Ruchika Singh is an eminent educationist who has worked with prestigious GD Goenka Group for over a decade.She holds post-graduate degree in commerce. She believes the Montessori approach to early education is one of the most valuable ways to inspire creativity and independence within a child. Her school challenges the status quo for early education, by offering beautiful classroom environment with excellent student teacher ratio. She also plays the role of an insight informer by conducting workshops related to parenting, motherhood, behaviourial patterns of children, differential learning styles including myriad of topics for fulfiling the purpose of crafting many lives.
Principal, Sattva Montessori Preschool
Children between the age group of 2 to 2.5 years are enrolled in Mont - 1. We focus on the satisfaction of the children’s inquisitive minds through concept clarity. Therefore, all the activities have been designed to develop the social, cognitive, linguistic and physical skills in children.
Children between the age group of 2.5 to 3.5 years are enrolled in Mont - 2. Our primary focus for Mont - 2 students is to ensure a smooth transition for only playing to studying as well. Therefore, all the activities have been designed to develop the reading, writing and logical skills of the children.
Our curriculum in the Mont - 3 class is an extension of our Mont - 2 program and is designed to give children a strong foundation in the skills and academic excellence that will be needed to enter regular school. It helps the child develop various physical, personal, social, emotional skills, literature and language skills.
The Exercise Of Practical Life activities are designed to inspire movements directed to constructive ends. The activities are cutting vegetables, pouring , sorting grains, watering plants, washing floor, polishing brass , braiding, folding napkins, sweeping, watering plants, cleaning etc. The repetition of practical life activities help the child to develop concentration, independence, perfect muscular co-ordination, lessons of grace, courtesy and order there by engaging hands in the science of the mind.
The Sensorial materials intended to train the child's power of observation, judgment, precise decision making. It forms the basis for mathematics. The child learns to "carefully observer" and discriminate shape, size, length, color, texture, taste, smell etc. from the activities.
The Culture area of the Montessori Classroom covers a variety of subjects - Geography, Science , Botany , Zoology, History, Art and Music. The child learns about continents and then countries, their culture (food, costume, art, etc) these activities makes way through all the other areas of Culture.