Montgomery school Nairobi
Montgomery understands parental
involvement is a crucial component to the success of a child’s educational
achievement. Parents are their child’s most important teacher. Research has
proven that children are more successful learners when their parents are
actively involved in their learning, both at home and at school. To support
parents as partners, we encourage families to be involved in their child’s
educational process. Montgomery school offers an open-door policy, allowing
parents to visit and participate in our programs at all times, fostering a
sense of openness and inclusion.
Our teachers and staff help with the transition process from home to
school, and help to ease the stress families may face during this process. We
regularly update our curriculum to coordinate with state standards and develop
enrichment programs that meet the needs of our children. The school’s web site
helps to facilitate open communication between teachers and families. We
encourage families to be active in their child’s education by participating in
school and classroom activities and celebrations, class trips, birthday
parties, and special presentations. Teachers also encourage family involvement
by asking parents to read stories, help with projects, talk about their
careers, and volunteer in classrooms in many other ways.
Our doors are always open to parents and families, and we look forward
to working together in this exciting collaboration.