Maria Montessori was an Italian physician, educator, philosopher, humanitarian and devout Catholic; she is best known for her philosophy and method of education of children from birth to adolescence. Her educational method is in use today in a number of public as well as private schools throughout the world. Maria Montessori was born in Italy. Montessori was the first woman to graduate from the University of Rome La Sapienza Medical School She was a member of the University’s Psychiatric Clinic and became intrigued with trying to educate the “mentally retarded” and the “uneducable” in Rome. In 1898, she gave a lecture at the Educational Congress in Torino about the training of the disabled. The Italian Minister of Education was in attendance, and was impressed by her arguments sufficiently to appoint her the same year as director of the Scuola Ortofrenica, an institution…Read more
To empower the young minds with freedom of thought, avenues of creativity and power of wisdom, nurturing them to flourish as leaders in the global community.
To provide a caring and collaborative learning community, to ensure that each student attains intellectual and personal excellence, and to mold young minds to become responsible citizens of tomorrow.
Education is not just a process of giving knowledge for a future job. It is a lifelong process which creates an understanding of moral and ethical values to guide one’s life and make our students the future of the country. It is all about helping the child to realize and explore his or her potentialities and talents. Our children represent our hopes and dreams. They must be given a good training from their earliest childhood. Parents want the best for their child, and we are proud to work with you to ensure that they are given the right knowledge to face the future challenges.
Maria Montessori Central School hopes to create an atmosphere of reverence for education. We try to create a healthy environment where teaching, sports and other co-curricular activities will mould our children. Respect to elders and commitment to discipline are to be inculcated in our younger generation. Respect to teachers enables a student to get the best from the school. Disciplined life teaches us to sacrifice individual interest in favour of group interest.
The School Management consists of pioneers in the educational field and they guide and motivate me, my colleagues and the students to ensure quality education at affordable cost.