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Monty Preschool of Prague
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Monty School Prague
Monty kindergarten is a bilingual school. We accept all students from around the World. Children grow and learn in an International Multicultural environment. The billingual environement helps children learn english naurally from a native speaker.
We specialize in children with different mother tongues.
We teach them Czech so that they can live well in the Czech Republic, but also English for a better loss in life.
Monty preschool applications for the 2023/2024 school year are accepted until full capacity. We provide pre-school education to children from 2 years.
The child can also be enrolled during the school year and in case of a vacancy.
You can also enroll your child ONLINE.
The enrollment will consist of several parts:
Sending electronic application form
On our website, you fill in a non-binding electronic application
Video meeting or a personal meeting
We will arrange a video call or a personal meeting where we will introduce each other.
Administration We will send you the necessary documents:
- registration sheet - In the actual situation in Czech, do not visit the GP in person. To substantiate this obligation, the legal representative:
1. declare that the child is properly vaccinated (sample statement to be sent) - in the case of online enrollment
2. provide a copy of the vaccination certificate - in the case of online enrollment
- preview of the contract
You can send these documents back signed by registered mail, electronic signature or data box to qusncnm
Payment of reservation fee
You will pay a reservation fee of 2500 CZK, which will be deducted from the first tuition fee.
Signing of the contract and issuing the decision on acceptance Finally
We agree on the terms and conditions and the school head issues a decision on admission. We will arrange the day of arrival.
We can arrange all the administration for children and their parents from abroad.
We have many years of experience working and communicating with families and children with a different mother tongue. We will teach children in Czech so that they succeed in enrollment in Czech schools, but also in English so that they are ready to further education in international schools.
At Monty we have an assistant for children with a different mother tongue then Czech to help communicate between family and school. We work closely with the Meta o. p. s organization, which offers support to teachers and schools if they address the specific needs of children and pupils with a different mother tongue. We are able to provide Czech language courses for family members of children.
In Monty you can speak Czech, Slovak, English, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian, Spanish immediately.
You do not speak a single language? We will provide a translator for your first communication meeting!!!!
What iterests you
The Monty program for toddlers (possibility to attend two, three or five days a week, or by individual agreement) is focused on the development of fine motor skills, social habits and lessons from practical life. Independence is developed in children, but also the ability to coexist in a group of peers. All activities are aimed at making little Montians independent and developing their self-confidence and self-awareness. Children play together, sing, dance and there is also storytelling and the opportunity to spend time in the garden or in the adjacent forest. During the day, the activities intertwine freely.
We focus on simultaneous bilingualism, where a child learns both languages at the same time and has contact with both from an early age. The best period for the formation of brain synapses during an individual's life is the period called "windows of opportunity". It is a critical period of children's life, when the formation of synapses is the easiest and fastest, depending on external stimulation. This period is defined as the first 10 years of a child's life with the greatest potential around the first 3 years of a child's age.
More and more children have speech problems and need to seek professional speech therapy care. If more languages are being taught, speech therapy supervision is a necessity. The pronunciation and correct speech development in Monty is supervised by a clinical speech therapist, who regularly attends kindergarten once a week.
At Monty, we do not compel parents to purchase expensive uniforms. However, we do provide the option to acquire a Dress Code, which consists of a collection of standardized clothing and accessories that we use during communal events, outings, and celebrations.
The Dress Code also includes attire for the teachers, who use it on a daily basis.
We implement projects supported by the EUROPEAN UNION
- EU Structural Funds Project "Templates for Kindergartens and Elementary Schools I" Project Name: Monty Kindergarten - Support for Children with DNL, Project Registration Number: CZ.02.02.XX/00/22_002/0005765
Templates II. project name: Modernization of approaches to upbringing and education in Monty Kindergarten,The project is focused on one of/a combination of the following topics: personnel support, personal professional development of teachers, joint education of children/pupils/participants, support of extracurricular/developmental activities, activities developing ICT, cooperation with parents of children/pupils/participants, cooperation with the public.
project registration number: CZ.02.3.X/0.0/0.0/18_064/0012794
Challenge 49 project name: Monty Kindergarten - challenge 49,
project registration number: CZ.07.4.68/0.0/0.0/18_066/0001558
The project is focused on a combination of the following topics: personnel support of schools, direct support of children with OMJ and their parents/legal representatives in schools.
Templates III. project name: Modernization of Monty Kindergarten - Templates III
project registration number: CZ.02.3.X/0.0/0.0/20_081/0022489
The project is focused on one of/a combination of the following topics: personnel support, personal professional development of teachers, joint education of children/pupils/participants, support of extracurricular/developmental activities, activities developing ICT, cooperation with parents of children/pupils/participants, cooperation with the public.
