Montessori Education

Education as an aid to life

The Montessori Method is based on the premise that children are naturally good, peaceful and curious. In the context of a supportive environment, all children instinctively engage in self-construction. With appropriate freedoms and support, children follow their interests to accomplish direct and active experiences, expressing their personality according to their natural pace.


The physical space is designed in such a way that the children have the opportunity to develop their independence, to have free movement and to evolve according to their individual pace.

The environment has a very important impact on the development of the child. In the Montessori pedagogy, the environment is carefully "prepared" by the adult in order to provide the child with the necessary elements for his or her physical, psychological, emotional and social development. The environment is aesthetically beautiful, orderly and invites the child to participate in the activities.

The Montessori approach for the very young aims to anchor the child in reality by means of sensory experiences that enable him to construct a precise representation of the world. The Montessori material is not intended to occupy the child but to encourage his or her development.


The role of the adult is to accompany the child in the accomplishment of his or her work of self-construction as a human being. They therefore have a respectful, supportive and caring attitude towards the child. The educator ensures positive, stable and secure relationships with the child. He/she has a scientific knowledge of the child's development, which comes from the trainings, observations and team work.