Monty School’s approach to pupils
Children friendly school
- Pupils call the teachers by their first names.
- Good manners are always part of the curriculum.
- Lessons are run not only in the classes, the pupils are not divided solely according to their ages, they are divided into small cooperating groups.
- Pupils work on their projects individually but also in groups.
- There are the most modern teaching aids, including interactive boards, computers and others.
- Meals (snacks, lunch) are taken in the school canteen where the pupils can meet the Special school pupils and learn how to help their differently-abled counterparts.
Pupils are guided to
- Develop their vocabulary and communication skills in English, absorb knowledge expected of an elementary school pupil.
- Be able to work independently, help each other and younger, differently-abled and less-fortunate peers, and respect adults and seniors.
- Acquire the principles of democratic decision-making and actions, behave tolerantly and with respect for others.
- Be hungry for knowledge and new information, see the world around them in context.
- Be able to identify natural, cultural and human values.
- Be aware of their position in their region, state, Europe and the world.