Our aim is to:

  • Provide a secure and happy environment.
  • Awaken curiosity and arouse interest. Develop manipulative skills.
  • Encourage the child to become independent and self-confident.
  • Develop communication skills Help the child to develop self-control.
  • ​Provide experiences suited to the developmental needs of the child.
  • Develop in children respect and care for others and living creatures.
  • Train children to be aware of safety rules and practices.
  • Make the transition from home to nursery school easy and happy for the child.
  • Prepare the child for the transition to their next school.
  • Allow children progress at their own pace.
  • Offer freedom of choice with responsibility.
  • Help children be responsible for themselves and the environment.
  • Deliver talks in grace and courtesy.
  • Incorporate control-of-error into lessons.
  • Encourage movement necessary for neuro-muscular development.

Further information on how the Montessori education approach can aid parents in supporting their child’s development can be found in the following books:

  • Teaching Montessori in the Home: Pre-school Years: Pre School Years by Elizabeth G. Hainstock
  • Montessori from the Start by Paula Polk Lillard and Lynn Lillard Jessen
  • Montessori Read & Write: A parent's guide to literacy for children by Lynne Lawrence
  • Montessori Play and Learn: A Parents' Guide to Purposeful Play from Two to Six by Lesley Britton
  • Understanding Montessori: A Guide for Parents by Maren Schmidt M. Ed, Dana Schmidt and Syd Kruse
  • Montessori for Parents by Dorothy C. Fisher
  • Montessori Words & Phonics for Kids by L'Escapadou
  • The Montessori Principles and Practice: A Book for Parents and Teachers by Edward Parnall Culverwell
  • Montessori Play and Learn: A Parent's Guide to Purposeful Play from Two to Six by Lesley Britton and Joy Starrey Turner
  • ​How to Raise an Amazing Child the Montessori Way by Tim Seldin