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    Default Public Montessori/Steiner/Reggio Emilia schools?

    As the title states, do you know of any public schools that use the above approaches?

    Preferably in NSW.

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    Sorry I don't know any. I'm subbing to find out too.

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    In QLD, grovely state school has a Montessori program till year 5. No help with NSW sorry!

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    Found this list of Montessori public schools, but there are none listed for NSW.
    Boo!
    http://montessori.org.au/schools/public.lasso

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    Not a lot sorry. It's in our area so we are kind of considering it, but to be honest it's not a great school over all. (From my very limited experience)

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    May I ask why as I am a curious being? I can help with VIC, no idea re NSW or any other state though! Does it have to be traditional 100% or a school that incorporates the philosophies of any of the approaches mentioned?


 

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