Founded in 2008, BALAKUTEERA Montessori House of Children is an independent school run by the BALAKUTEERA Educational Trust. It offers a pre-primary programme for children aged 2 to 6 years. BALAKUTEERA addresses the unique issues of today's children. Educational methods and materials are firmly rooted in the spirit and philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori.
BalaKuteera is a Montessori House of Children situated in Rajarajeshwari Layout, Nagadevanahalli, 80ft Ring Road, Mariyappanapalya, Bangalore, India. It has a Pre-Primary Programme for children aged 2 to 6 years and Primary Programme with registered school name "SHIKSHA ACADEMY FOR LEARNING". Will be adding one class per year. These programmes are based on the spirit, philosophy and vision of Dr. Maria Montessori. Balakuteera is an ideal home away from home for your children in Nagarabhavi, Kengeri, Ullal, Nagadevanahalli etc. We have well experienced teaching staff, baby caretakers and modern educational infrastructure. We are committed to excellence, providing a good quality environment that meets children to develop their mental ability skills, leadership and sportsmanship.
Was very impressed to see the facilities offered by the school. Also the technique used to teach. Congratulations to the teachers and the Management for the good work they are doing.
Our daughter, Ishani, has shown lots of improvement like things she want to do and speaking in sentences and playing with more curiosity. Thanks for cooperation and the support provided to develop her skills
Dr. Maria Montessori was born in Chiraville, Italy on 31st August 1870. In 1896 Madame Montessori became the first woman to graduate from the University of Rome Medical School and then she joined the staff of the University Psychiatric Clinic. She was also the first Lady Doctor to Graduate in those times. Being required to oversee children who were mentally retarded she became convinced that these children could learn if given the proper tools. She studied the work of Jean Itard and Eduardo Sequin-Pioneers in material based studies for the retarded children and started to design such tools for them.