Colour Days

Colour days are celebrated at Merton once every term to reinforce the colours (Red, Yellow and Blue) amongst the Nursery one and two pupils. Children and teachers come to school wearing clothes and carrying items depicting the colour being celebrated.…

World Teachers Day

UNESCO proclaimed 5th October to be World Teacher Day in 1994, WTD sets forth the rights and responsibilities of teachers as well as international standards for their initial predation and further education, recruitment, teaching and learning conditions. World Teachers Day…

Good Manners Day

Manners are important life skills which enable children to get along better with classmates, teachers and family members as well as learn socially acceptable and responsible behaviour. Our focus is mostly on the following manners, Table  manners ; children are…

The Month of Fairy Tales and Folktales

Book Character Day/Read Aloud:   Merton’s intriguing period of folktales and fairytales, covers book character days and read aloud sessions. Each class picks one (Fairytale/folktale book) learns about the characters in the book, the morals of the story and act them…

Harvest & Thanksgiving

This is an occasion when the virtues of generous giving is inculcated into Merton children (Our Future Leaders) to give back to the society some of  what God has blessed them with. Donations to Ayi Bonte (a deprived community), the…

Grandparents Day

The celebration of Grandparents day is one of the institutionalized programmes of Merton Montessori School, which have been tried and tested. The day signifies love and respect for elders. Grandparents’ day began as the idea of one woman who inspired…

Project Work Presentation

At Merton, we recognize that young children have limitless potential to learn and develop key skills.  We aim to give these children a happy and crucial head start in their education and to lay the emotional, physical and mental foundation…