We recommend the following websites and books for up to date information regarding Montessori research, outcomes and a great deal of other interesting work. New research is always coming out, and many more useful resources are available so do get in touch if you would like any further information.
We are aware that students are spending more time online as they access work and communicate with their teachers and friends. It is therefore important that we continue to share safety messages to keep our children safe.
Here are some useful packs you might want to look at: Supporting parents with online working at home
"This page has been created to support parents during COVID-19 and the closure of schools. Each fortnight, we will be releasing new home activity packs with simple 15 minute activities you can do with your child to support their online safety at a time when they will be spending more time online at home"
AMI weekly digest 39 is available to view here
AMI weekly digest 36 is available to view here
AMI weekly digest 35 is available to view here
AMI weekly digest 34 is available to view here
Montessori for Everyone is a great source of free Montessori downloads. The site also has an extensive selection of downloads for sale, both for Children's House and Elementary level.
The Aid to Life booklets and DVDs are a great and accessible way in for children from birth to age three, with much available online
The Joyful Child Susan Mayclin Stephenson
Montessori – A Primer for Parents Terry Malloy
Montessori Read and Write Lynne Lawrence
Montessori Madness a parent to parent argument for Montessori https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tXyyHdVLe4
Steve Hughes is a paediatric neuroscientist who has interesting insight into the Montessori method
National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector A collection of research http://www.public-montessori.org/resources/does-it-work-what-research-says-about-montessori-and-student-outcomes
Association Montessori Internationale The global organisation set up by Dr Maria Montessori to perpetuate the authenticity of her work
North American Montessori Teachers Association which links Association Montessori Internationale and the American Montessori Society for thoroughly recorded information on best practice Montessori including that in the North American public sector
Maria Montessori Institute has published a new guide to Montessori careers explaining how to get a job in Montessori education, how much you may expect to earn and what other career paths may be open to you.
Montessori Compass is the record keeping system used by the school.
Please note these links are not regulated by us and we cannot be held responsible for any of their content.