About Us

Leading Independent School in Perth

Rockingham Montessori School is an alternative and independent school near the ocean in Rockingham, Western Australia. We are committed to Montessori philosophy and practice and dedicated to providing each of our students with exceptional care. Between our Infant Toddler Program (playgroup), Primary School and Adolescent Program (High School), we provide a genuine Montessori education experience for around 250 children and young people, from 12 months to 18 years of age.

Celebrating our ‘place’ and our history, each class at Rockingham Montessori School is named after ocean creatures. From the little penguins and sealions that live on or near Penguin Island, near the site of the original School, to the wobbegongs, jellyfish, starfish, turtles and dolphins regularly seen at our local Rockingham Beach, to the more fanciful, dramatic and unique seahorses, mantarays, orcas, narwhals, crocodilos and dugongs, our facilities pay tribute and remain true to our history.

Please view our Information Brochure for more information about Rockingham Montessori School. Otherwise, if you want to take the next step of enrolling, please visit our Enrolments tab.

 

 

Infant & Toddler
Program

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.

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.

Primary
Program

6 - 12 Years

Rockingham Montessori School has three Lower-Primary classrooms: Jelly Fish, Starfish and Sea Lions, continuing our ocean theme. Teachers are Montessori-trained and work with the help of an education assistant.

Adolescent
Program

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.