“There must be a gradual conquest - a gradual gaining of independence. It implies the acquiring of a sense of the power to act alone; the possibility of carrying out some useful and important action without help from others; the being able to solve one´s problems for oneself, to reach a difficult goal by one´s own efforts.“
Maria Montessori, Principles and Practice in Education
We are running a school for children ages 6–12, in which we are applying the educational philosophy of Maria Montessori and her well established material that she developed after many years of scientific observations.
We would like to make a contribution to the Montessori Continuum in the south of Vienna that includes all Planes of Development throughout all years of a child’s education: starting from the Children’s House (ages 3–6) through primary school (ages 6–12) and the Erdkinder school (ages 12–18) through maturity.
Portrait of Maria Montessori from our art teacher
Our art teacher Emma Lang has created a portrait of Maria Montessori for us. We think it is just wonderful! We are already looking forward to the painting taking its place in our school.read more
New Information evening MAY
We are inviting all interested parents to the HEUREKA! Montessori School House on 17th of may, 18:00! On this evening you will have the opportunity to see our prepared environment, view the school premises and meet our team. You will also learn more about the concept of education developed by Maria Montessori. In order to plan the evening well, we kindly ask that you register by sending an email!read more
International Montessori Meeting in Delft (NL)
In April 2023 the Annual Global Meeting of the Association Montessori Internationale took place in Delft (NL), which Alexandra Stieger attended. It was a gathering of the global Montessori community to exchange ideas and discuss the latest insights into Montessori education.read more