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Curriculum

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Curriculum

Our curriculum is planned using the Montessori philosophy and principles guided by the statutory requirements of the Early Childhood development Digdarshan (Curriculum) -2062 Published by Department of Education. It aims to help young children achieve the five ‘Every Child Matters (ECM)’ outcomes, which are: Staying Safe; Being Healthy; Enjoying and Achieving; Making a Positive Contribution; and Achieving Economic Well Being.

Young children learn best by doing and by being involved, so the Montessori possesses a wide range of manipulative equipment designed to promote effective and enjoyable learning. Social and physical development too, is not over-looked. We place emphasis on developing an ‘inquiring mind’ and ‘love of learning’ through sustained shared thinking, and set the foundations for the more academic skills in Arithmetic and Language.

The school day is carefully balanced so that children have time to be
active, time to play and be noisy, time to be quiet, time to listen, time to concentrate, and time to rest.

Sport Games

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English Lessons

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Music & Art

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Six Broad Areas of Learning

We follow the six areas for Learning held within the Montessori Curriculum for Early Years: