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√ Montessori is Academically Successful
√ Montessori has No Truancy and Low Discipline Issues
√ Montessori has a Diverse Student Body
√ Montessori has Strong Family Involvement and a Committed Staff
√ Montessori is community responsible and supports Rockford growth
This petition is to demonstrate support for the campaign for a Montessori Primary School in Lewisham. The campaign is driven by the need for more reception class places in the borough and a commitment to the right to choose the Montessori method.
A new Montessori state school would provide parents with more choice and benefit children through a distinct method of teaching that has proved hugely successful in many schools around the world for more than 100 years. To keep up to date with our campaign see our Facebook page here:
Kinderhouse Montessori (KHM) in Mira Mesa is an accredited American Montessori Institute school, dedicated to the developing minds of our children. As parents of children who attend this school, we fully support the school's desires to transition its reach to the elementary school grades.
Currently, only pre-school through kindergarten is offered, and special permission must be obtained by the Mira Mesa Town Comittee and Councilman Carl Demaio before the school is allowed to continue education for the attending childred beyond kindergarten.
This petition is intended to demonstrate that the local community supports this effort. Transition to elementary school will mean so much to those parents who rely on the outstanding care offered by KHM, and by offering the chance to continue our childrens’ education within Mira Mesa, we will continue to develop our shopping habits around our daily commute to and from school, which can only help support the success of local establishments.
From the Parents and Staff of Kinderhouse, thank you for your consideration and support.
The move to close down and to sell the church house at West Road is detrimental to the many members of the local community who currently use it.
The Bishop of Southwark should realise that this building is of great service to his community and could be even more beneficial and useful if it's use were maximised.
The Bishop should put in place measures to increase public use of this great resource rather than selling the building to developers for short-term profit.
Haven't our children been moved enough already?