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Children are like blank canvases and their early childhood experiences leave a lasting impression on their lives. The influential role of childhood events in later life was brought to light by the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud. It comes to no surprise then, that choosing the right type of education for a child can also play a vital role in shaping your child’s bright future.

Resilience refers to the ability to recover from adversities easily. When a child is resilient, they remain adaptable, curious and brave, no matter how difficult or stressful the circumstances might be.

Montessori Academy is devoted to exceptional early education that supports each child's physical, social, emotional, and mental wellbeing. We've collated our top tips and practices to achieve Quality Area 2 at your early learning service.

In October 2020, the team at Turramurra Montessori Academy went through the Assessment and Rating process by ACECQA and achieved an Exceeding the National Quality Standards Rating. 

Critical reflection refers to the ability to examine all aspects of your program, practice, and service environment with honesty and purpose. 

Learning observations are essential tools that assist in documenting, assessing, interpreting, and guiding children's learning. 

Providing children with a caring environment that is rich in appropriately challenging activities is the key to developing problem-solving and higher-order processing skills.

Montessori Academy’s Infant Program provides a nurturing Montessori environment specifically designed to meet the developmental needs and interests of children aged six weeks to 24 months.

Teaching art appreciation, and the skills associated with artistic expression, is an important part of the Montessori Art Curriculum. This is because the study of art is fundamental to children’s creative, visual, sensorial, and emotional development.

The essence of Doctor Maria Montessori’s educational philosophy is the holistic development of the child, and every element of the learning curriculum supports this goal, including the design of the classroom.

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