How many students are in the school? What is the breakdown per level? We’ll have a maximum of: 16 children in Children House, the ratio is 1 Montessori guide every 8 children 11 children in Lower Elementary, the ratio 1/11 11 children in Upper Elementary, the ratio 1/11
Is the main language of instruction Spanish or English? Are other languages taught? The main language is English, Spanish as a second language and other optional languages are upon request
Is your program recognised by the Andalusian School Board? Or any other organisation? Our school is in the process to be recognised by the Andalucian School Board, (Consejeria de Educación de la Junta de Andalucía) and has been accepted as candidate by NEASC - New England Association of Schools & Colleges Commission on International Education.
Up to what age are you taking children this academic year 2019-2020? We will be taking children with a Date of Birth of January 2012 onward, this academic year, 2019 - 2020 and we will grow with your child for up to 12 years in the coming years
Where do most children go for secondary education after Beworldwise? Our plan is to set up our Beworldwise secondary school by the time our older students get to that stage. (Expected 2021-2022)
What does AMI stand for? The Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) was founded in 1929 by Maria Montessori to maintain and uphold the integrity of her life’s work and to ensure the philosophy would prevail after her death. AMI is the recognised international authority for Montessori education. During its long history AMI has fostered the growth and development of Montessori programmes and teacher training, along with supporting the development and education of children and young adults in a vast variety of settings throughout the world. AMI is diligent in ensuring that Montessori schools and guides are operating in accordance with its important guidelines and philosophy, thus providing parents with the reassurance that their child is being educated with the highest standards of excellence and integrity of method. AMI is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) associated with the United Nations Department of Public Information (since 1985) and an NGO in operational relations with UNESCO (since 1962). AMI is a benchmark of authenticity and excellence for Montessori education. All guides at Beworldwise are AMI trained and environments have been designed in line with the fundamentals of AMI Montessori pedagogy.
Beworldwise honours and adheres to the AMI philosophy, fully committed to enabling children to become the transforming elements of society, leading to a harmonious and peaceful world. More information can be found at: https://montessori-ami.org