Schools for Early Childhood Learning

SINCE 2012, ALMOST 10 YEARS OF EXISTENCE AND KNOW-HOW
AT THE SERVICE OF CHILDREN

Our foundations

We strive to provide a warm welcome to each child and his or her family.

Daily interaction with families is one of our top priorities.

We seek to foster an international environment.

We take every opportunity to embrace our students' cultural heritage.

We aspire to bring out children's highest potential.

Neuroscientists, pediatricians, and early childhood professionals all agree: the first years of a child's life, from birth to age 6, are formative ones.

We lay the foundation for academic learning.

We provide regular and detailed progress and development reports for each child.

We emphasize the role and importance of creativity.

Children are given daily opportunities to express their creativity through art, sports, music, yoga, and philosophy, which form the foundations of the 123 mon école method.

We ensure impeccable safety and hygiene.

Clean, well-cared-for schools are one of our central concerns. The children and our teams spend their days in a comforting environment with ample natural lighting.

Why start school at age 2?

Preschool gives children an advantage

Pre-school" sections, specifically dedicated to 2 year olds,
A pedagogical base based on Montessori material and an environment adapted to their age.
To gain confidence and autonomy and thus prepare for entry into the first year of kindergarten.

Everyone needs time to adjust

Each school year, children integrate into the school day gradually, at their own pace.

The cleanliness stage,
a big step forward

Most toddlers have not yet learned to use the toilet on their own. Our teachers care for them during diaper changes and guide them gradually towards independent toilet use.

The goal is for them to be out of diapers by the time they enter primary school.

Creativity, sport and music
at the heart of our educational project

The school's founder, Goli Aryeh, has made weekly art, music, and athletic activities a consistent part of the curriculum since 123 mon école was founded.

Group activities

In keeping with Montessori philosophy, we emphasize group participation for art, music, and sports activities. 
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During the school day

These activities take place every week in small groups, during school hours, giving the children an opportunity to step outside the classroom.
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Guest instructors

Classes are led by trained and qualified professionals who share their enthusiasm and expertise with the children.

Group activities

In keeping with Montessori philosophy, we emphasize group participation for art, music, and sports activities. 
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During the school day

Activities take place every week during the school day, providing an opporutnity for the children to step out of the classroom and for teachers to guide even smaller groups in even more personalized activities.
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Guest instructors

Classes are led by trained and qualified professionals who share their enthusiasm and expertise with the children.

Sports

Athletic activity is necessary for the development of essential motor skills, through movement, balance work, and manipulating objects by throwing or catching them.
Small children begin to practice these gestures in their first games.
Group sports activities provide an opportunity to foster team spirit and teach children to have fun within an established set of rules.

Music

Through listening to a variety of music, children sharpen their ears and become familiar with musical instruments. All the media are used to vary the approach to rhythm and pulsation: rhymes, onomatopoeia, body movements.
The children have at their disposal claves, tambourines, maracas, etc., with which they can learn to play an instrument.

Art

123 mon école enjoys working with artists because they embody an invaluable open-mindedness and introduce children to a variety of worlds that nourish their imaginations. The photographer Mélissa Boucher, the sculptor India Leire, and the painter Tamaris Borrelly are among those who regularly lead classes at the school.
Children have access to a wide range of materials so that they may explore different creative paths. Possible activities include outdoor mural creation, painting, drawing, sculpture, and discovering artists and artworks.

Sports

Its practice is essential to develop the essential motor actions: moving, balancing and manipulating objects, throwing or receiving them.
Games for the very young are the first manifestations of this.
Collective games are also an opportunity to federate team spirit and to learn to have fun around common rules.

Music

Through listening to a variety of music, children sharpen their ears and become familiar with musical instruments. All the media are used to vary the approach to rhythm and pulsation: rhymes, onomatopoeia, body movements.
The children have at their disposal claves, tambourines, maracas, etc., with which they can learn to play an instrument.

Art

123 mon école likes to work with artists, because they bring a precious open-mindedness and lead the children into various universes that feed their imagination. The photographer Mélissa Boucher, the sculptor India Leire and the painter Tamaris Borrelly are among those who work at 123 mon école.
A wide range of materials is made available to the children so that they can explore the paths of creation. The programme includes outdoor frescoes, painting, drawing, modelling and the discovery of artists and works of art.

