The Montessori educational system unites many schools around the world. Studies among students of Montessori schools, as well as graduates of Montessori schools who have achieved success, have proven the effectiveness of an alternative approach to the traditional education system.
The Montessori approach is based on the assumption that every child has an innate cognitive interest. The task of an adult is to create a favorable environment for his development, to support the child in the process of his independent study of the world.Due to this approach, Montessori school graduates have not only academic knowledge, but are also able to think creatively, solve problems, interact with people effectively, adapt faster to various situations, take responsibility, etc. All these skills are acquired naturally in a Montessori environment.
At the present time, we cannot confidently answer the question of what knowledge will enable our children to be successful in the future. This is the reason why it is so important for children to learn to adapt to different situations, analyze and use information. The world is changing very quickly. We are all interconnected now more than we have ever been before in human history. Social skills are in demand more than they used to be; such qualities as responsibility, initiative, ability to adapt quickly and communicate effectively are in demand in modern society. Children can successfully develop these qualities in a Montessori class.
The mission of our school is to create, develop and maintain the most productive Montessori environment for education in which each child will be able to realize their desire to learn, become independent, free and disciplined, able to make rational decisions and make their own unique contribution to the world.
developing the children’s natural desire for new experiences and exploration of the world around them;
nurturing tolerance in children, through which they gain experience in interacting with many people. They learn to respect ethnic, cultural, economic and other differences, and seek and find common ground among all of us;
we treasure children’s personal growth and their understanding that growth implies responsibility and respect to other people;
effective cooperation of parents, teachers and students and their active participation in school life.
The whole work of the school is based on a deep respect for children as unique personalities with their own plan and method of experiencing the world around them.
Our main task is to lay the foundations of a wholesome balanced personality, and we care about the social, emotional, intellectual, as well as the physical and spiritual development of the child.
The main goal of education at our Montessori schools is the desire to help the child in the formation of his\her independence and internal motivation by creating an environment in which his native inclinations and mental abilities can be brought to the fullest.