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Our Teachers
 
Our policy requires for all our Montessori directresses (class teachers) to be Diploma holders of the Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) . This ensures that members of our staff are properly trained to direct Montessori classes for children aged 2 1/2 - 6 years. Please read the history of teacher training for better insight into the origins of training.

Dr. Maria Montessori founded AMI in 1929. You may visit the AMI's website through our home page for more information about the Association and it's teacher training programme.

Our Directresses are competent and experienced. They have trained at AMI affiliated training centers to receive their Diplomas. They keep themselves fully informed of various benchmarks and other standards of education adopted locally and internationally to ensure that children who complete their programme with us and move on to the next phase of their education, are confident to do so.

An important aspect of the Montessori Method of Education is, for Directresses to maintain regular records of their students. In our organisation , work records are compiled during every work cycle and these records are used to create internal reports that are carefully analysed to ensure a child's progress with us. Data gathered from these reports will be shared with parents at regular parent-teacher conferences and also, posted as web reports that may be accessed via a secure log-in process. In addition, parents may seek conferences with their child's class teacher whenever the need arises. A comprehensively written evaluation is given to parents when their child leaves us after completing the recommended 3-year programme.

We firmly believe that educating your child is a partnership between a parent and the child's teachers. A primary objective of our Directresses is to help your child to learn to think and, to be self-motivated. Achieving this with a sense of self-confidence and enjoyment is our goal.