On 21 February, Wednesday, at 6:00pm we invite you to The 100-th School Day performance of the children of Montessori School Otkrivatel. This is a whole-school event organised by Elementary Program students for celebrating the 100th School Day. There are Cosmic curriculum inspired performances. This year’s cosmic tale is presented with the

“The most important period of life is not the age of university studies, but the first one, the period from birth to the age of six … At no other age has the child greater need for an intelligent help, and any obstacle that impedes his creative work will lessen

At this admissions session you will have the opportunity to meet the Head of School, the level coordinators of the Primary Program and the Montessori pedagogues. Time is set aside at the end of the information session for questions and answers. This is an adults-only event so please leave children,

“The child is both a hope and a promise for mankind.” Maria Montessori This admission event is a parents seminar that will improve your knowledge about the needs of your child between 0 and 3 years of age, such a fragile and equally important time. You will learn how to

At this admissions session you will have the opportunity to meet the Head of School, the level coordinators of the Toddlers Program and the Montessori pedagogues. Time is set aside at the end of the information session for questions and answers. This is an adults-only event so please leave children,

“The child should love everything he learns. Whatever is presented to him must be made beautiful and clear. Once this love has been kindled, all problems confronting the educationalist will disappear.” Maria Montessori, To Educate The Human Potential This admission event is a parents seminar that will present the keys

At this admissions session you will have the opportunity to meet the Head of School, the level coordinators of the Elementary Program and the Montessori pedagogues. You will learn about Montessori education in the elementary age, the Otkrivatel community and curriculum as well as observing the classroom activities. Time is

“The child must learn by his own individual activity, being given a mental freedom to take what he needs, and not to be questioned in his choice. Our teaching must only answer the mental needs of the child, never dictate them. Just as a small child cannot be still because