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Academics: Montessori methodology

Children are our focus

We offer a truly unique educational experience for children (Ages 2 to 6) through the Montessori methodology where children know how to think and who are able to make a difference by discovering and pursuing their own productive place in the global community.

The Montessori Curriculum at SUDAR promotes the “WHOLE CHILD”. The goal is to help each child reach full potential in all areas of life. Our environment foster the development of social skills, emotional growth, spirituality and physical coordination as well as cognitive preparation.

The Montessori Program has tremendous breadth and depth and comprises of 6 different areas

  • Exercises of practical life which help in fine and gross motor development.
  • The scientifically designed sensorial materials help the children to learn through their senses
  • Language reading and writing activities (English,Tamil,Hindi), enrich the vocabulary and assist in
  • language development.
  • Culture helps them to experience and gain knowledge of the physical, social, political features of
  • the world through the Sciences(Earth science,botany and zoology), cultural(geography) Art, Music and Physical Education
  • Lessons in grace and courtesy for social development and assist children with emotional development.
  • In order to achieve this all round development, ideal Montessori environments are created which
  • allows children to work individually or in small groups to initiate,experiment and progress their own education.
  • This environment coupled with an individualized education plan for each student, individualized lesson
  • that all contain a visual, auditory and kinesthetic components, ideal student to teacher ratios (20:1), amazing montessori materials and highly trained staff make SUDAR the obvious choice for any family that values quality education.
  • Montessori methodology and philosophy obviously require in-depth study, but some of the most important aspects may be very briefly summarized for parents as follows:

  • Freedom within the environment can only exist where rules are obeyed. The freedom given to the child
  • is to do what is right, not what is wrong.
  • The order of a Montessori classroom is not the structure of a conventional classroom.
  • The child is empowered and free to master skills at his own pace, to move and choose activities,
  • to work alone or with others, to evolve his own patterns and rhythms and to discover what interests and satisfies him.
  • The child is not, however, free to disturb other children, harm equipment or act against, rather than for, the common good.
  • Good behavior is shown to be sensible and desirable, and self-discipline the ultimate aim.
  • Children learn and progress at their own pace, so that fast learners are not held back, and slower learners are not frustrated by their inability to keep up.
  • Specially designed Montessori Self-corrective Materials allow the child to work independently and understand concepts in the concrete, before moving
  • onto the abstract.
  • These materials provide for authentic and continuous assessment and a continuing syllabus for children from the age of three to fifteen.
  • All materials have a control of error. Subjects can be integrated without losing integrity, and emphasis is placed on learning through languages.
  • Spelling and language enrichment is related to what is being taught.
  • According to Montessori, “An individual is disciplined when he is the master of himself and when he can, as a consequence, control himself when he
  • must follow a rule of life.”

Why Montessori

Montessori education was founded in 1907 by Dr.Maria Montessori, the first woman in Italy to become a physician. She based her educational methods on scientific observation of children's learning processes. Guided by her discovery that children teach themselves..

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