Support for families

Being attentive and providing support to families is essential to creating a climate of trust, which children need in order to thrive.

The beginning and end of the school day

Time is set aside each day for teachers and parents to connect.

A question, need to discuss
on a subject?

Our administrative team will respond to your question quickly by email or phone.

Request an appointment

Send an email to administration, and a member of our staff will put you in touch with the right person.

Annual meetings
in December and January

The school arranges parent-teacher meetings in December and January to discuss children's progress and behavior.

The arrival and departure of
of the children

Time is set aside each day for teachers and parents to connect.

Is there something on your mind?

Our administrative team will respond to your question quickly by email or phone.

Appointment
on request

Send an email to administration, and a member of our staff will put you in touch with them.

Annual meetings
in December and January

The school arranges parent-teacher meetings in December and January to discuss children's progress and behavior.

Progress reports are key to our educational approach

An online progress reporting tool

For each child, teachers provide thorough, constructive, online progress reports that address skills acquisition and overall development.

Laying the foundations for primary school

One of our priorities is aligning the Montessori Method with the French national education program. We have created a key that indicates how "Montessori activities" correspond to the skills recommended by the national education system, so that children's progress reports are comprehensible to all schools.

Instructor reports

Our in-school sports, music, and art instructors also contribute to children's progress reports in order to provide a holistic view of their psychomotor, social, artistic, and musical development.

Management oversight

The management team has a global vision of the school, and keeps a close eye on how each class is progressing.

For parents

Online parent resources

Teachers report on children's skills acquisition with respect to their overall development.

The blog

Children, those little secretive people, don't tell you about their day!
This secure blog, for the exclusive use of the school's parents, allows them to share their daily lives.

A simplified administrative process

Families have access to an online administrative portal where documents such as invoices and caregiver information are stored.

Online parent resources

Teachers report on children's skills acquisition with respect to their overall development.

The blog

Children, those little secretive people, don't tell you about their day!
This secure blog, for the exclusive use of the school's parents, allows them to share their daily lives.

A simplified administrative process

Families have access to an online administrative portal where documents such as invoices and caregiver information are stored.

Parent Webinars

We care for families as well as their children. Our wish is to support parents by providing them with educational tools developed just for them.

Every webinar is made available in podcast form to give parents easy access and repeat listening opportunities.

Examples include: "From Sounds to Languages"; "The Child's Developing Brain: Patience in the Making"; and "How Play Fuels Development."

Health and safety

Ensuring impeccable hygiene

Clean, well-cared-for schools are one of our central concerns. The children and our teams spend their days in a comforting environment with ample natural lighting.

Handwashing

Each classroom is equipped with soap dispensers and contact-free hand sanitizer.

Clean schools

Professional cleaning and disinfecting take place on a daily basis.

On the cutting edge of innovation

123 mon école was one of the first schools to install a surface purification and sterilization system (Quos AIR) as well as to use antibacterial paint (Umana).

Handwashing

Each classroom is equipped with soap dispensers and contact-free hand sanitizer.

Clean schools

Professional cleaning and disinfecting take place on a daily basis.

On the cutting edge of innovation

123 mon école was one of the first schools to install a surface purification and sterilization system (Quos AIR) as well as to use antibacterial paint (Umana).

The right tools for a safe environment

We have children in our care. We are committed to ensuring safe schools and training our staff for emergency situations.

Fire safety and evacuation drills

Each year our teams attend fire-safety training and participate in evacuation drills.

School Safety Plan (Plan Particulier de Mise en Sureté (PPMS))

Specific alarms and drills are carried out with the help of local authorities.

Caregiver identification

At the end of the school day, our teams verify the identity of adults who arrive to pick up children.

Fire safety and evacuation drills

Each year our teams attend fire-safety training and participate in evacuation drills.

School Safety Plan (Plan Particulier de Mise en Sureté (PPMS))

Specific alarms and drills are carried out with the help of local authorities.

Caregiver identification

At the end of the school day, our teams verify the identity of adults who arrive to pick up children.

Our Educational Approach

Dedicated to Early Childhood Learning

The Montessori Method

Bilingual Education

Pre-enrollment contact form

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