Omega’s beautiful Montessori environments are designed to meet the needs of children aged 2 1/2 to 6 years. Our spacious and thoughtfully arranged environments enable children to move freely, to develop control of their movements, as well as to work independently, and cooperatively to support their social development.
Our teachers help children pursue their interests to build sound academic and life skills. They ensure that the environment is joyful and hands-on to develop an active and lifelong learner.
Why Choose The Montessori Program?
We provide safe learning environments for children, with activities to support their learning and development
• Hands on learning • Holistic learning • Choice and interest • Mixed age group (2 1/2 – 6 years) • Adult interaction • Freedom within limits
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FEEDBACK FROM PARENTS
This is a special note of thanks to the entire team of Omega Montessori. This online learning environment has brought immense change in my kid's learning and listening capabilities. There is a magical connection between the kids and the facilitator and also among the kids. The facilitator has been very supportive and always available for any help that my kid has required.
Thank you so much to the team of Omega Montessori and especially our ward’s facilitators for all the hard work and effort that they put in to help him get adapted to the new learning process. We really feel like they're attending the school classes and we see they are fully engaged in the activities. Honestly, the MOVE program is really helpful for our ward's improvement and the proactivity kit's distribution has even made it better.
I would like to thank the entire team of Omega Montessori for providing kids the proactivity kit and online tools. These are very innovative and thought-provoking ideas to educate kids. My son is learning a lot of different elements on a day-to-day basis while he is enjoying the entire process also. We are grateful for the team to come up with such great alternatives to enhance the learning process.
“My vision of the future is no longer of people taking exams and proceeding from secondary school to University but of passing from one stage of independence to a higher, by means of their own activity and effort of will.”
– Maria Montessori, From Childhood to Adolescence