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3P Philosophy: Proven. Prepared. Proactive

Proven Methodology

  • Individualized Learning: Montessori classrooms cater to each child's unique pace and interests, allowing them to progress through materials and concepts at their own speed.

  • Self-Correction: Montessori materials are designed to provide immediate feedback, enabling children to correct their own mistakes and learn from them.

  • Respect for the Child: The Montessori approach respects each child as an individual with their own needs and capabilities, encouraging self-esteem and a love of learning.

  • Freedom within Limits: Children are given freedom to choose their activities within a structured environment, fostering independence and responsibility.

  • Role of the Teacher: Montessori teachers act as guides or facilitators, observing and supporting each child's individual development rather than imposing a strict curriculum.

Prepared Classroom

  • Prepared Environment: Classrooms are carefully designed and equipped with age-appropriate materials that encourage self-directed exploration and learning.

  • Hands-On Learning: Learning is primarily experiential, with students using specially designed materials to explore and understand abstract concepts.

  • Focus on Practical Life Skills: Practical life activities are an integral part of the curriculum, helping children develop everyday skills and independence.

  • Peace Education: Montessori classrooms often emphasize values like empathy, conflict resolution, and environmental stewardship to foster a sense of global citizenship.

Kindergarten Classroom

Proactive Engagement

  • Proactive Communication: The school teachers and director hold regular email, face-to-face, and group meetings with parents to provide proactive feedback on the child's progress

  • Child Health: School staff and teachers regularly train on child safety and emergency response. CPR training is provided to every staff member.

  • Child Safety: The school has identified designated individuals responsible for emergency coordination and response, such as a School Safety Coordinator, Emergency Response Team members, and communication points of contact.  

  • Emergency Drills: The school personnel and children practice the annual fire drill. Every child is provided an emergency kit for earthquake. Every child is provided an emergency kit for earthquake safety.

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