Montessori Academy’s Clayton Child Care Centre

Montessori Academy’s Clayton child care centre delivers an outstanding Montessori Education Program for infants, toddlers and preschoolers aged 0 – 6 years. The beautifully refurbished early learning campus operates long day care hours from 7:00am to 6:30pm and is located in the leafy suburban surrounds of 19 Donald Street, Clayton VIC 3168. Montessori Academy’s Clayton child care centre is divided into four prepared classrooms environments that are organised, homely, and well-resourced with a full suite of Montessori Materials, and five clearly defined curriculum areas. Montessori Academy’s Clayton child care centre offers a natural outdoor play area enriched with sandpits, garden beds, gross motor activities, creative play, cubby house, mud kitchen, home corner, and dramatic play area. The seamless integration of engaging classrooms, and natural outdoor play spaces, offers children the ideal place to cultivate a life-long love of learning as a positive foundation for school and life success.

Key Campus Features

Especially unique about Clayton Montessori Academy:
Montessori Curriculum
Tailored Education Programs
Montessori Materials
Exceptional Play Spaces
Prepared classroom Environments
Passionate Teaching Staff
School Readiness Program

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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.