Our Educational Philosophy
The need for optimum intellectual and social skills to cope in our rapidly changing world has never been greater. The early education and training of our children is essential for developing those skills as individuals and for the stability and development of society in general. The philosophy of education represents the choices, values, knowledge and beliefs of teachers, as well as their aspirations, intentions and aims. It serves to guide and inspire and contributes to determining the detail of the everyday life in the classroom.
The Montessori Curriculum Maria Montessori (1870-1953), the founder of the Montessori Philosophy of education strongly believed in the importance of both hereditary and environmental influences on the development of the child. She was of the view that “A child’s potential for development in a society is greatly influenced by his/her environment.”
Montessori includes four major developmental skills in the educational learning process for preschoolers which are: Sensorial (development of the five senses), Practical Life Experiences (development of self-help skills), Language Arts (to help children read and spell short words), and Mathematics (introduce quantity and symbols of math, sequencing, awareness of shape and sorting). Other categories have now been added i.e. Botany, Computers, Geography, French, Art and Music.
Program and Curricular Objectives
Preschool Room 1
Little Superstars Montessori & Child Care Centre
3022 Novar Rd.
Alt. Phone: 647-860-3022