Courses Offered


For children aged 1.8 to 3 years
  • Provide a safe, engaging and nurturing environment for the child
  • Promote trust in themselves and their world
  • Develop confidence in their emerging abilities
  • Develop gross motor coordination, fine motor skills, and language skills
  • Offer opportunities to gain independence in daily tasks


For children aged three to six years
  • Foster the growth of functional independence, task persistence and self-regulation
  • Promote social development through respectful, clear communication and safe, natural consequences
  • Contain a large variety of materials for the refinement of sensory perception and the development of literacy and mathematical understanding
  • Offer opportunities for imaginative exploration leading to confident, creative self-expression
Primary Curriculum fosters the following:
  • Grace and courtesy lessons encourage respect for oneself, for other members of the community, for the living things and for the environment
  • Practical life activities refine the child’s motor skills, hand-eye coordination, hand strength, balance, concentration and ability to do things for themselves
  • Sensorial materials refine the five senses thus helping the child discriminate qualities like colour, size, shape, length, texture and sound
  • Language exercises enable students to read real books and pen full sentences in cursive handwriting even before entering elementary
  • Arithmetic materials allow students to experience perceivable quantities and then derive abstract numbers, the essentials of decimal system and arithmetic operations and fractions from them
  • Cultural Subjects enable children to acquire an early interest in learning about the world, its natural wonders, its people, history and culture


For children aged six to twelve years (Lower Elementary, ages six to nine; Upper Elementary, ages nine to twelve)
  • Offer opportunities for collaborative intellectual exploration in which the child’s interests are supported and guided
  • Support the development of self-confidence, imagination, intellectual independence and self-efficacy
  • Foster an understanding of the child’s role in their community, in their culture and in the natural world


Our elementary programme provides a challenging learning environment designed to stimulate curiosity and support moral, physical and intellectual development. The exciting educational environment features a hands-on experiential approach to learning. This enable the students to move from simple to complex tasks, and from concrete to abstract ideas, whether in math, science, history & geography and language.

The student leaves the Montessori elementary program with the self-concept of a capable learner and contributor and an optimistic vision of his or her own future.

The universe is the elementary classroom

Cosmic education is a cornerstone of the Montessori philosophy. It describes the role of education as comprehensive, holistic and purposeful; to encompass the development of the whole person within the context of the universe. Dr. Maria Montessori believed that cosmic education was vital to early education because it provides children with a framework to understand their world and their place within it.

Time lines, charts and research card of human needs help the child in independent study and inspire more research in science, history and geography. Montessori elementary children use their imagination and reasoning mind to explore all the parts of the universe.


Science Lab program is designed to enhance the elementary child’s scientific studies in their classroom, which fit into the larger picture of what Dr. Maria Montessori called “Cosmic Education”.
Montessori promotes the learning of scientific concepts through hands- on-experience by doing real time experiments. In the science laboratory students are made to use the models and understand different scientific theories and concepts.