School News

Primary Returns!

Excitement, happiness and enthusiasm is all around our school today with the arrival of our Primary students! As you walk around the classes you can see children engaged in numerous different activities whilst comfortably following new COVID routines. Laughter, friendship and happiness can be seen around our school from teachers and children alike, enjoying the first day of many more to come!

Enthusiastic Secondary

Energy was in the air this morning with the arrival our Secondary students.  Smiles, laughter and enthusiasm was palpable as our students began their first day back.

The day began with an assembly, explaining how this unique school year would begin, the measures taken and introduction of new teaching staff.  Students happily and naturally adapted to the COVID measures, taking them on board without question.  Throughout the secondary building, students and teachers can be seen concentrating keenly on their subject matter.  The sight of teachers and students actively engaging in learning, is delightful!

Splendidly Scientific!

Secondary students have been immersed in learning about the Science Laboratory this week.  They have been becoming familiar with the equipment and the lab safety rules.  The beginning of the academic year is always exciting, but combined with Science, magic can happen! Our excited students have been exploring the equipment and brainstorming possible experiments.  Our Science labs are a magical place!

Creativity Blooms Outdoors

At Montessori we promote creativity during project time.  We promote outdoor activities where children have the freedom to learn, explore and apply their knowledge in context.

 

Cactus and Superheroes!

Our beautiful displays illustrate clearly our children´s understanding of safety.  Working social distancing with: We are beautiful like cactus, but get to close and we prickle!  Reinforcing the use of the masks: Superheroes wear masks!  Our Montessori family by working together we can achieve everything.

 

Developing Artists

At Montessori we actively develop our creativity and artistic skills.  This is done throughout the school day in many exciting shapes and forms.

In Year 5 they created a Lego city, each child independently and safely contributing to the city.  The result is inspiring!

Year 3 are exploring Autumn colours in nature around them.  Through carefully observing and using a variety of modes, children created beautifully detailed leaf pictures! What artists!

 

Splendid Scientists!

Science is all around us, so being able to understand and actively apply our knowledge about different Science concepts is crucial.  In Montessori we actively engage with Science, carrying out experiments and discussing results to come to conclusions.  Our students thoroughly enjoy learning new concepts and seeing them come to life before their eyes!

 

 

Active Fun!

Physical Education classes full of fun, smiles and energy with  our children safely following COVID measures.  This term children have been engaging in Wacky races and independently working on their ball skills.  Observe any PE class and enthusiasm and laughter are the main ingredients. It is truly a pleasure to see such engagement in every lesson across the year groups!

Celebrating in German

This week in Year 9 students have learned the names of festivities in Germany and realised that the Oktoberfest is different from what they had thought.

They made their own Lebkuchenherzen, special heart-shaped cookies we give to our loved ones. Some students even used a recipe to bake them at home.

 

Astounding Art

Art and creativity play an important role in our curriculum.  Our infants have created masterpieces using a variety of everyday materials.

Art instruction assists children with the development numerous areas such as motor skills, language skills, social skills, decision-making, risk-taking, and inventiveness.   Additionally the visual arts implicitly teach children about colour, layout, perspective, and balance.  These are all important factors needed in the presentation of academic work.

Primary Returns!

Excitement, happiness and enthusiasm is all around our school today with the arrival of our Primary students! As you walk around the classes you can see children engaged in numerous different activities whilst comfortably following new COVID routines. Laughter, friendship and happiness can be seen around our school from teachers and children alike, enjoying the first day of many more to come!

Enthusiastic Secondary

Energy was in the air this morning with the arrival our Secondary students.  Smiles, laughter and enthusiasm was palpable as our students began their first day back.

The day began with an assembly, explaining how this unique school year would begin, the measures taken and introduction of new teaching staff.  Students happily and naturally adapted to the COVID measures, taking them on board without question.  Throughout the secondary building, students and teachers can be seen concentrating keenly on their subject matter.  The sight of teachers and students actively engaging in learning, is delightful!

