Rose House Montessori School
in 2005 as a Montessori Pre-School , today Rose House Montessori
School offers mixed aged, beautiful pre-prep and prep school environments
for children aged two to eleven years old.
emotional well-being and mental health are at the heart of the school's
work. Leaders and teachers nurture pupils' self-esteem and instil
pupils with confidence in their own abilities. As a result, pupils
view themselves as successful learners and are proud of their achievements.
This underpins pupils' good progress across the curriculum.
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Montessori Children's House Communities (Children
aged 2 ½ years to 6 years)
Montessori Children's House gives
our children the unique opportunity to explore the entire Montessori
Curriculum for the 2.5 to 6 year old child.
In an environment that offers freedom within boundaries, each child
is guided through the hands-on Montessori curriculum which offers
a wealth of practical activities and sensorial materials.
material is designed to help the child develop all essential life
skills such as coordination, concentration and sense of order. All
these lay an invaluable foundation for the child's character development
and academic progress.
the Montessori activities are so attractive and call to the child's
desire to explore everything through their senses, children naturally
enjoy learning within all areas of maths, literacy, sciences as
well as cultural exploration.
the Children's House, using hands-on materials, children gradually
learn to write, read and work with all basic mathematical concepts.
Montessori Elementary Class (Children aged 6 to 11
The Montessori Elementary Community offers
a specially designed environment for the 6
to 11 year old child. Our beautiful, warm and carefully
prepared classroom welcomes children with activities on low level
shelves which invite your child to learn through hands-on materials,
allowing learning through physical manipulation. This will give
your child a deeply rooted understanding of academic concepts before
gradually giving way to developing the use of abstract thought,
reasoning and learning.
their own individual learning plan, with English and Maths being
the core curriculum areas, each child negotiates with the teacher
how they access all the hands-on materials and achieve the stepping
stones of the Montessori Elementary curriculum, which is broadly
congruent with the National Curriculum.
House Montessori School was inspected by Ofsted in November 2017and
graded 'good' in all areas.
The school is currently undertaking a collaborative
accreditation process of our Montessori Early Years curriculum through
mentoring and assessment with Collaborative Montessori .
House Montessori School is a member of the Independent Schools Association.
Membership of the ISA means that our school can display the mark
of quality assurance in independent education. The school is expecting
its first inspection through the ISI Independ School Inspectorate.