Why Montessori

Why choose the Montessori method?

How are Montessori schools different to traditional school schools?


Montessori Schools promote individualized learning to cater to the unique needs of each pupil, rather than standardized teaching.


The curriculum is designed to foster an internal drive to learn as well as self-discipline.


The classroom is made up of children from of ages 3 to 6, which helps to harness a natural environment, and one of mentorship and leadership.


Montessori teaching encourages freedom of exploration and creativity which results in students better understanding their strengths and interests.

School Experience

Montessori schools have been popping up all over the world for about 100 years now. Public interest in such schooling and demand for an individualized approach to learning is rapidly increasing because of the remarkable developmental success seen in children educated with the Montessori method.No child is alike.

Therefore, the individual approach through which they learn should be unique – just as they are. Lessons are planned individually, and are based on the natural development of each child. The teacher-to-child ratio is significantly smaller in Montessori schools, and students’ performance is evaluated and celebrated based on their own previous work, rather than the standard set by an institution.

Montessori School Experience

Students learn at their own pace and are encouraged to pursue their own interests and passions in the classroom rather than being confined to the strict parameters of learning. This fosters self-confidence in themselves and also accelerates learning.

Montessori education does not rely on motivation-based techniques like rewards and discipline. Instead, students are driven by self-motivation. They are guided to harness their internal drive to learn, which arises from the freedom to be creative and follow one’s own interests.