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Events

Montessori

Colouring


Musical chair


Sorting


Vegetable Day


Rhymes Telling


Let us Dance


Fruits Day


Colours Day


Number Game


Thirukkural


Alphabet Game


Identify letters & Words


Rhymes Role Playing


Hindi Rhymes


Flower Day


Fancy Dress


PTA meetings


Primary and Secondary

English Reading


Drawing


English Recitation


English Story Telling


English Essay Writing


Tamil Recitation


English Hand writing


Rangoli


Let us sing


Hindi Recitation


Thirukkural


Tamil Hand Writing


Tamil Essay Writing


Hindi Hand Writing


Quiz


Tamil Reading


Hindi Story Telling


Hindi Essay Writing


Scouts and Guides


PTA meetings


CELEBRATIONS

Diwali


Pongal


Onam


Christmas


Independence day


Republic day


Childrenís day


Teachers day


Womenís Day


Environment day


REMEMBERING AND HONOURING LEGENDS

Kamarajís Birthday


Sir C V Ramanís Birthday


Sir J.C.Boseís Birthday


C.Rajagopalachariís Birthday


Subramania Bharathiyarís Birthday


Srinivasa Ramanujamís Birthday


Rabindranath Tagoreís Birthday


Dr.Radhakrishnanís Birthday


Gandhi Jayanthi


Nethajiís Birthday

"Education is a natural process carried out by the child and is not acquired by listening to words but by experiences in the environment."

Maria Montessori


MONTESSORI

Kindergarten follows pure Montessori system of education:

The Montessori curriculum is very broad based and covers uniquely the Montessori subjects that are listed below.

  1. Exercise of Practical Life
  2. Sensorial Activities
  3. Language
  4. Mathematics
  5. Culture and Science

In MITS the Montessori curriculum is framed in such a way that it is non-graded and non-competitive, thus allowing the children to work with self confidence. It also permits their individual potential to reach its own level at its own pace without any judgmental pressure. Our classroom does not have a specific timetable, although self-motivation and interest of the children along with unobtrusive direction by the adult ensures the child's overall development.

"Education should no longer be mostly imparting knowledge, but must take a new path, seeking the release of human potentials."

"Education should no longer be mostly imparting knowledge, but must take a new path, seeking the release of human potentials."

Maria Montessori