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  • Route du Grand Lancy 87-87 bis, 1212 Grand-Lancy


Class 3-6

The United Montessori Children bilingual school operates on a single-class system: children aged 3 to 6 are in the same environment. This system promotes mutual assistance and allows children to learn at their own pace.
The manipulation of concrete materials allows the child to understand and gradually acquire abstract concepts (reading, mathematics, etc.). The child enjoys coming to school because they are immersed in a nurturing environment.
In a reassuring environment, the child can independently choose activities that match their pace of development. The child manipulates materials, moves around freely, creates, explores, observes, and truly engages with the learning process.

Class 6-9

Our 6-9 class is located in Petit-Lancy, in a quiet and secure environment. The school is just a few meters away from Bois de la Batie and is situated on the ground floor of a building.

The capacity for imagination is one of the key characteristics of children aged 6-9. It enables them to understand what is neither visible nor directly perceptible by the senses and to access abstraction. Children aged 6 to 9 are curious and open to all forms of learning. This is the time of cultural acquisition. Montessori pedagogy offers a comprehensive, coherent, and unified view of the world. Children aged 6 to 9 also possess a strong sense of justice and gradually develop a moral conscience.

Maria Montessori aimed to stimulate the imagination of children aged 6 to 9. Thus, the story of the universe initiates all the work of the elementary school. The primary objective is to arouse the child's curiosity, interest, and sense of wonder. The Montessori program revolves around the five great lessons given at the beginning of each year: the creation of the universe, the evolution of life on Earth, the appearance of humans on Earth, the history of writing, and the history of mathematics. These five "great stories" will each open up a new field: Geography, History, Biology, Geology, Ecology, Mathematics, French, Literature. The educator ensures that each child covers all aspects of the program.

Romand Study Plan

The Romand Curriculum (PER) is extensively covered and assessed through common evaluations in 4P (4th year of primary school). From the age of 6, German classes are provided in the form of initiation. Starting at the age of 8, German classes will take place two to three times a week, using Montessori materials and materials recommended by the PER (Grüne Max and Junior). Music, art, and sports are integral parts of the Montessori educational program.