Montessori Curriculum

The Montessori curriculum works seamlessly with the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum and the different areas of development are linked together easily.

Practical Life
(EYFS: Physical Development/Personal, Social & Emotional Development)

Montessori saw that young children were full of curiosity and loved exploring new things for themselves. She also saw that they wanted to explore things in increasingly complex ways. When she experimented with what they might be interested in she was astonished just how much they wanted to know and how much they were able to remember. She therefore tried to find ways to help them understand the world beyond their own environment.

She developed a wide range of beautiful materials that allowed the children to gain an appreciation of Biology, Geography, Science and History. Each of these areas then allowed the children to explore and experiment with concepts such as metamorphosis, life cycles, land formations, the planets and time lines.






Ofsted Report 2010

Montessori Ofsted Report

Our latest inspection report:

Open Quotes Children are motivated and interested in a broad range of activities and are encouraged to challenge their own thinking and to develop new skills through their play. Close Quotes
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