Key Stage I
In Key Stage I; the environment, is carefully prepared so that the child can lead his/her learning. There is a Montessori directress, who acts as a guide, rather than the source of all knowledge.
Key Stage II
For children who must have attended Key Stage I or the Children’s House and are approximately 6 years of age. The curriculum here becomes increasingly more sophisticated, and involves three classrooms for group learning
There is an after-school club for children who cannot be picked up from school at the regular time. Activities on offer may further enrich the children’s experiences and contribute to their learning and total development.
Opening hours Key Stage I (Children’s House)
School hours 07:15 to 13:30 hours
Pick up 13:30 – 13:45 hours
Opening hours Key Stage II (Elementary)
School hours 07:15 to 14:30 hours
Pick up 14:30 – 14:45 hours
Our Learning Environment
Key Stage I (Children’s House)
The Key Stage I learning environment consists of a main hall equipped with Montessori materials; traditionally referred to as the “Casa” (Italian for “house”) houses the children aged usually from 3 to 6. AMS has one Children’s House learning environment; the main hall, a music room, an audiovisual library and two other classrooms for group learning and several toilets (baby & normal W.C).
Key Stage II (Elementary School)
The Key Stage II learning environment consists of a large hall containing learning materials, a small reading room, a kitchen, a resource room, toilet facilities and three classrooms for group learning. The three classrooms are called; Lower, Middle and Upper Elementary.
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