The wonderful adolescent actors and singers of The Lion King team travelled to Mandurah to attend the Coolibah Aged Care Facility where they entertained the residents with a rehearsal of their musical.

 

 

OzSmile Dental Bus

Dear Rockingham Montessori School,

On behalf of Oz Smile Mobile dental van, I would like to say it was a pleasure treating the kids from Rockingham Montessori School! It was noticed during our check-ups that the level of dental decay was very low, which was a very pleasant surprise!

This can be attributed to some of the excellent policies set by Rockingham Montessori such as the healthy eating policy which encourages healthy eating and particularly low sugar in the diet.

I would like to congratulate the school and look forward to coming back next year. Keep up the good work!

Dr Herath Perera

Commonwealth School Banking Program

The School banking program is available to all primary students Wednesday mornings in the under cover area from 8:20-9:00am. This is a fantastic program to teach children how to save, the value of savings, how to be a  consistent saving and also has fabulous rewards on offer. For more information visit  the Commonwealth School Banking site. or see the school banking coordinator on Wednesday mornings.

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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 Sealions, 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.