Our Curriculum

Extra-curricular Activities

Our curriculum at Sparrow School extends beyond academics, offering a diverse array of extracurricular activities that empower students to explore and cultivate their unique interests and talents.”

Sparrow School's Vibrant Extracurricular Offerings Enriching Beyond Classes Unlocking Talents: Sparrow School's Diverse Extracurricular Activities

Sparrow School provides a dynamic tapestry of extracurricular activities, with each thread creating a distinctive experience for our kids. Our diversified activities cater to a wide range of interests, from sports teams competing with passion to innovative arts and community service initiatives that inspire change.

Our Curriculum

Practical Life

The Practical Life area is essential for a strong Montessori educational foundation. In this area a child is developing and strengthening control of movement (fine motor skills), concentration span, self-confidence, and a love of learning. The activities in Practical Life are made up of familiar objects that a child would observe in everyday life. The activities are designed and chosen so that the children feel comfortable and will be able to master the activity. These activities can be grouped under: care of self, control of movement, care of the environment, and grace and courtesy. The overall goal of this area is not only to help children gain self-confidence in their working abilities, but to expose the children to fundamental activities that will build their concentration span and work with activities they will encounter through adulthood. Practical life skills are of great interest to young children and form the basis of later abstract learning.


The Sensorial area of the classroom helps children become more aware of smaller details that are often overlooked. Each sensorial activity focuses on one important quality such as colour, weight, shape, size, texture, sound or smell. Sensorial activities develop the senses of perception and discrimination for exploring and noticing small differences in patterns as well as fine motor function development in the hands. The sensorial area builds the child’s concentration for a wider awakening of the senses and perception for distinguishing different qualities and patterns. These activities develop and refine the 5 senses — seeing, hearing, touching, tasting, and smelling — and build a foundation for speech, writing, and math through the use of sensorial materials.


The Language area of the Montessori classroom encourages development of early-literacy skills through the use of phonetic sounds. In the Language area children are exposed to various types of phonetic awareness activities to build a strong literary foundation. Montessori Language activities are designed to improve a child’s vocabulary, listening skills for common sounds, and differentiating between objects and pictures. Language activities include learning the shapes and sounds of letters, practicing fine motor skills by writing, vocabulary development, matching words and pictures, reading development with word lists, practicing parts of grammar (nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc.), creating sentences and reading silently


The Math area of the Montessori classroom encompasses the use of concrete materials for the recognition of numbers and the recognition of quantity as well. Through these activities, children learn exactly how much a symbolic number stands for (i.e. the number 5 means counting the correct number of objects to make the number 5). Mathematics activities are divided into six categories that include: counting and the decimal system, memory work, concrete abstraction, arithmetic tables and geometry. Children are introduced to more complex mathematical procedures and concepts as they are individually ready.


The Culture area of the environment encompasses a variety of subjects that are supplementary to the Montessori method. Cultural areas include: Geography, Zoology, Botany, Science, Art & Music. These areas provide children an opportunity to explore their curiosity of different and worldly ideas. Studying Geography allows the children the opportunity to understand their own culture as well as many others. The children can relate and understand cultural diversity and ultimately come to appreciate differences between humankind. Science in the Montessori classroom allows the children to observe and work with hands-on experiments that will cultivate a lifelong interest in nature and discovering more about our unique world. Through the study of Botany, the children learn about plants so that they may appreciate nature in a more organic way. The study of Zoology shows children animals from all around the world Lastly, the study of art & music allows the children a very unique opportunity to express themselves. Art & Music allows children to gain a literary understanding of language and develop their cognitive, social and emotional skills in a constructive way

What Your Child Learns Outside Of Books

Arts And Crafts
Arts and crafts are used to encourage creativity at Sparrow School.
Sparrow School promotes physical health via a variety of exercises.
Life Skills
Students at Sparrow School learn important life skills.
Sports: Excellence, Teamwork, Growth
Handball is a prominent sport at Sparrow School.
Frisbee is a leisure activity available at Sparrow School.
Basketball tournaments and games are held at Sparrow School.

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We are committed to providing a prepared environment that encourages children to develop practical, intellectual, physical and social discipline. We are committed to providing a prepared environment that encourages children to develop practical, intellectual, physical and social discipline.