Singaraja Montessori School is under the auspices of the “Bali Mandiri School Education Foundation” (Yayasan Pendidikan Sekolah Bali Mandiri). The Foundation wants to contribute to “Improve the Quality of Education in the Buleleng Regency” by establishing “Singaraja Montessori School”
Our school is an international school with the Montessori method and a Bilingual system (Indonesian and English) which will make learning fun! We are proud to be an “Eco-Friendly” school to help reduce waste in Buleleng Regency. For underprivileged children, the school also provide a “subsidy” system for student financing.
“Singaraja Montessori School” was founded in 2016 by Robbie & Lia, the school uses the Montessori learning method in collaboration with the National curriculum and was established in the Singaraja area. We will contribute to improving the quality of education in Buleleng Regency starting from the basic foundation, namely at the Pre-Primary and Elementary School levels.
Our school is supported by a variety of educational tools, highly experienced principals who have official certificates in the field of Montessori, and teachers who are university graduates. We also provide a comfortable, safe, fun, conducive and environmentally friendly international learning environment. Through the Montessori method, children will be able to have initiative.
WHO IS DR. MARIA MONTESSORI?
Maria Montessori was an Italian educator and doctor. She was born on 31 August 1870 in Chiaravalle, Italy.
Maria Montessori created the first Montessori school. It was a method of education which respected the natural development of the child. Its main featur was to allow as much independence a possible to the individual child. Another feature was to allow mixed ages in the same classroom. This was different from the formal classroom teaching used even for young children at the time. Maria Montessori started this method when she was in charge of school for handicapped children. Maria Montesori also founded around 1907 in San Lorenzo, a slum area of Rome, the first Casa dei Bambini (“Children’s House”). She died on May 6, 1952.