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|Language of instruction
|English and French
|Native English and French teachers
|Extra languages (other than English and French)
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|Native English and French speaking teachers
|Language support for students not fluent in English and French
|Additional language classes offered by the school
|Do teachers assign homework to their students?
Most Montessori schools do not assign homework to children below the elementary level. When it is assigned to older children, it rarely involves page after page of busy work; instead, the children are given meaningful, interesting assignments that expand on the topics that they are pursuing in class. Many assignments invite parents and children to work together. When possible, teachers will normally build in opportunities for children to choose among several alternative assignments. Some-times, teachers will prepare individually negotiated weekly assignments with each student.
|The school supports gifted, able and talented students
Yes, in general, children who are highly gifted will find Montessori to be both intellectually challenging and flexible enough to respond to them as unique individuals
|Entry evaluation for students
|School start time
|School finish time
|School bus service available
|School provided lunches
An organic, freshly prepared vegetarian meal is available for those children who stay at school for lunch.
|Extracurricular activities or clubs offered
Chess, tennis, music, sewing, dance
|Sports facilities at the school
Tennis and handball court
|Qualities and characteristics best defining the school
Mammolina Montessori International School is authorized by the Generalitat Valenciana Department of Education for early childhood and primary school education. Located in a quiet neighborhood, just north of Valencia, it offers a multilingual (English-French-Spanish) Montessori based education.
As a small, private, family-oriented international school, children benefit from a diverse student body, an enriching multilingual environment, an individualized education and a beautiful outdoor space for them to explore nature, play, and engage in sports.
|Teaching approach of the school
Montessori is an approach to education that encourages children to be constructive and take charge of their learning and development. It promotes self-discipline, independence and responsibility through age appropriate academics and practical work.
In the classroom, Montessori materials help guide the children in a self paced learning environment. Mixed age groups enhance positive social interactions, and Montessori trained teachers use learning activities, materials and projects to promote healthy social, emotional and academic development.