Alpha Montessori

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Likipa Ahuja

AMH has been the answer to most of my questionsas a school where my four-year-old had to spend his entire day. The premises are clean and functional. The food provided is healthy. The classrooms are well-equipped and the staff is dedicated and been with the school for years. What I like even better is the well-developed curriculum they have, exposing the child to an amazing level of information in a fun and interactive way. It is also reassuring to see the school director actively involved with the affairs of the school; she is always there to address any issue a parent has. My son is always happy and excited to go to school.

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Infant Class (6 months – 18months)

Infants need not only love, emotional nurturing and a healthy physical environment, but also an environment which promotes their very real needs to learn. The Montessori Teaching Method provides a basis for individualized learning activities, appropriate for even the earliest stages of a child’s development.

The daily needs of the infant, such as diapering, feeding and bathing are the optimal times for interaction, cooperation, intimacy and mutual enjoyment. Using theses times for social learning experiences encourage full participation of the infant and the caregiver. These times become the opportunity for much communication and for nurturing. As the infant is “refueled” by such attentive, caring interaction, he or she is ready to explore the world around him with minimal intervention from adults.

The purpose of the Infant Development Program at Alpha Montessori is to encourage, assist, and protect the normal development of each child. The primary goals include development of movement and independence. Children in the Program will flourish in prepared environments which respect, support and respond to their basic needs for independence, exploration and the building of trust and self-esteem.

We believe that any kind of group child care will not work without the co-operation between care givers and the parents. Parental involvement is stressed; parents know their child better than anyone else. Parents and caregivers must feel comfortable in exchanging knowledge and experience about the child.

NOW ENROLLING : Infants to Elementary