• Curiosity, Exploration & Discovery---The Life of the Elementary Child

    Join us for an in depth look at life in the Junior Class here at MSS.

    Karen French, Elementary Coordinator and Head Elementary Teacher will share details of the elementary curriculum with parents.

    Karen has an extensive background with more than twenty years of Montessori experience in program development, from 6 to 14 years.


    What is the difference between Montessori and Traditional methods of education?

    What are the characteristics of the elementary student?

    How does the Montessori classroom enrich the child's learning?

    Why does the Montessori curriculum result in such in depth learning?

      

    Venue: MSS Jiading

    When: Thursday October 13th

    Time:  9:30am

    RSVP to Lorriane by info.jiading@montessorisos.com or call 5910 2208


     



  • Curiosity, Exploration & Discovery---The Life of the Elementary Child

    Join us for an in depth look at life in the Junior Class here at MSS.

     Karen French, Elementary Coordinator and Head Elementary Teacher will share details of the elementary curriculum with parents. Karen has an extensive background with more than twenty years of Montessori experience in program development, from 6 to 14 years.

     What is the difference between Montessori and Traditional methods of education?

    What are the characteristics of the elementary student?

    How does the Montessori classroom enrich the child's learning?

    Why does the Montessori curriculum result in such in depth learning?

     Venue: MSS Qingpu

    When: Wednesday October 12th

    Time:  14:00

    RSVP to Isabella by info.qingpu@montessorisos.com or call 5988 6688



  • Learning English As A Second Language

    Please join us for this informative workshop on how children learn English as a second language.

     

    We will address:

     

    How do children best acquire English as a second language?

    How does the Montessori environment support this learning?

    What can you do at home to help?

     

    Thursday, September 29, 2016

    9:30-11:30 AM

    This is one of our most important workshops of the year and we hope you can attend.

     

    Please call the front desk to confirm your attendance.



  • English As A Second Language

    Please join us for this informative workshop on how children learn English as a second language.

    We will address:

    How do children best require English as a second language?

    How does the Montessori environment support this learning?

    What can you do at home to help?

    This is one of our most important workshops of the year and we hope you can attend.



  • Through the Eyes of a Child:Silent Journey and discovery

    Have you ever wondered what Montessori looks like through the eyes of your child? 

    The Silent Journey and Discovery experience is designed to allow you to view and interact with the Montessori environment through the eyes of a child because, for a few brief hours, you get to be the child

    In order to better understand and appreciate the developmental nature of the Montessori materials and how they contribute to your child’s intellectual, emotional, moral, physical, and spiritual growth, MSS Jiading campus will offer a unique experience for parents called “Silent Journey.”

    On Sunday, September 25th at 9:00 AM ,we are inviting you on a Silent Journey in which you will view Montessori classrooms in a new way. You’ll experience the environments through the lens of quiet observation, gathering first impressions as your child may have done in his/her first few hours at school.

    As you take in the sensory richness and details of the Montessori classrooms, you may experience the sense of order and sequence which so sophisticatedly engages the children who work and play within these walls.

    After coffee and a short break you will return to the classrooms and have a chance to actively engage with some Montessori lessons and materials at each level. You will hopefully discover what makes this method so engaging and child centred.

    Following each session you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and share your reflections with other parents and staff. 

    Due to the nature of this workshop, we will have to limit participants to 25 and reservations are a must. 

    So book early to avoid disappointment! We will of course host another session later in the semester depending on demand!

    Date: September 25th

    Time: 9:00am




  • Silent Journey Parent Workshop

    Through the Eyes of a child: Silent Journey and Discovery

     

    Have you ever wondered what Montessori looks like through the eyes of your child?

     

    The Silent Journey and Discovery experience is designed to allow you to view and interact with the Montessori environment through the eyes of a child because, for a few brief hours, you get to be the child.

     

    In order to better understand and appreciate the developmental nature of the Montessori materials and how they contribute to your child’s intellectual, emotional, moral, physical, and spiritual growth, MSS QingPu campus will offer a unique experience for parents called “Silent Journey.”

     

    On Saturday September 17th at 9:30 AM ,we are inviting you on a Silent Journey in which you will view Montessori classrooms in a new way. You’ll experience the environments through the lens of quiet observation, gathering first impressions as your child may have done in his/her first few hours at school.

     

    As you take in the sensory richness and details of the Montessori classrooms, you may experience the sense of order and sequence which so sophisticatedly engages the children who work and play within these walls.

     

    After coffee and a short break you will return to the classrooms and have a chance to actively engage with some Montessori lessons and materials at each level. You will hopefully discover what makes this method so engaging and child centred.

     

    Following each session you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and share your reflections with other parents and staff.

     

    Due to the nature of this workshop, we will have to limit participants to 25 and reservations are a must.

     

    So book early to avoid disappointment! We will of course host another session later in the semester depending on demand!

     

    Date: September 16th

    Time: 5:00pm



  • Silent Journey

    Through the Eyes of a child: Silent Journey and Discovery

     

    Have you ever wondered what Montessori looks like through the eyes of your child?

     

    The Silent Journey and Discovery experience is designed to allow you to view and interact with the Montessori environment through the eyes of a child because, for a few brief hours, you get to be the child.

     

    In order to better understand and appreciate the developmental nature of the Montessori materials and how they contribute to your child’s intellectual, emotional, moral, physical, and spiritual growth, MSS QingPu campus will offer a unique experience for parents called “Silent Journey.”

     

    On Saturday September 17th at 9:30 AM ,we are inviting you on a Silent Journey in which you will view Montessori classrooms in a new way. You’ll experience the environments through the lens of quiet observation, gathering first impressions as your child may have done in his/her first few hours at school.

     

    As you take in the sensory richness and details of the Montessori classrooms, you may experience the sense of order and sequence which so sophisticatedly engages the children who work and play within these walls.

     

    After coffee and a short break you will return to the classrooms and have a chance to actively engage with some Montessori lessons and materials at each level. You will hopefully discover what makes this method so engaging and child centred.

     

    Following each session you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions and share your reflections with other parents and staff.

     

    Due to the nature of this workshop, we will have to limit participants to 25 and reservations are a must.

     

    So book early to avoid disappointment! We will of course host another session later in the semester depending on demand!

     

    Date: September 17th

    Time: 9:30am