Dedicated staff, reflective practices and partnerships with families are just some of the most important elements of quality childcare.
This is exactly what you’ll find at Broadmeadow Montessori Children’s House.
Director Kirsti Freeman said they aim to provide the best childcare and learning experience for their children.
Their dedicated and caring staff are professional and have a commitment for ongoing training and high quality educational programs while ensuring partnerships with families, valuing children's rights and ensuring their opinions and voices are heard.
We have a traditional preschool format however our preschool is open during school holidays, we have longer hours and take children from the age of two.Kirsti Freeman
“The preschool offers families the benefit of both Montessori and Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) as our two curriculums,” Ms Freeman said.
“The Montessori curriculum is delivered in a traditional three-hour Montessori work cycle where the children have access to Montessori materials of their choice.
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“The rest of the children's day follows the EYLF where the children have access to play based educational activities.”
Montessori education is the result of the life and work of Dr Maria Montessori (1870-1952), the first Italian female doctor who devoted her life to children and their education.
She gave the world a scientific method, practical and tested, for bringing forth the very best in young children. The Montessori approach enriches the life and development of the “whole child”.
Staff at Broadmeadow Montessori Children’s House are trained in both Montessori and Early Childhood Education.
“We have staff trained in Early Childhood/Primary four-year Trained Teacher, Diploma, Certificate III and Trainee as well as a part time Music Teacher,” Ms Freeman said.
Get in touch
Broadmeadow Montessori Children’s House at 138 Broadmeadow Road, Broadmeadow.
Online at www.broadmeadowmontessori.com.au, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (02) 49611 884.