NPS International offers an intricately designed Montessori programme based on the traditional principles of multi-sensory and sequential learning. Our 3 year long course, offered for children between the ages 3 & 5, provides valuable learning opportunities at a self-directed pace.
Our Montessori classrooms are also fitted with specially designed equipment and learning resources. With vertical integration of 3, 4, and 5 year olds, our programme provides a tactile and engaging environment for children to blossom at their own pace.
Our very enjoyable Montessori program leads the child to acquire strong listening, literacy and numeracy skills. We use tried and tested literacy schemes, such as Jolly Phonics and Oxford Reading to develop a solid foundation in reading and writing.
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Fees payable by 23rd Mar
Fees payable by 23rd Jul
Fees payable by 23rd Nov
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All fees are subject to GST. Fees are subject to change without notice.
All fees payable via GIRO.
Activities involving specialist outside coaches / trainers or usage of outside facilities may be subject to additional activity fees and will be notified.
Application fee will not be refunded under any circumstance.
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Montessori educational practice helps children develop their creativity, problem solving, critical thinking and time management skills. The environment provides the child freedom to choose work and reach a high level of concentration. When a child’s work is respected and not interrupted, it helps the child not only academically but also emotionally. A Montessori child cares deeply about other people and the world; he/she works to discover a unique and individual way to contribute. Thus, the Montessori Method promotes respect, love for the environment, an orderly approach to work, independent approach to learning and self-discipline.
If the teachers suspect that a student has a specific educational need, they shall bring the matter to the attention of the Principal/Deputy Principal/Coordinator. Educational need is to be interpreted in its widest sense, including slow learning or other comprehension issues.
A referral form shall be submitted to the Learning Support Counsellor and shall be authorized by the Principal/Deputy Principal.
The counsellor shall observe the student in class and meet the parents to discussthe course of action based on the observation in class. Homeroom teachers shall be then informed and guided on how to support the child.
If the student has any other issues (behavioural/psychological), the student may be referred to the external counsellor. If required, a shadow teacher may be called by the parents upon approval from the Principal. The Learning Support Counsellor may assist the student inside or outside of class.