Our Educational Concept.

Our Goals & Objectives

  1. Our educational concept and program focuses on the children and their individual needs.

  2. Our various activities encourage the children to explore and use all of their senses.

  3. Children progress differently and our patient caregivers support self-paced development.

  4. Consistency and a regular schedule give children a sense of security.

  5. Our program and activities nurture children and prepare them to successfully continue on to school or other institutions.

  6. Our hours are based on a survey designed to take parents' wishes and needs into account.

The Educational Aspects

The Montessori educational concept supports the understanding and caring interaction between adults and children. Maria Montessori's educational concept centers around the child. She aimed to create a new perspective in support of child development and education, focusing on each child's individual needs and nurturing each child's sense of independence.

In order for children in our care to develop to their full potential, we create a relationship that supports the joy of discovery, assesses the child's will to learn, and become more independent.

The caregivers focus on child development principles, allowing each child to develop his/her personality in a 'prepared environment'.

Children are free to decide for themselves

  • what,
  • with whom,
  • where and
  • how long he/she want to play.

In each developmental phase, the child has positive experiences

  • without being forced,
  • with no pressure,
  • according to interests,
  • calmly,
  • free of fear and
  • by using play

The "prepared environment" is an important part of the Montessori educational concept because without it, individualized education would not be possible. The environment is designed to be appealing, inviting, and age appropriate. This helps the children become more independent, rely less on the educators' help and not to disturb other children who are also doing their own thing.

We take on the role of the observer and support learning, independence, and learning through experiences.

The environment adapts to the child and not the child to the environment!