About Turramurra Montessori Academy | Turramurra Child Care, Long Day Care, Preschool & Montessori Early Education for Ages 2 – 6 Years

Montessori Academy’s Turramurra child care centre is opening soon! Located at 197 Kissing Point Road in South Turramurra, Montessori Academy’s new early learning campus will deliver an outstanding Montessori Education Program for toddlers and preschoolers aged two to six years. The campus will deliver an authentic Montessori Curriculum, catered nutritionally balanced meals, and will open long day care hours from 7:30am – 6:00pm on weekdays. Turramurra Montessori Academy is now taking Waiting List enquiries and is expected to open in mid-2019.

Once operational, our Turramurra long day child care centre will offer three prepared classroom environments that are vibrant, well resourced, and designed to inspire children to achieve their full potential. Characteristics of the prepared environment include: low open shelves, defined curriculum areas, accessible ammenities, freedom of movement and choice, flexible work spaces, order, and an emphasis on independence. Within this environment, the child is the focus of the Montessori classroom, and their individual learning style, personality, and developmental needs and interests are paramount.

In addition to exceptional classroom environments, our Turramurra child care centre will offer an outstanding outdoor play area complete with gardens, dramatic play, arts area, veggie patch, gross motor activities, fixed equipment, and sandpit. The seamless integration of Montessori classrooms, and natural outdoor play spaces, will offer children the ideal environment to cultivate a life-long love of learning, positive academic foundations, and prepare them for school and life success.

Key Campus Features

Especially unique about Turramurra Montessori Academy:
Authentic Montessori Curriculum
Tailored Toddler and Preschool Education Program
Full suite of Montessori materials
Catered nutritious meals
Exceptional outdoor play areas
Prepared classroom environments
Passionate and highly trained teaching staff
School readiness and transition to school program

Montessori Education Program

The first six years of life are the most crucial in a child’s development. This is why Montessori Academy has developed a progressive, scientifically based education program designed to provide children with positive foundations for learning and wellbeing as they progress from birth to age six.

Click the three-minute video for a brief overview of what is covered in the Montessori Infant, Toddler, and Preschool Education Program. Each program builds on the one before it, providing students with a diverse range of educational experiences designed to suit their developmental needs and interests.

The Montessori Program goes beyond academics to embrace the child as a whole person, taking into account their talents, social skills, physical and emotional wellbeing, and the need to make learning interactive, engaging and fun!

Montessori Curriculum and the Early Years Learning Framework

The Montessori Curriculum covers five key learning areas, including: Practical Life, Sensorial, Mathematics, Language and Culture. In addition to these key learning areas, Montessori Academy also cover the Australian Government’s Early Years Learning Framework, Health and Wellbeing, Science, Geography, School Readiness, and the Arts. In this way, Montessori Academy delivers a holistic education program that is tailored to the unique developmental needs and interests of each individual child.

Practical Life
Early Years Learning Framework
Health & Wellbeing
Creativity & the Arts

The Montessori Difference

Families that are new to Montessori Academy often ask how Montessori early education is different to play based child care. The answer lies in the way learning experiences are conducted, which is shaped by the Montessori Philosophy, teaching principles and practices, educator mindset, and the structure and materials within the prepared environment.

The Montessori Philosophy is focused on empowering children with the knowledge and tools to achieve their full potential. Education is largely self-paced, interest-based, and designed to amplify children’s natural desire to learn through process focused educational experiences.

From an educational perspective, the role of the Montessori Educator is to observe, guide, facilitate and respond to children’s interests. Educator’s encourage children’s independence, and facilitate learning using the Montessori materials in the prepared environment.

The Benefits of Montessori Education

The Montessori Method has been widely recognised as the leading format for education worldwide. It helps children to learn more effectively than conventional approaches because it is child-centred, self-paced, embraces each child’s unique interests and strengths, values individuality, and empowers students with the knowledge and skills to achieve their full potential through hands-on learning experiences.

Beginning at an early age, Montessori Education assists children in developing a sense of order, social skills, coordination, communication skills, emotional intelligence, concentration and independence. As students progress through the Montessori Education Program, they begin to self-correct, look critically at their work, and establish a love of learning as a foundation for school and life.

Find Turramurra Montessori Academy | Turramurra Child Care Centre NSW 2074


197 Kissing Point Road, South Turramurra NSW 2074

Hours of Operation

7:30am – 6:00pm Monday to Friday (Once open)

Phone Number

1300 000 162

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