Our Philosophy

Global Montessori and Day Nursery follows the Montessori Method of Education, its philosophy and practical application.  Our mission is to provide an environment that stimulates the child’s innate desire to learn and one which addresses all areas of the child’s development --- social, emotional, physical and cognitive.
We believe in providing an environment that adheres to Maria Montessori’s philosophy that a child needs an environment that nurtures creativity, sensorial exploration, independence, discovery, co-operation, care of self, of others and of the environment. 

Global Montessori and Day Nursery will meet the developmental needs of your child that are so important during their early formative years. Your child will be
introduced to all areas of the Montessori Curriculum – Exercises in Practical Life,
Sensorial Education, Mathematics, Language (Phonetics), Cultural/Cosmic Education, Music and Art.

 



WE BELIEVE: KNOWLEDGE IS POWER
That's why we would like to introduce our
GLOBAL MONTESSORI SCHOOL located at:

Since 2009

265 Sixteenth ave. in Richmond hill, Ont.          Tel: 905-889-2121


Our school accept students from toddler age (18 months) up to grade 3 elementary.
It is our goal at GLOBAL MONTESSORI SCHOOL to provide the best education for each child, which includes achieving one's potential; developing independence & confidence in one's abilities; developing a curosity & interest in learning; developing strong & efficient work habits; developing good social & interpersonal skills; forming a moral standard & strength of character & gaining the knowledge relevant to the child's stage & developing as Dr. Maria Montessori said:
"EDUCATION IS AN AID TO LIFE". & finally help the kids to develop:
SELF-CONFIDENCET, INTEGRITYLEADERSHIP
Please visit us at www.globalmontessoricanada.com

 

Maria Montessori
 

The first woman in Italy to graduate in medicine from the University of Rome, Montessori worked with mentally retarded children, then served in a variety of university teaching positions. In 1907, based on her research in philosophy, child development and education, she opened the Casa dei Bambini, teaching children of normal intelligence using her methods. She spent most of her remaining life writing, lecturing and teaching about her methods.

The Montessori method assumes that children learn best by interacting with concrete materials and by being respected as individuals. The teacher's role is primarily in organizing materials and establishing a general classroom culture. Most activities are individual, though the children interact in groups in some activities.
Policies
 

Attendance:  When dropping off and picking up for child, you are required to sign in and out on the attendance sheet posted outside your child’s classroom.

Home/School Communication:  We encourage on-going communication between home and school.  Please communicate with your child’s teacher any information that will affect your child’s day.  Please remember, however, that at the busy morning and afternoon times, the teacher may not be available for lengthy discussions.  You are encouraged to contact the school office and the information will be passed on to your child’s teacher/care giver.

Contact Information:  Please made sure that all contact information is kept up-to-date.   Please notify the office of any changes, promptly.

Absence:  The school must be notified if your child will be absent.  Please notify the school promptly.  There is no refund of fees for days absent.

Drop-off/Pick-up:  If someone else will be dropping-off or picking up your child you must notify the office, giving the relationship of the person to the child and full name.  Identification must be presented.

Parent Participation:  Any parent or relative who wishes to participate in any school activity or act as a volunteer must complete a Vulnerable Sector Screening.  Forms are available from the office or from your local police station.

Duty to Report Abuse or Neglect:  Under the Day Nurseries and Education Act we are obliged to report any suspected case where a child may need protection.

Illness:  If your child is not well, please allow him to stay at home.  A parent will be called to pick-up a child if he arrives at school ill.

Personal Belongings:  Each child’s belongings must be labeled with the child’s name.