Pragnya Montessori House of Children was established in 2004. It is a professionally operated, co-educational school follows the development of the child according to the Philosophy and Methodology of Dr. Maria Montessori. Pragnya Montessori School provides an integrated, inclusive, highly personalized educational environment for children from 18 months to 16 years old. Individual classes are specially designed to meet the developmental needs of the age range they serve. 

The School is comprised of 

      • Primary School (the two and a half to six year old group)
      • Elementary School (the 6 – 9 and 9 – 12 year old groups) 
      • Erdkinder (12 – 16 year old group)
Pragnya Montessori school is affiliated to the IGCSE curriculum of Cambridge International Assessment Education for the academic requirements of the Erdkinder Program.

Our Mission

Our mission is to aid the child’s development through an experiential learning curriculum based on Dr. Montessori’s Philosophy and provide an environment that helps them in transforming themselves into a complete adult human being, comfortable with himself, with his society and with humanity as a whole.

Our Philosophy

Our school provides a challenging, individualized educational experience founded in a Montessori curriculum with the objective of developing independent thinking students of knowledge, courage, personal integrity and compassion.

Our Vision

We believe that a child’s full potentiality is reached when his/her developmental needs are met. We plan to implement Dr. Montessori’s philosophy in its purest form to aid the development of the child. We believe that our work will develop independent, confident, skilled and responsible adults. We envision this development as an integral aspect for developing a society for a better tomorrow.


The greatness of the human personality begins at the hour of birth. From this almost mystic affirmation there comes what may seem a strange conclusion: that education must start from birth. And so we discovered that education is not something which the teacher does, but that it is a natural process which develops spontaneously in the human being

Dr. Maria Montessori