Who we are?

With a goal of reaching 2000 children yearly with book reading, we strive to impact reading readiness in children belonging to the disadvantaged sections of society especially those who lack access to books. We are not planning to reap the fruits now but we are pledging to sow the seeds in children to develop later a love for learning which will remain with them throughout their life, that is going to make them grow nonstop.

Who We Are?

We Respect Your Kids, Just as You Do!

Understanding the concept of Montessori is mostly about rethinking what childhood really is. Ethiopia being a nation among the fastest growing economy, we need solid foundations of individuals who will take part in this development. A child is the father of a man, it is this same child who grows and takes over different leads in the society he is a member of. Hence, focusing on the child is taking control of our future which we can determine now. Through Montessori education, everything is designed and made with the child in mind, which will make us adults analyze all our steps from the child’s perspective. Hence, the same principle can guide us to introduce fertile grounds of peace and sow it in the child, in the father of the man. This shall open an alternative to what we know and practiced before to do things differently to get better results for a peaceful society at large.


What does a typical Montessori classroom look like?

Montessori education is a unique approach to teaching that emphasizes self-directed learning and hands-on exploration. In a typical Montessori classroom, you will see a number of distinctive features that set it apart from traditional classrooms.

First, the classroom is often divided into sections or stations, with each area focusing on a specific type of learning or exploration. For example, one area may be dedicated to math activities, while another area is for language arts exploration. These areas may be marked with symbols or other cues to help children navigate and choose what to work on.

One of the key components of a Montessori classroom is the use of self-directed learning. Children are encouraged to choose their own activities and work at their own pace, giving them a greater sense of autonomy in their learning journey. Teachers act as facilitators, providing guidance and support as needed, but allowing the children to explore and discover on their own.

Along with self-directed learning, Montessori classrooms also emphasize hands-on exploration and practical life skills. Children are given the opportunity to engage in real-world tasks like cooking, cleaning, or gardening, which can help to develop their sense of responsibility and independence.

Another important feature of a Montessori classroom is the use of multi-age groupings. Children of different ages, ranging from 3 to 6 years old or 6 to 9 years old, for example, may be grouped together in the same classroom. This allows for personalized learning and encourages older children to act as mentors and role models for the younger ones.

Overall, a typical Montessori classroom is a vibrant, interactive, and highly engaging space. With its unique approach to teaching and learning, it provides children with the tools and skills they need to become confident, independent learners who are well-equipped to thrive in the world beyond the classroom.


Our mission is to create and implement a peace curriculum in early childhood education and provide quality child care for children to make them self-reliant, adopt the concept and culture of peace and be problem solvers in their social setup using the method of Montessori in formative years of 0-6.


By having experienced people in our team, in the field of child psychology, Montessori-trained consultants, and anthropologists who can help in identifying peace-relevant practices of our society, we continuously revise our delivery and techniques.


To have a physical school for 0-6 by mid-year 2024 as a pilot project, to eventually replicate in community centers. To reach 2,000 children through story time in different schools, daycares, and orphanages yearly. Collaborate with traditional schools for discussions and joined training to make the learning experience better for children.


The teacher is not preaching standing before the classroom while the classroom is facing her/him but rather has a facilitator role and allows students maximum interaction as they may wish.


Freedom of movement is typical to how the children move about in the classroom while they respect the works of others.


In search of ways how to make a peace curriculum for children, we have discovered the Montessori teaching which focuses on inner discipline and fulfillment as a result of engagement in child-led activities which displays itself as a peace-loving being. Coupling Montessori with the cultural expression of peace we achieve our mission of cultivating a peace-loving generation.


Our vision is to have a children, teachers, and parents academy built around the pillars of Montessori principles in the African realm.


Our values are our cornerstones on which our company operates internally and interacts externally. By upholding these values, we try to make in-house production of materials that we use with children or resource donations that other schools may recycle, which may make the programs affordable and sustainable. We maintain authenticity by looking into African cultures and picking appropriate and peace-related mechanisms and adopting same to introduce to the children or to use it as company language. We will always be child-centered with our approach of including one free service for every paid service that we give, which will double the number of children we reach every year.


The classroom somehow resembles the home as you will see a mixed-age classroom where 0-3 and 3-6 belong in a same classroom,


Freedom of Choice is accessible to students as they choose their own work rather than one assigned by the teacher

About Montessori

The child who concentrates is immensely happy.

All the programs we do directly or indirectly will be related to promoting peace, making peace-related stories integral part of our interaction and the daycare environment. Also, looking into our cultural experiences relating to peace will be resurfaced into our caring system and also how our business shall operate eventually. With full faith in taking our country towards a road of peace, we shall begin the work with our little ones and create a dialogue-loving generation who lives in the habit of discussion that arises from true curiosity and inquisitiveness.  Montessori education provides children with a unique and engaging learning experience that focuses on their individual interests and needs, and aims to develop their confidence, independence, and love of learning. While not all schools and educational environments follow a strictly Montessori approach, many educators and parents are drawn to the principles and philosophy of Montessori education

Who is Maria Montessori?

Maria Tecla Artemisia Montessori was an Italian physician and educator best known for the philosophy of education that bears her name, and her writing on scientific pedagogy. At an early age, Montessori enrolled in classes at an all-boys technical school, with hopes of becoming an engineer.

What is Montessori Education?

The Montessori method of education involves children's natural interests and activities rather than formal teaching methods. A Montessori classroom places an emphasis on hands-on learning and developing real-world skills

Why do you need Montessori?

Our modern Montessori approach offers enrichment beyond the traditional educational experience. We continue to evolve as the world evolves. Well-Rounded Curriculum, Literacy Focused, Structured Freedom, Highly Trained Staff, Parent Partnership, Legacy & Reputation

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