My School Montessori is a Covid-19 safe school

Comments from Happy Parents and Primary School HeadTeachers

Inclusion is spiritually enriching for normal children whilst growing up knowing that not everyone is the same. This would help them to become better members of the society.
"The most important period of life is not the age of university studies but the period from birth to the age of six....for that is the time when intelligence itself, the greatest implement, is being formed".....Dr Maria Montessori (1870 - 1952)

Our Aims and Principles

To teach the children the three R’s of education, “the Reading, Writing and Arithmetic skills” using the structured Montessori Method of Education.
To expose the children to the multi-cultural and environmental experiences, from which they can gain a global perspective of the world in which they live.
To provide a happy atmosphere where children can acquire self-esteem, positive attitudes, self-motivation, self-discipline, independence and a creative imagination.
To give a chance to every child to holistically develop all his/her faculties, leaving it to us to tap onto any budding talents for building on and expanding further.
To include the mild to moderate special educational needs children with the normal children.

Co-Curricular Activities (within School Curriculum)

(Speaking and Listening skills-age 3 years onwards)
(Speaking and Listening skills-age 3 years onwards)
(age 4.6 years onwards)
(Heated child-sized pool on our own premises)

Special Educational Needs

We teach children with different developmental challenges aged 18 months to 10 years. The Montessori Method of education has proved to be of great benefit to children of all abilities especially  children with Special Needs in Education because of its direct, practical and hands on approach in teaching. The Montessori equipment is an added aid to their learning.

The department works with children with a wide range of Special Educational Needs and Developmental Challenges comprising of but not limited to the following:

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Down’s Syndrome
Visual Impairments
Delayed Developmental Milestones
Hearing impairments
Physical impairments
Cerebral Palsy
Dyslexia and others

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These are carried out within school hours

  • Ballet
  • Monkeynastix
  • Fusion Dance
  • Tennis
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Drama
  • Basic French (Speaking and Listening skills-age 3 years onwards)
  • Basic Kiswahili (Speaking and Listening skills-age 3 years onwards)
  • Computer Lessons (age 4.5 years onwards)
  • Horse Riding
  • Music, Movement, and Drama
  • Swimming Lessons (child-sized pool on our own premises)
  • Visual Timetable
  • Brain Gym

We have three terms per year:

Term 1 – September to December

Term 2 – January to March

Term 3 – April to July

Our academic year starts every September. Children can be enrolled at the start of any term.

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