Programs

All of our programs provide a distinctive foundation for students to become independent, confident, and life-long learners. Children possess a special extraordinary capability to absorb information presented to them and demonstrate a unique eagerness to learn.

All of our classrooms are equipped with prestige Montessori materials designed to engage children’s natural curiosity. Our classrooms have a calm and orderly ambiance that is designed to inspire learning in five areas of the curriculum; Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Math, and Culture.

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Toddlers

18 months - 2 ½ years old


“The education of even a very small child does not aim at preparing them for school, but for life.” - Maria Montessori

  • Increase language development and speech through various activities
  • Stimulate the child through logical discovery
  • Strengthen fine and gross motor skills
  • Toddlers will take pride in choosing their “work” independently
  • Teach Practical life skills, such as sorting, pouring, scooping, matching, counting, stacking and cleaning.
  • Provide a nurturing and loving environment where the child feels at home

Preschool

2 ½- 4 years old


“Help me do it alone.”- Maria Montessori



  • Introduce a more complex approach to learning
  • The program builds on the routines learned at the toddler program
  • Strengthen fine and gross motor skills
  • Letter sounds will be introduced using the Jolly Phonics program
  • Engage in activities in the areas of Practical life, Sensorial, Language, Music, Culture and Math.
  • Instil confidence and self-esteem

Kindergarten

4 – 6 years old


“Giving children the opportunity to stir up life and leave it free to discover.”- Maria Montessori

  • Stimulate children to learn and explore independence
  • Offer a wide variety of Montessori materials that range from simple to complex
  • Surpass Ontario Curriculum expectations
  • Develop a love of reading and creative writing
  • Strengthen mathematical skills. Students will work with concrete materials to learn numeracy, learn to count and grasp quantities
  • Enrich the students with geography, culture, science and music