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This is an excerpt from a lecture given by Irene Fafalios at the Montessori Society AGM in London in 2007. Irene explains the different forms that bilingualism takes in today’s multicultural society and how as teachers and parents we can support children who speak more than one language. What do

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21.Feb.2018: This is an whole-school event organised by Elementary Program students for celebrating the 100th School Day. There are Cosmic curriculum inspired performances and exhibi7on of projects from the classrooms. It has been over 100 days since we started school, that is, more than 800 hours or more than 48000

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Otkrivatel Montessori School dedicates itself to providing a quality Montessori bilingual education for children aged 14 months through 14 years. We are authentic Montessori school with both Bulgarian and English highly qualified teachers in our classrooms. To us education is a journey that is unique to each child, having a

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Otkrivatel Montessori School dedicates itself to providing a quality Montessori bilingual education for children aged 14 months through 14 years. We are authentic Montessori school with both Bulgarian and English highly qualified teachers in our classrooms. To us education is a journey that is unique to each child, having a

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Montessori school Otkrivatel is a independent bilingual school that is implementing global innovative methodologies for education of children, from Grade 1 to Grade 7. In 2017 Otkrivatel Montessori School is licensed as Innovative School by Bulgarian Council of Ministers. We fulfil and exceed the national standards set by the State

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From December 1, Peekaboo Montessori kindergarten and Otkrivatel Montessori elementary school work in harmony under the common name Otkrivatel Montessori School. We have a new logo! It is selected and developed thanks to the feedback of our parents, teachers and friends who have helped us to develop the brand identity of

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A new study reports learning music can accelerate brain development in young children, particularly in areas associated with language development and sound processing. Five-year USC study finds significant differences between kids who learned to play instruments and those who didn’t. Music instruction appears to accelerate brain development in young children,