Our Process

We run on a regular school year from June to March, while we also offer summer classes during April and May. Because the Montessori approach is highly personalized, your child may enter at any time during the school year for an enjoyable daily learning experience.

Grouped vertically in each class, children will be presented and guided through materials and activities based on their own individual learning and development levels. Aside from the directress, children learn more from watching each other work.

We communicate with parents through written update reports sent from time to time by the class directress. We also invite parents to meet with their child’s directress and the school head for individual parent-teacher conferences.


The Montessori curriculum covers the following types of learning:

Practical Life Exercises

Promoting mind and body coordination as well as developing focus and attention, these exercises aim to capture the child’s natural interests and desires to interact with the world around them.

These are then transformed into purposeful occupations and activities that build good habits for learning and exploration that extends beyond the school.

Sensorial Development Exercises

These exercises are didactic materials that enhance children’s sensorial perceptions, while empowering them to meaningfully connect with their world through the use of available faculties.

With the guidance of a trained directress, these help develop order, sequence and attention to detail, which helps in acquiring language and math skills.

Language Exercises

These exercises help children hone their comprehension, language training, reading, vocabulary and writing, by building upon their oral experiences of language from the home.

This allows for meaningful acquisition and the use of language for both English and Filipino.

Math Exercises

Covering basic math concepts, these exercises provide the children with a developmentally-appropriate math curriculum that emphasizes on the concrete and meaningful learning of these concepts through the use of senses.

Cultural Arts Exercises

Covering select concepts in Biology, History and Geography, these exercises bring the world to the child while exposing them to various topics of interest.

Spiritual Exercises

These are for developing each child’s fundamental relationship with a greater being, regardless of religion.

These allow the children to have a profound sense of self while promoting interpersonal awareness as they develop into the people they are destined to become.

Music, Movement and Art Exercises

These enable children to express themselves and explore their own uniqueness and creative potentials through artistic creativity and bodily movements.