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Integrated Learning Pedagogies

Children have unique learning preferences and abilities. Our educators understand this and incorporate a variety of pedagogical approaches to create a learning experience that accommodates the diverse needs of each child. Some children may do well in traditional classroom settings, while others may thrive in more hands-on or interactive environments. The combination of Montessori and play-based learning creates an environment where children are excited to learn. This enthusiasm for learning carries forward into their later years, setting a solid foundation for lifelong education.


The Montessori Curriculum offers children five key areas of study: Practical Life, Sensorial, Mathematics, Language, and Culture. Each learning area is made up of a set of Montessori materials that each teach one key knowledge area or skill.


The Montessori environment is specifically designed for children to play and learn using tools and materials that engage the five senses. Hands-on learning through real-world activities supports children's natural curiosity, independence, and self-guided education,


Dr Maria Montessori educators believe it is better to let children teach themselves. Exploration, observation, role-playing, trial and error, and repetition are all crucial in a child's development.


Play-based learning is a fun and effective way for young children to develop their skills. By engaging in play, children can explore their surroundings, enhance their problem-solving abilities, and improve their social and emotional intelligence.


This approach recognizes that learning can be achieved through various resources and interactions, making it more enjoyable and meaningful for children.

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