The legacy of school life at the Montessori Palau school
Once the student finishes their school life aged 18, they are prepared for life with the skills that the Montessori Methodology brings out, for example: the ability to set milestones, decision-making, continuous improvement, curiosity to learn with an interest in improving society and the environment, as well as the skills to work in a team and provide leadership.
The legacy of the Infant Education stage
The development of self-discipline, self-knowledge and movement control, necessary to begin a new phase.
The legacy of the Primary Education stage
Having reached the required level in the different subjects, the discovery of their individual and social responsibility in thinking of the good of humanity which will allow them to extend this knowledge at the Secondary stage.
The legacy of the Secondary Education stage
Dr Montessori considered that the student, at aged 18, had already entered maturity. Having completed their school life at the Centre, students have reached a degree of development that allows them to continue the process of self-construction independently, promoting their own entrepreneurial abilities. They have acquired the abilities that allow them to be able to plan for themselves, make decisions using mental flexibility, be responsible in order to face the circumstances in their own lives and contribute to the improvement of the world. It is for this reason that Dr Montessori called it "Education for Life".