Parent Education Nights

We host regular events at the school to help our parents grow in their understanding of Montessori pedagogy. Our parent education events help parents to understand better the way a Montessori classroom works, the role of the materials, the relevance of Montessori to child development science, and also help answer the question on so many parents' minds: "How can we do Montessori in the home?"

In October 2016, parents and guides discussed together the balancing of Freedom and Responsibility. In November 2016, we will learn more about Cosmic Education in the Elementary Classroom. Stay tuned for our spring Parent Ed Night. Also in the spring: receive presentations from our very own children in their classrooms. Join us as we learn alongside our children!


helpful links

Here you will find useful links to help you learn more about the Montessori philosophy. You'll also find loads of Montessori nuggets on our Facebook page—just click on the Facebook logo at the bottom of every page to reach our Facebook page (and "Like" us while you're at it!)

Click on the videos below for some wonderful examples of how Montessori works.


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MRM is opening its third Primary classroom this fall. Have you ever wondered why new Primary classrooms begin with just a group of three-year-olds? This video provides an answer, as well as some lovely footage of little ones interacting with one another, and a child completing a task. For more, go to www.montessoriguide.org.

Why Montessori? This awesome FastDraw video gives some compelling arguments.


Ever wondered what goes on behind those closed Primary Environment doors? Here's a beautiful peek: A 3 hour Montessori work cycle. (C) Lindsay Palmer Photography: http://www.lindsaypalmer.ca More information on Montessori Evidence Based Education found here: http://dvms.ca/montessori-resources/


A day in the life of an AMI Montessori community of children aged 3-6 years of age. 80% of the children's activities are self-chosen, 20% adult led. The environment is carefully prepared to support independence in thought and action. Social interactions naturally occur around the practicalities of community living.