Our Programs

Explore our range of programs, serving children age 0-12 and their families

Winter Camp

For 6 months - 6 years
For 6 months - 6 years old | Accompanied & Unaccompanied Options
Fun and engaging learning opportunities for children in locations across Bali, Hong Kong, Beijing, Guangzhou and Hangzhou.
Trial Available

Montessori Together

For 6 - 24 months
Age 6 to 24 months old | Accompanied
This accompanied Montessori-inspired playgroup offers infants and young toddlers the opportunity to freely explore our prepared environment and engage with curated Montessori materials.
Offered by Guidepost One Island South


For 1 - 2 years
For 1 - 2 years old | Unaccompanied
All of the young child's developmental needs are met with warmth and care by expert staff, such as their desire to walk and talk, eat and drink independently, and understand the world around them.

Transitional Toddler

For 1.5 - 2.5 years
For 1.5 - 2.5 years | semi-accompanied
This semi-accompanied program helps ease separation anxiety in young toddlers, develops focused attention through prolonged purposeful activity, and builds self-confidence through active engagement with learning materials.
Offered by Guidepost One Island South


For 2 - 3 years
For 2 - 3 years old | Unaccompanied
Our Toddler program offers a safe and engaging space where toddlers internalize just how capable they are, building their view of self on a foundation of trust, joy, independence, and encouragement.

Children’s House

For 3 - 6 years
For 3 - 6 years old | Unaccompanied
The Children's House is a carefully-prepared, child-sized classroom in which children direct their own activity, building confidence and social skills while maximizing their own capability to learn and love learning.
Trial Available

Enrichment Programs

For 2.5 - 6 years
Age 2.5 - 6 Years Old | Unaccompanied
Our Enrichment Programs offer children of different ages the opportunity to dive deeper into different areas, exploring interests and building new skills.
Offered by Guidepost One Island South


For 6 - 12 years
For 6 - 12 years old | Unaccompanied
Children learn to collaborate effectively, exercise creativity, and engage deeply in academics. Our classrooms support this with rich content, group learning, and individual agency, preparing them for planning, researching, and complex problem-solving.
Coming Soon

Parent & Infant Together

For 0 - 6 months
For 0 - 6 months
New parents learn practical tips and insights from experts, while building connection with their baby in a beautifully prepared environment designed to stimulate the baby's optimal development
Coming Soon

Parenting Programs

For expecting & new parents
For expecting & new parents | Adults only
New parents build confidence, connect to their new baby and a community of young families, in a safe setting facilitated by an expert with decades of experience

An Education For Independence

The infants in Nido sleep on floor beds, so that when they learn to roll over or crawl off the bed, they may do so on their own accord.  They need not cry at the edge of a crib waiting for an adult to move them.  During waking hours, they spend time on textured rugs observing their environment, which might include contrasting mobiles or full length mirrors.  They are also provided with age-appropriate lessons on low shelves, which they may crawl or walk up to and explore.

When the child enters Toddler, they enter a world of their own.  They receive lessons on dressing themselves, grooming, food preparation, and, ultimately, toilet training.  When the child accomplishes these tasks for themselves, you can see the spark in their eyes as well as the smile on their face.  Toddlerhood is a time when the child begins to realize they are a separate being from their guardian.  They learn they can make decisions for themselves, such as when to eat or what lesson to work on. This gives them a sense of purpose and motivation.  The daily routine of the classroom is the child’s first exposure to time management.  They begin to understand that first they work, then go to the playground, then eat lunch, then nap, and then it is finally time to go home.  This routine will serve them well in the primary years when they have to manage their own time effectively.

When the child enters Children’s House, they are exposed to the world of knowledge.  The skills of reading and arithmetic provide the child with a new sense of independence.  Now they can choose topics of interests, whether it be writing, science, or art.  The guide observes and follows the child, providing them with appropriate lessons that will engage the learner and motivate him to practice the lessons until mastery.  Practical Life lessons are crucial at this age, as they continue to teach children how to take care of themselves as well as the environment.  Such lessons might include tying shoelaces, setting a table, or taking care of a class pet.  In the last year of Children’s House, the child takes on the important role of being a leader in the classroom.  They no longer nap and are able to help the younger ones with lessons.

The primary years are when the child begins to practice the independence learned in the previous communities.  They use the materials to complete weekly goals and learn how to manage their time using a work journal.  The work journal teaches the child about short-term and long-term goals and how to keep track of their work, much like adults do with their calendars.  They learn how to dig deep into topics of interest and conduct research with reliable resources.  Some projects may be collaborative but still require independent work and delegation of responsibility.  This is also a time of great social interaction.  The students learn how they fit into their school community and the outside world.  They may argue with friends, but hopefully that conflict allows them to build empathy and problem-solving skills.  The child learns what values are important to them and how to stand up for what they believe in.  Independence is a crucial skill for life and it is at the heart of a Montessori education.  It is taught to the child directly and indirectly from birth to high school and practiced for the rest of their adult life.

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