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The Children’s House, Seychelles, has been providing a safe and inclusive Montessori education for children for over 21 years.  The Montessori method of teaching provides children with a carefully prepared environment, which nurtures the development of their independence, concentration, confidence and creativity as well as their social, language and motor skills.  We focus on providing the individual child with life skills, which will help them become independent, confident learners and grounded and rounded individuals.  The children’s development is celebrated through observations, and recorded in their own Learning Journal, which the teachers use to inform further planning.  Our School lays a strong emphasis on encouraging children to become involved in the community, both local, national and international, helping them to become conscious members of the society in which we live.  The school provides the children with opportunities to become fit, healthy young people by developing good eating habits  and daily physical activities and exercise.

The Children’s House offers a very unique experience to children and we consider it a privilege to be entrusted with your child.

 

“Coming to the Children’s House with our three boys was probably the single most significant event in their little lives so far.

First days of school are always daunting, but with the Children’s House, the boys very quickly adapted to the wonderful open learning experience that is Montessori, friendships were born that continue to flourish today, and each of them reflects with quite surprising wisdom about their time with Lucy and her team.

We, and our children, will always cherish these early days of learning and discovery, and look back with fondness at the whole experience.”

 

Ex-Parent; Michael Lavigne

Hibiscus Group
“On my first day at the Children’s House, I cried my eyes out, I was 2 years old. Not long after, I asked my parents if I could stay for lunch too, I then wanted to spend the whole day in the school!!!  A few months ago, now aged 15, I went back to the Children’s House for an internship. Today, I am trying to convince my parents not to go overseas on holidays, so I can spend my holiday time at the Children’s House. There must be something very special about the place, something I can’t grow out of, I think that’s because there’s always something new to learn.”

Charline Wasserberg,  Ex-student

 

“My daughter Viola had a great time at Children’s House. She grew up both emotionally and academically, learning many things while having the time of her life. She loved every single day at her school and as a parent it was a huge pleasure to see her blossom under the loving guidance of Miss Lucy and her team. Leaving her in the morning knowing that she would come back with many new adventures to tell me was for me the best gift I could receive. We’ll feel forever part of this amazing family”.

Raffaella Seri,  Ex-parent