Montessori Learning Dr. Maria Montessori first studied children from a medical point of view. From her observations she realised that the learning process for a human being begins long before the school entry age. Between 0-6 years the child has an absorbent mind and all the knowledge and experiences he or she acquires during these years are used as a base for further learning.
The mixed age group enables children to learn how to become part of, and contribute to, a group. Both older and younger children benefit from this contact since older children gain confidence and maturity through realisation of their own abilities, and younger ones are stimulated and encouraged by working alongside more advanced peers. Skills are taught daily, individually, in small groups and as a whole class. Records are kept on every child’s individual progress.
In the Montessori environment the child will develop a caring attitude to him/herself, those around, and their surroundings. He or she will be treated with respect as an individual and each child’s own particular needs will be cared for.
In this environment the child will be able to develop socially, intellectually, physically and emotionally at his or her own pace.
Montessori, Montessori London, London, North London, N10, N1, N5 Muswell Hill, Montessori House, Nursey, Montessori Learning, Childcare, Childcare Vouchers, Infant Community, Ofsted, Montessori AMI UK, Child Development, Nursery School, Nanny, Classes, Pre School, Playschool, Pre-preparatory school, preschools. Montessori Nursery School - The Montessori House begins with sessions in the infant community or a small and short toddler's group for children aged 2 years old and progresses to full morning, then lunch and eventually all day for 4 years upwards. The Montessori House is located in a beautifully converted 3-storey Victorian house in Princes Avenue, Muswell Hill, N10.