Q2: What is the age range of children in the school / organisation?
0-3, 3-6, 6-12
Q3: What is the number of children in each of the age ranges?
Q4: How is the school / organisation funded?
Other, please specify:
Parents pay a small fee to an other organization which shares money with school.
Q5: What year was the adolescent (age 12+) organisation/ school established or when it is planned to start?
Q6: Are students together in mixed age groups?
We haven’t got these strudents yet, but they will be mixed 12-15.
Q7: What is the school / organisation policy about accepting children without previous Montessori experience to the adolescent programme?
It depends on previous, very “deep”, talk with parents and their child.
Q8: What are the arrangements regarding boarding?
Q9: Which of the following best describes the location of your school / organisation?
Q10: Would you describe your school / organization as land based?
Q11: What qualifications are offered at 16?
Q12: What qualifications are offered at 18?
Q13: Which teaching approaches are used?
Lectures, Individual research, Curriculum textbooks, Experiential learning,
We have children 6 – 11 years at school. They study many materials, they work with teachings aids, but
they have some lectures too. We try to go outside as often as possible.
Q14: Are the young people linked into the local community?
They visit some jobs, they try to open our school garden to the local comunity, …
Q15: What is your school’s capacity for each age range?
12-15 may be next school year
Other 3 – 12 – 70 children
Q16: Do you accept students without previous Montessori experience into the adolescent programme?
Q17: Does your adolescent school/organisation have access to land?
There is no land component
Q18: In what ways do your adolescents interact with land? (tick all that apply)
Other (please specify)
We only have a garden, student could work there.
So our program wouldn´t be based on the land, but student could raise crops, …
Q19: Approximately what percentage of study is derived from the work on the land? (please provide examples)
10 % (we only think about it – raising crops/fruits/vegetables
Q20: If students travel to the land and board there, how often do they stay there and for how long? (please describe)
Q21: What are the facilities that make up your adolescent environment?
Classrooms, Kitchen, Music Room, Science Lab,
Library, Computers, Sport Facilities,
Q22: Which professional institutions outside of the school structure do your students use?
Q23: How many adults work in the adolescent programme?
Full time 0
Part time 0
Q24: How many members of staff are specialists? (Please give details)
Everything will be – so one for czech language, one for math, one for science
Q25: How many adults working in the adolescent programme have Montessori qualifications at the adolescent level?
Q26: Have any members of your staff attended the AMI/NAMTA adolescent orientation programme? (Please indicate numbers and location)
Q27: How many adults have undertaken adolescent training elsewhere? (Please give details)
Q28: How many adults who have undertaken adolescent orientation also have Montessori qualifications at other levels? (Please give numbers and the level of training)
Respondent skipped this question
Q29: How many adults working in the adolescent programme have Montessori qualifications at other levels but have not had adolescent orientation?
Q30: How many adults working in the adolescent programme have only traditional teaching qualifications?
Q31: How many adults are directly involved in the adolescent programme? (Please list their roles, e.g. House Parent, Farm Manager, Kitchen Manager)
1 – science specialist
Q32: Are additional external specialists contracted and for what specialties?
Q33: Of these, how many have been exposed to Montessori methods?