Gateway International Montessori School, one of the top International Schools in New Cairo in Egypt, provides a comprehensive and challenging Montessori and American Education .
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British and American philosophies under one roof is not a new approach to education but when it comes to selecting the right approach for your child, ... READ MORE
The child spontaneously teaches himself by working with materials and activities that he chooses—work that match his interest and abilities. The teach... READ MORE
Montessori schools educate the whole child- body, mind and spirit. Academically, the Montessori classroom is usually divided into approximately five b... READ MORE
A Montessori preschool education provides an exceptional beginning for children, but it does not stop there. Montessori philosophy and education is tr... READ MORE
In brief, it is both a philosophy of child development and a rationale for guiding such development developed by Dr. Maria Montessori over 100 years a... READ MORE
One of the things that makes Gateway International Montessori School standout, is that we offer Spanish and Mandarin as a third language. Students that are taught Mandarin or Spanish here at Gateway focus on being fluent in the language.
Chinese is becoming one of the widest spoken languages in the world. The students here at Gateway start with the Pinyin System and practice their tones, followed by writing. Moreover, China is becoming dominant in the economy and politics of the world and for that reason the students study the Chinese Culture, History, and Geography. Another fun fact, is that Chinese makes the students multitask, due to the fact that it is the only language that makes a person use both sides of the brain.
Spanish is the second widest spoken language in the world more than 40 million native speakers. The Latin economy is also growing around the world. It is easy to learn; it is written as it is pronounced. Here at Gateway, the students learn fluency in the Spanish language by listening to it orally, knowing how to pronounce when it comes to phonics, and being taught vocabulary.