Q1.Do you have examinations to enter your school
Q2. Is it possible for my child to enter your school in the middle of your school year/session?
Yes, it is, if there is a space in the class.
Q3. Why are there mixed age groups in the classroom?
A Montessori classroom with mixed age groups encourages interaction and learning from peers. a role model.
Q4. Why do children work independently?
Each child develops at their own pace in the Montessori environment.
Q5. Why do we use "real" materials?
"Real materials" such as glass, sharp pointed objects, etc. are used in the classroom to give real life experience. aids in self control.
Q6. How do Montessori children handle the transition to a more traditional school?
The fundamental personal and social skills developed in the Montessori environment allows the children to transition well into new environments.
Q7. How do children learn to use the materials?
All the staff at Red Bambini Montessori International School are trained in Montessori, enabling them to present the materials in a timely and appropriate manner.
Q8. Do you have a Japanese education program?
No, we do not. Our daily programs are taught in English. If you are interested in Japanese education programs please refer to our After-School Program (Japanese Class). This class takes place 5 days a week focusing on Japanese reading, writing, culture, traditional songs, games, stories and more! Please contact us for more information.
Q9 . Does the school have a playground? Do you take the children to the park?
Q10. Does the school prepare lunch for the children?
No, we do not. Please prepare lunch for your child. However, we do offer a lunch service through Luca Deli. An Organic Catering Service with every meal prepared and delivered to our school daily If you are interested in ordering lunch for your child, please follow the link below and order directly from their site
Q11. Is there parking available near the school?
Parking is not available at the school. Please contact us for information on nearest available parking.