Alexandria Child Care, Preschool, Day Care & Early Learning Centre
Montessori Academy’s Alexandria Child Care, Early Learning and Preschool Centre delivers an outstanding Montessori Education Program for infants, toddlers and preschoolers aged six weeks to six years in a long day care format. The campus is open on weekdays from 7:30am – 6:00pm and is located at Building 2 in Goodman’s Sydney Corporate Park at 160 Bourke Road, Alexandria NSW 2015. The centre offers catered nutritious meals and has designated pick-up and drop-off parking for the convenience of families. The Alexandria campus showcases three carefully prepared Montessori classrooms and two dynamic outdoor play areas. Key features of the Montessori classrooms include flexible learning spaces, clearly defined curriculum areas, and a full suite of Montessori Materials designed to meet the developmental needs and interests of each age group. Beyond the classroom, the centre’s outdoor areas are enriched with an art and craft activity zone, dramatic play area, home corner, gardens, gross motor activities, and two sandpits. The seamless integration of engaging classrooms and dynamic outdoor spaces offers children the ideal place to cultivate a life-long love of learning and prepare them, not only for school, but for life. To find out more book a tour today.
Alexandria Early Learning Campus Features
Especially unique about our Alexandria Child Care Centre:
Tailored Education Programs
Catered Nutritious Meals
On-Site Pick Up & Drop Off Parking
Exceptional Play Spaces
Prepared classroom Environments
Passionate Teaching Staff
School Readiness Program
The Montessori Education Program
Montessori Academy’s Education Program for Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers is child-centred and focused on providing students with the ideal learning environment, materials and guidance to achieve their full potential. In the Montessori classroom, children work in a thoughtfully prepared learning environment that is beautifully designed, organised by subject area, and appropriate to the age, interests and developmental stage of its students. Children enjoy freedom of movement and choice to explore the Montessori Materials in each curriculum area and discover learning through hands-on experience. The role of the Montessori Teacher within this setting is to observe and guide each student based on their developmental needs and interests. As children progress through the Montessori Education Program, they develop intense concentration, strong academic foundations, intrinsic motivation, social skills, care for the environment, and respect for others.