become high performers. Academically, children are well prepared for any other type of school setting. Montessori education gives children the gift of “the love of learning” and it enables children to continually ask questions and seek answers.
Is the school a “nut-free” environment (i.e. no peanuts, almonds etc)?
Yes, Prime Montessori School is “nut-free”.
If I am interested in enrolling, what is the next step?
First decide whether you are interested in our school location and go to the website and select the admissions menu item. You may download and submit the enrollment package or you may contact the school directly. Space is limited and admission is on a “first come, first served basis”. A waiting list is also maintained for future openings.