“Free the child's potential, and you will transform him into the world. ”- Maria Montessori
Learning Literally means knowledge acquired by studying. The years of a child in school are very critical for growth and development of an individual. It is this period which lays the foundation for the total personality development of the child. Bookish knowledge is not learning as a whole. Learning, as such is a never-ending , life long process. And learning beyond the classroom entails all the experience a child goes through in the process of living on a day-to-day basis, learning through trials and errors, developing his or her own sense and sensibilities.
Since these formative years are crucial for future development, it is essential that the students are exposed to different stimuli to help develop their abilities and intellect to the maximum. Therefore, we believe it is our responsibility to provide varied environments to the child so that encounters and interaction with them stimulates learning.
To give them such a stimulating environment, we need them to visit various institutions, historic and natural sites, and other places where they can absorb life around them, outside of school and home
The students should be allowed to socialize with their peers and elders so that they develop thinking power, which indirectly results in increasing their store of information. We would like to reiterate that learning should and must go beyond the classroom.
That is the Vision and Philosophy of Maria's.