With the child at the centre, for 65 years, the Montessori Group has worked with governments, families, organisations and educators to ensure that the Montessori approach is as beneficial to society in the 21st century as it was in the 20th century. Dr Maria Montessori’s vision of an education system that allows individual children to reach their full potential and develop a life-long love of learning is secured through effective, flexible working relationships with educators that are robust and built on mutual trust – as essential today as it was 100 years ago.
In a rapidly changing world, undergoing a digital revolution, with the consequences for humanity as far-reaching as those of the industrial revolution, Montessori prepares children for the world in which they are growing up. From learning the skills needed for future work, to an understanding of the necessity of respecting the natural world around us; from respect for the diversity of others to self-confidence and emotional resilience – the Montessori pedagogy covers them all. Montessori Centre International, part of the Montessori Group, has a track record at being at the cutting edge of quality provision of education to learners from early years to adulthood.
We are committed to education that allows children to reach their full potential, instilling a life-long love of learning in readiness for the world of tomorrow. We train educators, promoting transformational learning experiences for all through widening participation initiatives and delivery of innovative study programmes and quality-enhancement initiatives.