Grade 1 to 2
Royal Cedar Montessori (RCM) is committed to educational excellence by cultivating independent thought and a lifelong love of learning in the students. Our approach values the human spirit and focuses on the cognitive, emotional, social and physical development of the child.
RCM is more than just a school; we are a child-centred community of educationalists, teachers and families that strongly believes that each student has his or her own unique capabilities. We strictly adhere to the Montessori philosophy, methods and materials, and our management and faculty are highly trained and qualified. We are very proud of maintaining a low student to teacher ratio of 7:1. This means children get the attention and care they require to reach their full learning potential.
Additional Development Program
We believe that children are naturally eager for knowledge and are capable of initiating learning in a supportive and thoughtful environment. Therefore, RCM is the only Montessori in Hyderabad that offers a wide variety of additional courses to ignite early interest in STEM fields and broaden the horizons of children. These courses include:
4. Sensorial Pathways
5. Mandarin (Chinese) Language
6. Quranic Language
7. International Competitions and Assessments (ICAS; organized by the University of South Wales, Australia)
Moreover, RCM has introduced Hong Kong’s Educational Technologies Limited (ET) Learning to our students to prepare them to have a winning edge in school and life. Through ETL learning, we further develop the habit of reading and love of learning, prepare students for the complex 21 st century world, and above all, raise well-rounded and happy children.
Admission Fee: 10,000
Security Deposit: 10,000
Annual Fee: 4,500
Tuition Fee: 10,000 per month
Pre-Nursery: 2.5 to 3 years
Nursery: 3.5 to 4 years
Kindergarten: 4.5 to 5 years
Observation and School Tour
All prospective families are required to have a school tour. Please make an appointment by phone to arrange the tour.
An informal evaluation will be conducted by the teacher of the prospective class.