This is one of Maria Montessori’s maxims recurring throughout her work with young children. Since 1988 the mission of Eurythmia has been to help develop the global personality of the children it welcomes into its family atmosphere. Aware of the problems of the world today, we feel we should complement traditional teaching methods (…)
In our school we try to create a space where children can grow and learn in a safe and harmonious atmosphere during their first years of education. The spaces have been carefully thought out and arranged in order to create a safe, stimulating environment in which the children perceive the world around them through their senses. (…)
Although on the one hand we advocate freedom, at the same time we emphasize responsibility and independence.We encourage the children to be independent and autonomous in everything they do, so that they will develop self-confidence.This autonomy is achieved through moments of discovery, creativity and freedom of choice. From an early age, children (…)
We encourage the children to be independent and autonomous in everything they do, so that they will develop self-confidence.
This autonomy is achieved through moments of discovery, creativity and freedom of choice. From an early age, children are encouraged to learn to do things on their own. (…)
Respect, good manners and the ability to share should form the basis of the social education of any child.
Our work is to help the child to accept others whilst respecting both their personality and personal space, thereby promoting social interaction. (…)
For more than twenty years Eurythmia has been known for its quality and success in preparing children to continue their education in the renowned international schools of Oporto. For many children, their first contact with English is in our school. Therefore we maintain a bi-lingual teaching staff, who can assess and work within the linguistic capabilities of each child. (…)
In our college, we believe that the work done with the children should be complemented by the “work” of the parents at home, with a view to the better development of the children and a more effective intervention with each one of them. As such we have always sought to create an “open school” concept in which parents are invited to participate at various times in their children’s school life. (…)
The great advantage of Eurythmia, apart from what has been mentioned previously is that it is much more than just a school.
It is a second home where we give a special attention and care to each child, and where your son / daughter will gain knowledge, education and strength that will be present (…)