Montessori’s educational viewpoint is a substantial feature of our school
concept. The Montessori principle “Teach me to do it myself” supports
pupils in their use of active learning skills. We view this principle as the
foundation for a successful education.
of the type of learner and their pedagogical diagnostic, we offer individual
support for each pupil.
We aim to
optimise the individual learning processes of every pupil. The Montessori room
enables us to do this by offering pupils a space for self-organised learning.
specialised environment, pupils use comprehensive materials, which encourage
them to take action. They include the areas of mathematical thinking,
linguistic development, activities relevant to practical life and training the
senses whilst integrating their creative and artistic development.
material takes the particular developmental stage of each pupil into account:
every child can continue where they left off.
so, our pupils develop their own learning strategies and solutions. As a
result, they continually and systematically build on their learning progress.
teaching staff guide pupils as they develop and teach them how to work
autonomously, with as much help and freedom as necessary! The teacher
intervenes when pupils are lacking motivation or becoming distracted, thus
ensuring that each child can learn undisturbed.