Our school

Mammolina Montessori International School is authorized by the Generalitat Valenciana (GVA) Department of Education for early childhood and primary school education and NEASC School candidate. Located in a quiet neighborhood, just north of Valencia, we offer a multilingual (English-French-Spanish) Montessori based education.

As a small, private, family-oriented international school, children benefit from a diverse student body, an enriching multilingual environment, an individualized education and a beautiful outdoor space for them to explore nature, play, and engage in sports.

What will you find at Mammolina?

  • A truly peaceful Montessori environment
  • Family atmosphere and international environment
  • Respect for each child’s development and interests
  • A multilingual Montessori curriculum
  • Montessori environments with prepared materials and working areas
  • Outdoor learning
  • Family support, guidance and parent’s school
  • Extra support services: holiday clubs…

Montessori is our essence

Montessori is an approach to education that encourages children to be constructive and take charge of their learning and development. It promotes selfdiscipline, independence and responsibility through age appropriate academics and practical work.

In the classroom, Montessori materials help guide the children in a self paced learning environment. Mixed age groups enhance positive social interactions, and Montessori trained teachers use learning activities, materials and projects to promote healthy social, emotional and academic development.

Our Outdoor Space

Our spacious 2600m2 garden, full of plants, trees, a vegetable garden, and a tennis and handball court, gives the children the opportunity to explore and experience nature with plenty of
space for physical activity.

Outdoor learning experiences foster independence, raise self-esteem and create a positive attitude towards learning. In our garden, children begin to observe and appreciate life’s little phenomena, learn patience, and develop a sense of trust in nature.

“There is no description, no image in any book that is capable of replacing the sight of real trees, and all of the life to be found around them, in a real forest”.
María Montessori

Our team

Cristina Cort

DIRECTION

Rocio Cort

ADMINISTRATION

David Molina

EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Kate Naveen

PRIMARY

Théo Ronsin

PRIMARY

Ana Pérez

CHILDREN’S HOUSE

Julia Lacroix

CHILDREN’S HOUSE

Lorena Calatayud

CHILDREN’S HOUSE ASSISTANT – PRIMARY.

Our approach

Montessori

In a joyfully prepared learning environment, our educational approach is aimed to meet and adapt to the child’s needs according to their stage of development.

Emotions

Emotional wellbeing is a key component in Montessori education and is an essential element of the child’s holistic development.

Neuroscience

Understanding while being aware of the various stages of childhood development, we can approach the child in a more conscious way.

Positive discipline

Children-centered, positive discipline is modeled through kindness and mutual respect.

Spacious gardens for outdoor learning

Children’s House

3 to 6 years

During these years, children absorb and construct their sense of self from the world around them.

English speaking guide and introduction to French.

A learning environment where children can move freely and choose their materials and work spaces.

The five key subject areas are Mathematics, Sensorial work, Language, Culture and Practical Life.

Primary

7 to 12 years

This period of the child’s development is when they develop reasoning, imagination, intellect, understanding of culture and morality.

English speaking guide, French speaking guide, and the official obligatory Spanish and Valenciano curriculum

Experimenting and investigating, children learn abstract concepts through the materials.

Work is autonomous, interdisciplinary and children learn to take responsibility for their own development.

Our values