Challenge 54 project name: Monty Kindergarten - challenge 54,
project registration number: CZ.07.4.68/0.0/0.0/19_071/0001900
The project is focused on a combination of the following topics: personnel support of schools, direct support of children with OMJ and their parents / legal representatives, project teaching, education and personal development of teachers. school staff, community activities and support for an inclusive school environment.
The preschool club is most often divided into blocks, each of which lasts 20-25 minutes. Within them, we practice fine motor skills, visual and auditory perception, attention and memory, thinking and numerical relationships, school readiness in general. Emphasis is placed on the pre-reading period of introductory reading, where we draw on the SFUMATO fluent reading methodology. Through continuous reading, we teach children the correct eye movements, thereby preventing developmental disorders, especially dyslexia. We develop pre-mathematical thinking using the HEJNÉHO method.
Teaching takes place in a specially adapted classroom with an interactive whiteboard.
Theater offers children the possibility of physical and mental activities at the same time. In this club, children enjoy a lot of fun playing various children's theater games and fairy tales. In a playful way, they learn a lot of rhymes, poems, language and fairy tales, learn to speak clearly and also perform in front of other children. The club is therefore also suitable for children who are ashamed to learn how to establish yourself. Conversely, restless children can calm down in this club.
Children at the kindergarten are provided with truly healthy food in the form of organic products, seasonal fruits and vegetables, and high-quality products from local farmers.
Sweets are replaced with alternatives like unsulfured dried fruits. We make our own homemade muesli sweetened with quality chocolate, bake our own bread, and use butter rather than margarine.
Lunches are delivered by the company www.gastrovondracek.cz. This company, along with Mr. Vondráček himself, ensures the quality of both preparation and meat on a daily basis. They prioritize homemade ingredients and high-quality foods.
Morning and afternoon snacks are served in a buffet style, where children can choose from a variety of pastries (savory, sweet), spreads (butter, spreads), ham, cheese, fresh fruits, and vegetables (according to the season).
We draw great inspiration from PharmDr. Margrit Slimáková and her healthy cuisine.
At MONTY, we don't pamper children, but employ their heads and bodies to learn many times more than anywhere else, while considering kindergarten as their second family! We focus on simultaneous bilingualism, where a child learns both languages at the same time, and has had contact with both of them since early childhood.
The Monty School Prague kindergarten is registered in the school register and situated in the beautiful surroundings of the Hodkovičky district of Prague.
Children grow up in a multicultural environment. Children are not strictly divided according to age, but rather on the basis of their knowledge and abilities. Children are cared for by native English speakers as well as Czech teachers from both men and women. We consider experiential learning with a varied offer of stimuli for learning and the joy of it to be essential. The basic method of our work is a game, which means learning, communicating, imagining, cooperating, creating, being happy, being free, amazing, growing but also having time. We work with everyone according to their pace and possibilities.
We see the benefits of bilingual education when the child speaks one language, as if he had an answer in another in his head. He has to evaluate at any moment how his partner is talking in the conversation. This is a good training for the brain, thanks to which children have more creative thinking and are more sensitive in communication. From an early age, they know that this does not have to be just a "table", but also a "tisch" or a "table", so they do not box so much and tend to be more open. As a rule, bilingual children can also think better about the nature and function of the language and learn more language more easily.
1) Advantages of communication:
- wider communication field (extended family, community, international connections, employment).
- literacy in two languages.
2) Cultural benefits:
- deeper multiculturalism, bilingual experience of the world.
- greater tolerance towards minorities, less inclination towards racism.
3) Development of cognitive skills:
- development of thinking, creativity, sensitivity in communication.
4) Personal development:
- strengthening self-esteem, self-confidence.
- secure identity.
5) Benefits in the field of education:
- the growing possibility of achieving higher education.
- easier learning a third language.
6) Economic benefits:
- wider possibility of employment in various occupations
The German ring is taught according to Hallo Anna textbook. Children together with the lecturer and the central character Anna penetrate the foundations of the tongue in a playful and entertaining way. Each lesson is divided into several parts so that the children are not bored and to get used to the order and regularity. In the teaching, mostly audio-visual methods such as pictures, thematic posters or singing German songs are used, children also actively use textbooks.
The educational program includes a cycling and sports week, sports days and regular walks around.
In cycling week, children learn in a practical and fun way how to ride a bike safely. They are accompanied throughout the week by experienced instructors and show children the beauty and risks of cycling. After the course, children are more aware and responsible, during their stay, both on the road and in the field. The little ones will learn to ride their own bikes in a week. The more experienced will then improve in the technique of riding in the woods, meadows, terrain and sportkids fun obstacles (they simulate, for example, descending from the sidewalk, overcoming uneven road surfaces and generally increase stability and safety on the bike).