We invite you to discover more about Blue Gum Montessori School and hope we can help you in making a decision about the right school for your child.
1. Classroom Observations
- Join one of our classrooms and gain an insight into how the children spend their learning time within the prepared environment at Blue Gum Montessori School.
- Observations are held from 9.30-9:50am on Monday to Thursday by appointment only.
- Completion of a classroom observation is a pre-requisite to attending Blue Gum Montessori School.
- Contact the school on (08) 9417 4060 or click here for more information.
2. Open Mornings and Evenings
- Attend a prospective parent event to appreciate the philosophy behind a Montessori education.
- Open Mornings and Evenings are very popular and bookings are essential.
- Bookings can be made via our website by clicking here.
3. Resources on the Montessori Method of Education
- Trevor Eissler goes over the Montessori Madness – YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcgN0lEh5IA
- ‘Superwoman was already here!’ – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQl-7Lmm4hE
- ‘A Radical Way of Unleashing a Generation of Geniuses’ by Joshua Davis – http://www.wired.com/business/2013/10/free-thinkers/
4. Request a Prospectus and Application for Admission
5. Enrolment Family Meeting
- You will be invited to attend a family meeting with our Registrar following a successful enrolment application
- Enrolment meetings are generally conducted prior to the child’s intended start.
- Our belief is that it is vital that the parents and the school form a partnership based on common values and beliefs which will be reflected in the education of their child.
6. Enrolment to: Junior Primary, Middle Primary and Upper Primary Classes
- Students are only admitted should a vacancy arise in that age group.
Infant Toddler Community (Playgroup)
The Blue Gum Montessori School Infant Toddler Community is open to children aged one to three years. Click here for further information about the Infant Toddler Community.
“By the time a child is three years old, 90% of their brain has been developed – the quality of relationships and learning environments for babies and toddlers is critically important”. Standing Council on School Education and Early Childhood, Australia.