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International Women’s Day

Around the world, it is International Women’s Day.

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Why should I study a second language?

We are often asked this question, and our IB Coordinator Casper Buisman sat down with us recently to give us insight into why studying a second language is good for your brain and your global citizenship.

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Differences between Montessori and Traditional Education

There are many differences between Montessori and Traditional Education, and sometimes it takes our new students (and staff) a little bit of time to adjust to a new way of doing things.

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Congratulations to our 2021 Year 12 Cohort!

We are extremely proud of our entire 2021 Year 12 cohort who have all come out on top thanks to their resilience and ongoing focus, in-spite of the many challenges and adversity they have had to overcome in the past two years.

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In Good Company

Montessori Education has a worldwide tradition of over 100 years. Do you know some of these famous Montessorians?

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2022 Open Day at Brighton Campus

On Sunday 3 April 2022, from 10.00am to 12.00pm, we invite you to attend our Brighton Campus Open Day! Learn more about approach to teaching and learning in Cycle 3 onwards (the equivalent of Year 4 to Year 12).

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2022 Open Day at Caulfield Campus

Join us on Sunday 27 March 2022, from 10.00am to 12.00pm, for our Caulfield Campus Open Day! Learn more about our philosophy and approach to teaching and learning in Cycle 1 and Cycle 2 (the equivalent of 3-Year-Old Kindergarten to Year 3).

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What is the IB Learner Profile?

At the moment, our IB students are unravelling the meaning and message of the IB Learner Profile.

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IB Awards Ceremony

Congratulations to Matthew Voudouris who is the first MMS student to attend the IB schools Victoria and Tasmania award ceremony for students who achieved a score of 40 or higher out of 45 available points in the IB Diploma Programme. Well done Matt!

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