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Bryanston Montessori Pre-Primary

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30 Brompton Road Bryanston, Greater Johannesburg 2074

Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will ever have to make. At Bryanston Montessori, you can be assured that the school will provide the best education for your child.

 

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Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will ever have to make. At Bryanston Montessori, you can be assured that the school will provide the best education for your child in inspirational surroundings, small classes and supervised by experienced, loving staff. It all adds up to the most fruitful and enjoyable education possible.

The Montessori approach is essentially practical, flexible and specifically suited to a child’s environment and needs within its own community. The aim is to develop in each child a natural love of learning and the practical skills necessary for future competence in life. The approach builds confidence and self-respect, responsibility and care for others and the environment.

How can a ‘Real’ Montessori classroom be identified?
Since the term ‘Montessori’ is in the public domain, many non-Montessori schools use it to capitalize on public interest in Montessori. But an authentic Montessori classroom must have the following basic characteristics at all levels: (a) A classroom atmosphere which encourages social interaction for cooperative learning, peer teaching and emotional development. (b) Teachers educated in the Montessori philosophy and methodology for the age level they are teaching. (c) Multi-aged students. (d) A diverse set of Montessori materials, activities and experiences. These are designed to foster physical, intellectual, creative and social independence.

How did the Montessori Method begin?
Dr. Maria Montessori was the creator of ‘The Montessori Method of Education’, which is based on her scientific observations of young children’s behaviour. Dr. Maria Montessori, Italy’s first woman medical doctor, became interested in the education as a doctor treating mentally challenged children. She returned to the University for further study, and in 1907, was invited to organize a school in the reconstructed slum area of San Lorenzo, Italy. She established a method of education that became universally effective. International interest in her approach led to Montessori schools in many countries.

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