Caedmon is a PreK-5 Modified Montessori school located on a quiet, residential street on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York. We are a school with a large international population. 25% of our enrollment comes to us from as many as 25 different countries. Caedmon maintains a class structure that allows the instruction to be more individualized. The Caedmon School consists of six levels: Beginners, Early Program, Kindergarten, Lower Level, Middle Level and Upper Level (fifth grade). Each class has two teachers - a head teacher and an associate. Individual and unique learning styles are an important factor in curriculum design – a wide variety of approaches is used to take such differences into account. The utilization of an inquisitive and experiential approach instills in the children the desire to pursue learning, the ability to acquire knowledge, and the incentive to work hard and to strive for excellence.
The Caedmon community is committed to the four tenets of our mission Academic Excellence, Montessori, Community, and Diversity. Thanks to this sincere commitment and the understanding of the schools mission, the members of the Caedmon community grasp the importance of giving to the school. Donations to the school directly support the children and the programs that stimulate their curiosity, optimism and desire to learn. It is for this that we teach and it is for the children that we give.
The Caedmon School consists of six levels:
- Beginners Program (2.9 - 3.0 years)
- Early Program (3 - 4 year olds)
- Kindergarten Program (5 year olds)
- Lower Level Program (first and second grades)
- Middle Level Program (third and fourth grades)
- Upper Level Program (fifth grade)
- Science, Library, Computer, Spanish, Art, Music, Physical Education and Yoga.
Encouraging and promoting the desire to learn – a natural gift of childhood – is the keystone of achieving academic excellence, confidence, creative problem solving skills, and social empathy at The Caedmon School.
Caedmon provides a wide variety of learning opportunities to challenge our children in developmentally appropriate ways. The structure of the classes allows for individualized instruction, in keeping with Montessori’s primary maxim to teach the child, not the material. In a supportive and nurturing environment, our children experience success, assume responsibility, and feel comfortable taking risks. We build self-esteem by teaching independence and by facilitating individual learning styles.
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