Splendidly Scientific!

Secondary students have been immersed in learning about the Science Laboratory this week.  They have been becoming familiar with the equipment and the lab safety rules.  The beginning of the academic year is always exciting, but combined with Science, magic can happen! Our excited students have been exploring the equipment and brainstorming possible experiments.  Our Science labs are a magical place!

Creativity Blooms Outdoors

At Montessori we promote creativity during project time.  We promote outdoor activities where children have the freedom to learn, explore and apply their knowledge in context.

 

Cactus and Superheroes!

Our beautiful displays illustrate clearly our children´s understanding of safety.  Working social distancing with: We are beautiful like cactus, but get to close and we prickle!  Reinforcing the use of the masks: Superheroes wear masks!  Our Montessori family by working together we can achieve everything.

 

 

Developing Artists

At Montessori we actively develop our creativity and artistic skills.  This is done throughout the school day in many exciting shapes and forms.

In Year 5 they created a Lego city, each child independently and safely contributing to the city.  The result is inspiring!

Year 3 are exploring Autumn colours in nature around them.  Through carefully observing and using a variety of modes, children created beautifully detailed leaf pictures! What artists!

 

Splendid Scientists!

Science is all around us, so being able to understand and actively apply our knowledge about different Science concepts is crucial.  In Montessori we actively engage with Science, carrying out experiments and discussing results to come to conclusions.  Our students thoroughly enjoy learning new concepts and seeing them come to life before their eyes!

 

 

Active Fun!

Physical Education classes full of fun, smiles and energy with  our children safely following COVID measures.  This term children have been engaging in Wacky races and independently working on their ball skills.  Observe any PE class and enthusiasm and laughter are the main ingredients. It is truly a pleasure to see such engagement in every lesson across the year groups!

 

Celebrating in German

This week in Year 9 students have learned the names of festivities in Germany and realised that the Oktoberfest is different from what they had thought.

They made their own Lebkuchenherzen, special heart-shaped cookies we give to our loved ones. Some students even used a recipe to bake them at home.

 

 

Astounding Art

Art and creativity play an important role in our curriculum.  Our infants have created masterpieces using a variety of everyday materials.

Art instruction assists children with the development numerous areas such as motor skills, language skills, social skills, decision-making, risk-taking, and inventiveness.   Additionally the visual arts implicitly teach children about colour, layout, perspective, and balance.  These are all important factors needed in the presentation of academic work.

 

 

Coordinated Fun! 

 

 

In Physical Education classes we have been working our gross motor skills.  We have been practising running around obstacles and jumping through columns.  Safe to say that we have had the most incredible time!

 

 

STEM Structures

In class we implement STEM into our curriculum.  STEM is where four specific disciplines (science, technology, engineering and mathematics,) are used in an interdisciplinary and applied approach to solve problems.  Students were given the problem of creating a strong and tall structure using limited resources.  Structures were later tested in order to see how well they met the objectives.  Creative fun, thinking out of the box!

 

Tennis Time!

At playtime we have the most wonderful fun! Everywhere you look you can see children playing happily.  Tennis is played in the garden, where children and teachers all play together and cheer each other on!

Playtime is a fabulous time where relationships are strengthened and learning continues!

 

 

 

Vegetable Top Gardens


Year 3 have been learning all about plant needs this term.  This week they have carried out an experiment to see whether the tops of root vegetables can continue to grow if given water.  The children are excited to see if they grow and to record any growth! It is incredibly exciting to understand and be able to watch how plants grow in our class!

 

Logic Club

In Montessori we have a Logic club which meets on a weekly basis to explore and carry out different activities rooted in logic development.  One of the basic thinking skills that human beings must have is logic. The more powerful an individual’s ability to think reasonably, the better their learning skills become. Therefore children who have strong logical thinking skill are successful at school because they can establish cause and effect.  But most importantly, in our Logic club the children create incredible projects which they have fun doing!

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