Montessori Education: Nursery, Pre-School & Primary School
Cambridge University International Curriculum: From Grade 8 to 12
A Safe and Loving Space for Growth and Development
Montessori Education is a science which uses scientifically developed materials to assist the development of children in all areas of life - creating a "WORLD OF PROGRESSIVE INTEREST".
What does that mean? Children learn to love learning. They learn that their world is a magical place and they become aware of their own abilities & capacities.
In line with Montessori philosophy, we envision loving and creative beings who are spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, socially and physically independent and ready to consciously embrace their life’s journey.
Through a Montessori and Metaphysical approach we provide children with the tools to continuously develop their skills for life long learning. - Treating all individuals with respect and integrity encouraging the understanding of the inter-connectedness of life.
Advanced learning of subjects: Sensorial, Language, Reading, Writing, Maths, Practical life, Geography, Zoology and Botany.
The objective of our HIGH SCHOOL is to meet the academic and social needs and interests of the adolescent: specific consideration and allowance must be made for their beginning steps towards independence, making their own decisions, identifying themselves with others, rapid growth, and the possible lack of harmony - physically, mentally and in social relationships.
Holistic education that aims to meet the needs of the pupils academically, physically and emotionally.
The prepared environment contains Montessori didactic equipment which allows concrete experiences of concepts.
We encourage understanding through a questioning mind.
Classes are small and consist of a mixed age group, fostering a community spirit and ensuring that the needs of every child are met.
Outings enrich children’s experiences and the Primary and High School children go on an annual camp.
Chess is offered as a subject to all Grade 1 to 7 children.
A third language is also offered to all Senior Primary children.
The examination body for our High School is the Cambridge International Examination Board. The school is a member of the South African Montessori Association.
offer an enrichment programme which will make the curriculum more meaningful;
encourage students to question;
recognise individual differences;
be facilitators of learning;
avoid an “explosion” of tests;
allow students to progress at their own rate;
allow students’ own work time;
develop planning and problem-solving skills;
teach communication skills;
develop motivation techniques;
use constructive methods for dealing with stress and depression; and
stimulate personal creativity.
245 Glover Avenue, , Centurion,
0157 , South Africa