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English Montessori School

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+48 603 425 204

contact@englishmontessorischool.pl

10 J. Gallusa Street

40-594 Katowice POLAND

07:30 - 17:00

Monday to Friday

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123 456 789

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07:30 - 19:00

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School Programme

English Montessori School

We feel happy to have our son in Montessori preschool the last two years. The experienced teachers helped our child to learn English language, behaviour, to express his feelings, to work as a member of a team. They helped him to feel acceptable, to be more confident in an open clean, safe and friendly environment.

Katerina Drosaki
Achilleas Kokoutimpas
2016-03-14T15:19:18+00:00
We feel happy to have our son in Montessori preschool the last two years. The experienced teachers helped our child to learn English language, behaviour, to express his feelings, to work as a member of a team. They helped him to feel acceptable, to be more confident in an open clean, safe and friendly environment. Katerina Drosaki Achilleas Kokoutimpas

Mission statement

Our aim is to create a caring, peaceful and culturally diverse educational environment in which each child can thrive and develop on the basis of the Montessori method.

Our school culture is devoted to helping each child reach their full potential, be a joyful learner and develop a life-long love of learning. Our goal is for every child to grow towards independence on a foundation of confidence and self-esteem along with respect for others.

We are dedicated to the idea of Montessori education.

We are dedicated to the idea of a bilingual learning programme.

We aim to provide as much contact and cultural exchange as possible between Polish and international children.

We are committed to building positive relationships with our children and their families and to being a supportive, co-operative school community of children, staff and parents.

We ultimately aim to prepare children for their further education and for life.

School Programme

Children at the elementary level are increasingly curious about the world around them and how it functions. They become gradually able to think more abstractly at this stage of development. Maria Montessori summed up the elementary classroom in this way: “The elementary child has reached a new level of development. Before he was interested in things: working with his hands, learning their names. Now he is interested mainly in the how and why…the problem of cause and effect.”

Children begin to plan their own work at this level through the use of daily and weekly planners. They also start to keep a record of their own work. This encourages independence in learning and helps them learn to make good work choices.

The elementary programme is divided into two levels: lower elementary (1st to 3rd grade) and upper elementary (4th to 6th grade).