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Raja B 19/3/2016

Prasheethaa started her school life when she was 2 year old at cherubs, from the day she joined the school, she enjoyed a lot along with her learning. She never refused to come to school all because of good teachers’ as a parent we are seeing her progress from M0 to M3 day by day her attitude and her learning curve progressed. Hats of to teachers. During her M3 days we are afraid  of getting admissions in 1st grade in other school but she cleared her entrance test at first attempt itself and the instant we realized the effort put by the teachers. Once again thanks for all your efforts. I wish you all the best and my hearty thank to cherubs management 

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Selvin Xavier 19/3/2016

Johan really enjoyed his days here we were initially very worried on putting him to school in 2.9 years but post admissions there was never a worry. The ways sports, annual day and other activities done her are a class apart. Thank you so much !! we would love to put our second on also here smiley

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Chirag Modi 19/3/2016

 It was a wonderful experience for Mishit at cherubs she has shown great progress under the watchful eyes of wonderful teachers. The support and encouragement has been great. We have been very happy with the various activities and celebrations conducted. Teachers have been very motivational overall the experience has been awesome. Wishing cherubs all the very best and our gratitude to the teacher and management . Mishti will certainly miss her teachers.

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Parent 12/15/2015

First, Thanks for the opportunity. Now I understand clearly the advantage of this kind of system where each and every child gets the attention and opportunity. I also see that it is really difficult for the teachers both physically and mentally to go to each child who is at different stage and help them. I thank you for that. I appreciate all that you are doing for our children. Their future is getting build here very fine and am happy to have come here and observed it. 

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Curriculum

THE MONTESSORI APPROACH
 
The Montessori approach offers a broad vision of education as an aid to life. Montessori curriculum is designed to help children with their task of inner construction as they grow from childhood to maturity. The inherent flexibility allows the method to adapt to the needs of the individual, regardless of the level of ability, learning style, or social maturity.
 
Montessori classrooms provide a prepared environment where children are free to respond to their natural drive to work and learn. The children's inherent love of learning is encouraged by giving them opportunities to engage in spontaneous, meaningful activities under the guidance of a trained adult. Through their work, the children develop concentration, motivation, persistence, and discipline. Within this framework of order, the children progress at their own pace and rhythm, according to their individual capabilities, during the crucial years of development.
 
The role of a Montessori Teacher is one of guide and observer, whose ultimate goal is to intervene less and less as the child develops. The teacher builds an atmosphere of calm, order and joy in the classroom and encourages the children in all their efforts, thus promoting self-confidence and discipline. With the younger students at each level, the teacher is more active, demonstrating the use of materials and presenting activities based on an assessment of the child's needs. Knowing when to observe and when, and how much, to intervene is a skill the Montessori teacher develops during a rigorous, specialized course of training at training centers throughout the world.
 
"Never help a child with a task at which he feels he can succeed"
                                                                                                                   Dr. Maria Montessori

PRACTICAL LIFE
 
For the young child, the Montessori classroom offers meaningful activities. These exercises in movement, self-help, care of the environment and grace and courtesy, capture the pre-school child's natural interest and innate desire to participate in the affairs of the world around him. A most important need of the young child is to develop his muscles and coordinate his movement through such practical life exercises as sweeping, polishing, carrying water, pouring and washing a table. Special Montessori materials enable him to tie, button, snap and use many other fastening devices. The purpose of these exercises is to develop concentration, and to pay attention to detail as the child follows a regular sequence of actions and to learn good working habits . These activities provide the very foundation on which the child approaches more intricate academic exercises.
 
Social grace,courtesy,care of self and care of environment are introduced to the children.

"The first duty of an education is to stir up life, but leave it free to develop"

Dr. Maria Montessori

SENSORIAL
 
The sensorial exercises enhance and enrich visual-motor, auditory, tactile ,olfactory gustatory and three dimensional perceptions. Each of the sensorial materials isolates one defining quality such as color, weight, shape, texture, size, sound and smell. The Montessori sensorial material helps the child to distinguish, to categorize, and to relate new information to what he/she already knows. The child's intellect is trained to make order out of a multitude of experiences and to increase his perception of the world around him.

"the greatest sign of success for a teacher...is to be able to say,"the children are now workingas if i did not exist"

Dr. Maria Montessori

LANGUAGE
 
The child learns oral language naturally. He automatically absorbs it from his environment. The work of the teacher is to expose him to the equivalent forms of written language, which he learns through the same general pattern of development. The Montessori child begins reading when he is ready and proceeds at his own pace. His experiences in practical life and sensorial education serve as a preparation for this. The sandpaper letters provide a phonetic basis for reading. The child 's desire and sensitivity to touch are utilized by these letters that are cut out of sandpaper and mounted for tracing. With cut out letters, the child builds his own words on a mat. The material frees him from the fatigue of his still developing writing skills, and yet gives him the opportunity to pursue his interest in words. These activities serve as a preparation for the time when the child assimilates what he knows and explodes into writing.

"We especially need imagination in science. It is not all mathematics, nor all logic, but it is somewhat beauty and poetry"

                                                                                                                    Dr. Maria Montessori

MATHEMATICS
 
In the Montessori environment math is the most popular subject inspiring enthusiasm, interest and concentration.
 
Mathematics in the Montessori classroom can be separated into a few major categories: Beginning counting, the decimal system, rational numbers (fractions) and the operations of addition, multiplication, subtraction and Division. Concepts are presented in a very concrete way so that children not only are able to count, but skip count, square numbers and work with numbers in the thousands. Once the child has a firm foundation in the operations of addition, multiplication, subtraction and Division memorization of facts is introduced.

"The teacher's task is not to talk, but to prepare and arrange a series of motives for cultural activity in a special environment made for the child"

Dr. Maria Montessori

SCIENCE
 
The science materials present certain aspects of this world, in such a way that the child can observe, experiment, demonstrate and record what he has learned. The focus here is that the child learns how to be a scientist: objective, organized, able to perform tasks in a predetermined order and record the results. Science is a hands - on activity that includes biology ( botany and zoology ) and physical science.

"we must help the child to liberate himself from his defects without making him feel his weakness"

Dr. Maria Montessori

CULTURAL SUBJECTS
 
The topic of culture studies integrates and emphasizes a region or populations, geography, History, Music, Art, etc.. The children study different areas of the world, and experiences concrete examples of that areas Language, Literature, dress, Food, Art work and Music both past and present. This increasingly important area introduces the child to our planets great diversity of people.
 

"We must support as much as possible the child's desires for activity; not wait on him, but educate him to be  independent"

                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Dr. Maria Montessori

 

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