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Our school

A place for kids to grow – our campus, Montessori am Wannsee, provides the best setting for your child to get off to a good start at primary school. Our work is informed by the experience and guiding principles of the Italian education reformer, Dr. Maria Montessori. Her methods and materials continue to be successfully used as they have been for over 100 years.

We have a Team of Montessori educators who have a recognised qualification, and teaching rooms equipped with superb Montessori materials to support the children in their work.
We are international – and bilingual! Our students come from a great diversity of countries; many are growing up in bilingual families. Both our German and English speaking educators use the immersion method when they communicate with the children. The same goes for our bilingual Kinderhaus am Wannsee
, on the same campus, directly opposite our school.

Our all-day primary school is open from 7:30 to 18:00. Between 8:30 and 15:30 the children are taught in learning groups. During their free time, they can choose between sailing, yoga, painting or any of the other courses on offer. The students soon feel that the Landhaus Oppenheim and the community here are their home from home.

Enrolment

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News

Chess success for IMS

Chess enthusiasts are familiar with it: the Autumn Open 2022 for children under 10 took place in Berlin in November. The International Montessori School Berlin was represented by Petr Volodin.

Action days before the Christmas holidays

Sometimes I help, sometimes I am helped - sometimes I show something, sometimes I am shown something. Inter-grade learning and an exchange of children across different age groups is part of the Montessori pedagogy that is cultivated at IMS.

Christmas bazaar for classes 1-3

At IMS, the pre-Christmas activities have begun. At the Christmas Bazaar, classes 4-6 invented, made and staged a series of games for the younger ones. From "Save Santa's Hat" to "Search in the Snow" or the already traditional "X-mas Bowling"...