PERTH MONTESSORI SCHOOL
NEW research by Mitchell Institute reveals that 40 per cent of Australian children commence Year 1 without being ready for formal learning and remain behind into early adult life, says Perth Montessori School principal Gary Pears.
“That’s why a quality early learning education program such as Montessori is essential to ensure the best possible start to a child’s life,” he said.
“Neuroscience also tells us that much of the hardwiring of the brain has already been completed by the start of Year 1, making it imperative to commence that journey as early as possible; play simply won’t do it all.”
Dr Pears said a child could commence at Perth Montessori School from three years old.
“Our classes are multi-age grouped, with a curriculum designed to develop social, cognitive and academic skills, as well as attention, focus and concentration,” he said.
“These critical developmental elements are learnt and must be practised just like any other skill.”
“If your child is in need of greater intellectual and academic stimulation or you want a great match for you child’s potential, call us or attend our next opening morning.”
Call 9362 3186.