Kreedo Mantossary School

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The most important period of life is not the age of university studies, but the first one, the period from birth to the age of six.” – Maria Montessori 0 to 6 years is vital for a child’s development During this period, a child undergoes tremendous changes, including:

  • Rapid brain development
  • Notable physical development
  • Immense desire and ability to learn concepts

Kreedo Philosophy

Our philosophy identifies this important period and provides the child with the right elements to facilitate learning, including:

  • A structured environment
  • Theme-Based Learning
  • Freedom to choose the learning materials
  • Acknowledgement of child’s work (No rewards | No punishments)
  • Activity based learning/ Experiential learning
  • Child-Proportionate Learning Materials
  • Freedom to choose/ The place of work
  • Peer learning


This period is also the right time to introduce a variety of concepts in the structured environment. The concepts include:

  • Practical life
  • Language
  • Geography
  • Zoology
  • Sensorial
  • Mathematics
  • Botany
  • Culture

Success Factors

We have identified a few factors that all preschools have to address in order to maximize the child’s potential.

Child-centric Curriculum

A curriculum that is mapped to the individual learning needs of a child, covering all the essential areas of development

Scientifically Designed Materials

Educational aids that are designed to meet the learning objectives of the curriculum

Child Evalutaion

Evaluating the child’s progress through periodic assessment of all areas of development


Children between the ages of 0-6 years have immense capabilities to learn and the preschool has to ensure that each child is exposed to an environment that aids in this development. This is achieved through the combination of essential components, such as:

  • Curriculum
  • Learning materials
  • Child assessment
  • Academic support

These components combine powerfully to help the child grow psychologically, physically, emotionally and also academically.

A state-of-the-art system which covers all aspects of early development Emphasis on key areas like senso-motor, personality, language and cognition Inputs from early childhood educators, school owners, special educators, preschool teachers and Montessorians Detailed timetable for activities and themes Constant evolution with implementation of new practices and procedures A structured environment with specially designed learning materials Learning materials Moving away from conventional methods to ensure effective implementation of the curriculum Scientifically designed materials with specific learning objectives Materials selected through a logical process to adhere to Kreedo’s philosophy Learning through a process of exploration and discovery More than 180 materials mapped with Kreedo’s educational objectives Enabling teachers to implement the curriculum through comprehensive traini Child assessment A differentiated outlook on child assessment to perfectly complement the curriculum Observation, recording and assessments to ensure that every child meets the development objectives Assessment software with built-in benchmarks and other algorithms that provide insights into the child’s progress, interests and strengths Providing a foundation for constructive feedback for the parents on the overall development of the child.