Independent thinking and learning
At the Montessori School Wiesbaden, in addition to the knowledge of reading, writing and arithmetic, we place a special focus on social skills such as communication, teamwork, empathy, critical faculties and enthusiasm for lifelong learning. Identifying problems independently, finding solutions and acquiring knowledge on their own, all this together makes the children strong for their future.
The cooperation of all is a real enrichment in our school life. Parents help and support in almost all areas of everyday school life. School festivals, sporting events and excursions are realised with the active support of parents within the framework of parent hours and often beyond. Handicrafts, the care of the school garden and the adoption of reading or maths mentors would be inconceivable without parental help. Together, the children create a lively community and this has an effect on the diversity of our learning concept.
All-day school with holiday care
Our Montessori school is an all-day school. From Monday to Friday, school starts at 7.30 am and ends at 3 pm (12.30 pm on Fridays).
From 7.30 am to 8 am is flexitime. The children come to their group room and are welcomed by the teachers and/or the educators. While some pupils need the morning quiet to think about what they are working with, others start immediately after putting down their satchels and take their work material. In our bright and friendly group rooms, the children find a large selection of Montessori materials on many wooden shelves.
After 3 pm, additional attractive care services can be booked at the parents’ request. This extends the childcare hours until 5 p.m. (until 3 p.m. on Fridays).
We also offer childcare during seven of the thirteen Hessian holiday weeks.
Our school wants to activate the potential of all pupils. The primary school years are important for children: this is where they are shaped and where the course is set for their entire school career. Our school is an important basis for later educational success. Our teachers are very aware of this responsibility, because at the Montessori School Wiesbaden you learn much more than reading, writing and arithmetic.
Montessori education focuses on the child with its abilities and needs.
Maria Montessori believed in the hidden creative forces in the human being and saw her task in awakening and mobilising them in order to harmonise the human being.