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Montessori English Medium Primary School, established three decades ago, has the best infrastructure that perfectly reflects the School’s Motto – “We Help the Child to Help Himself”. Infrastructure-wise, the school has covered all aspects that are needed to keep the children occupied.


In Montessori, a classroom is a place where child centric learning takes place and all the classrooms are equipped with latest infrastructure and have ample ventilation so that children enjoy the ambiance while studying in the classroom. Smart Boards have been installed in every classroom as this amazing technology not only enhances the way teachers teach but also enhances the way students learn. It can provide students with an enriched learning experience by projecting visual elements.

Computers Lab

All of our campuses are equipped with computer labs with ample PCs for students to use as part of their curriculum. The computer laboratories are equipped with high-speed Internet access and computers of latest configuration. We feel that computer skills allow a child to become exposed to new ways of thinking, using both their creative and logical thought processes.

Mathematics Lab

The curriculum at Montessori School is tailored in such a way that it encourages students to approach the subject without phobia. Mathematical training includes Mental Math Quiz, videos on Math subject, solving Mental Math worksheets etc.

Science Labs

Montessori promotes the learning of scientific concepts through hands-on experience by doing real time experiments in the science laboratory. Students are made to use the models and understand different scientific theories and concepts. It is also found that school science lab equipment and models make teaching and learning easy both for the teachers, as well as for the students.


There is no friend as LOYAL as A BOOK – adhering to these lines of Ernest Hemingway, Montessori constantly encourages and helps students to develop the habit of reading books on a regular basis to make students learn how to read silently, learn new words, follow rules in the library and to inculcate reading habits.

“Reader is always Leader”