Wednesday, 12 October 2016

New Auckland Montessori secondary school announced!

 

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It’s a morning for announcements here at NOT PC.

Plans are well underway for a new independent Montessori in East Auckland, at a Panmure campus – to open in February 2017.

Director Steven Arnold invites all interested parents, and of course every interested student, to an Open Meeting next Wednesday evening to hear all!.

    WHAT: Open Meeting for new Montessori Secondary School
    WHEN: October 17, 7pm
    WHERE: Panmure District School Hall, 87 Mt Wellington Highway

Get along. If you have school-age children, what do you have to lose?

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6 comments:

  1. Their website doesn't work yet.

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  2. I would like more information about this, I would be interested in a Montessori School that offers primary as well as secondary schooling. I am enquiring on behalf of my grandson who is almost 5. My ph number is" 527-3140. Regards, Jill Whitmore

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    1. I could be wrong, but I believe the only Montessori to offer secondary schooling is in Wellington. Only 3 offer primary to my knowledge - one in Christchurch, one in Wellington, and Meraki Montessori in Auckland. From my own perspective of having both my boys in Montessori from age 3 to 8 & 10 years old, Montessori delivers the more benefits the younger you are. IMO the ages of 3-6 are crucial, and 6-9 also important. 9-12 also provides benefits. But by the time my boys are ready for secondary schooling I think they will benefit from being in a non-Montessori school, so as adults they are better prepared for the world outside of Montessori.

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    2. Sorry, I was mistaken, the school above that Peter did work for is secondary. Their website is working, but the link above isn't working.

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    3. Hi Jill, not sure why you're wanting primary and secondary at the same campus?
      Stephen's school offers secondary only. Wa Ora in Wellington is the only one offering both.

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