Discover our School
Spondeo Montessori Preschool & Kindergarten was founded in 2010 with six students in one primary classroom. Today, we offer Infant, Toddler, and Primary environments for children ages six weeks old to six years old.
The school aims create the best environment to support and nurture all children’s innate love of learning using the methods of education developed by Dr. Maria Montessori.
Reflecting a deep commitment to Dr. Montessori’s philosophy, our experienced teachers guide students to develop strong self-images with the confidence to face life’s challenges, and the motivation to become lifelong learners and leaders.
Today, our well-established campus is complete with five classrooms, children’s growing gardens, outdoor prepared environments, and playgrounds; ideal for the development of the whole child –physically, intellectually and emotionally.
- Develop a positive self-concept
- Develop an intrinsic motivation to learn
- Demonstrate respect for self, others and the environment
- Practice positive communication and conflict resolution skills
- Exercise self-discipline and self-control
- Increase concentration, coordination, fine motor and gross motor skills
- Develop personal autonomy
- Increase intellectual abilities
- Discover and appreciate other cultures and their traditions
Reasons to Choose Spondeo
In a Montessori program, the teacher, child, and environment create a learning triangle. The child, through individual choice, makes use of what the environment offers to him or her in order to grow and develop, interacting with the teacher when guidance is needed.
We endeavor to create the best environment to support the development of the whole child into productive and creative members of the classroom, their family and both the local and global communities.
Reflecting a deep commitment to Dr. Maria Montessori’s philosophy, our outstanding and experienced teachers guide students to develop strong self-images with the confidence to face life’s challenges, and the motivation to become lifelong learners and leaders.
Historically, the designation for the lead teacher in a Montessori classroom; some schools still refer to the lead teacher as “guide.” In Montessori education, the role of the instructor is to direct or guide individual children to purposeful activity based upon the instructor’s observation of each child’s readiness. The child develops his own knowledge through hands-on learning with didactic materials he chooses.