Welcome To ‘Parklane Montossori’ School
A Montessori school is a school whose approach of learning is emphasized on active learning, independence, cooperation, and learning in harmony with each child’s unique pace of development.
Montessori defends the idea that children should be enabled to learn on their own in a set environment where they choose their own materials. A pre‐school environment set based on this principle includes Montessori materials on shelves to which pre‐school children can reach. The teacher after sets the learning environment, objectively only by organizing the materials from simple to complex. Teachers should be good observers and only intervene when the child requires guidance.
It exposes the child to basic geography, history and life sciences. Music, art and movement education are part of integrated and cultural curriculum.
Activities related to the daily life of the family. This teaches them to take care of themselves, others and the environment.
Children learn to express themselves in a variety of ways. Building their vocabulary so that they can arrange their thoughts and express themselves properly. It covers Biology, Geography and History.
While exploring the concepts of the materials, children learn the nuances of the language associated with sound, colour, tastes, shapes, weight, dimension, measurement and smell
The materials make the world of mathematics very interesting. In a comprehensive manner, the children encounter the abstract concepts of math in a concrete way.
All of our materials are selected to provide a variety of natural learning experiences for your infant through manipulation and sensory awareness. Language development is emphasized with planned and spontaneous opportunities for communication between the staff and the children.
Our Rooms & Classes
The curriculum provides for all areas of a child’s development including physical, social, emotional and cognitive. Curriculum planning is based on teacher’s observations and recordings of each child’s special needs, interests and developmental abilities.
Classroom environments are designed for the children to learn through active exploration and interaction with adults, peers and materials. Learning activities and materials are concrete, real and relevant to the lives of children.
Children 18 months and older will have their own bed for naptime. The sheets are laundered each week.
Families are asked to furnish the following item for their toddler:
- tooth paste (when requested)
- Kleenex (when requested)
- Diapers and wipes (if needed)
- Extra set of clothing Please be sure to label your child’s belongings
Your children’s education and wellfare are our main priorities