Carols on the Green in December
Up coming & Special Events
AP Exhibitions: 3 Sept – 13 Sept
EDU Music Concert 11 Sept
Year 12 Graduation & Whole School Meeting: 14 Sept
Community Spirit Meeting 11 Oct
Dental Bus: 15 Oct – 19 Oct
Its camp season and our annual Lower and Upper primary school camp was this month. A fantastic time was had by all students, staff and parent helpers.
Community Spirit meetings are held twice per term. The parent body make up the Community Spirit group and therefor all parents are welcome and encouraged to attend these meetings to brain storm fundraising and school community activities for all students and families to participate in and enjoy.
Family members are encouraged to join the Community Spirit Facebook page to keep in touch with communication from both the school and school families.
Please see the calendar section for dates on upcoming meetings.
Whole School Pizza Day
Rockingham Montessori School celebrated the 148th Birthday of Maria Montessori, the founder of the Montessori philosophy and education.
Swimming Lessons are an annual event at RMS and are normally held during term 4 for students in Lower Primary and upwards. The 2018 dates are Term 4, week 9 & 10 commencing Monday December 3 and finishing Wednesday December 12.
Infant & Toddler
1 - 3 Years
Our Infant Toddler Program (Playgroup) is the ideal way for your family to experience the Montessori philosophy and practice, while providing toddlers with a gentle transition to the Children’s House.
3 - 6 Years
Rockingham Montessori School has
three Children’s House classrooms,
named Dolphins, Penguins and Seahorse, reflecting our seaside location. Each is led by a dedicated and highly-trained Montessori teacher.
6 - 12 Years
Rockingham Montessori School has three Lower-Primary classrooms: Jelly Fish, Starfish and Sealions, continuing our ocean theme. Teachers are Montessori-trained and work with the help of an education assistant.
12 -18 Years
In Montessori’s third plane of development, from twelve to eighteen years old, the adolescent has a ‘humanistic mind’ eager to understand humanity and the contribution they can make to society.