About Us


Our School “BEST’s MONTESSORI CHAIN OF SCHOOLS” was established in the year of 2005 A.D. and is only the Montessori Elementary School being officially registered in the country till now. Our School runs upto secondary level with limited number of students

The school provides a better learning environmment with Montessori Curriculum and trained teachers from its sister concern training center i.e. BEST’s Montessori Trainning Center. The Curriculum not necessarily limits itself on the theoritical knowledge bit focuses fully on the Montessori practical aspects which in fact plays a major role to develop children holistically. We give top priority and attention to each students and transform them to be realistic plus a better human being

Sanjay Finju Lama
Founder / Director's Message

BEST’s MONTESSORI CHAIN OF SCHOOLs” remains committed to provide “MONTESSORI” based education to students who will walk out of school ready for lives of leadership and service to their community.

From literacy to music & art, each day at the “BEST’s MONTESSORI CHAIN OF SCHOOLs” is filled with activities that are both enriching and fun. We strive to be committed to the students we are privileged to serve, our dedicated, talented faculty and staff. We also take pride in having the most active and helpful group of partners, visionary parents, well-wishers, alumni and friends.

“ Everyday at “BEST’s MONTESSORI CHAIN OF SCHOOLs” is like a blessing with the active students and talented staff members around.

Sanjay Finju Lama - Managing Director

Principal's Message

One would like to know in a few clear words what this Montessori Method really is. If we were to eliminate not only the name “Method” but also its common conceptions, things would become much cleaner. We must consider the human personally and not method of education. For the term “method” , we should substitute something like this: “Help given in order that the human personality may achieve its independence, “or “means offered to deliver the human personality from the oppression of age-old prejudices regarding education. “The defense of the child , the scientific recognition of his/her nature, the social proclamation of his/her rights, must replace the piecemeal ways of conceiving education.

To explain this, there exists an example of a mother eagle. The mother eagle makes its nest at the end of a high mountain cliff where its offspring hatch and grow; the mother nurture its young ones with great love and care until one day it leads the little ones to the edge of the cliff and gives them a push. This push forces the baby eagle to fly. This push puts the little one under compulsion to grow up and soar to the heavenly skies and fly to distant land experiencing the beauty of this universe. This push can be given only with the strength of mind and confidence. Attachment and over indulgence can never enable the child to grow into an adult stage. In this living world everything is active. In our most recent courses, in face, we call the child, “MAN”.

Sushma Subba Lama - Educational Director

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Our Mission

We, as a community of dedicated educators, commit ourselves in developing our students intellectually, socially, spiritually and emotionally and mould them into a better person and love our motherland. We strive hard indeed to shape every student to become competent, compassionate and become better human beings, always living within the moral values of truth, justice and equality.

Maria Montessori


& the Montessori Method

Maria Montessori is often referred to as “Ahead of her time.” Born in Chiaravalle, Italy in 1870 A.D., and her main studies were in mathematics, physics, natural sciences, biology and medicine led Maria Montessori to apply in the College of Medicine at the University of Rome, and she became the first female certified physician in Italy in 1896 A.D., graduating at the top of her entire class. In addition to her duties as a doctor, Maria Montessori conducted research work in psychiatric medicine and continued her education in philosophy, psychology and education.

In 1906 A.D. Maria Montessori founded the first Casa Dei Bambini, (Children’s House) for children deprived from education. Dr. Maria began their education by instructing the older children on how to help out with everyday chores. Sensorial materials were introduced, and to her surprise she discovered how naturally young children adapted and enjoyed learning everyday tasks. The structure of work and constructive activity rendered the children a true sense of self-worth that they had never before experienced at all in any other method.

The methodology evolved to address these periods with age-appropriate learning tools and activities. Further development of the methodology garnered what Montessori described as the “Cosmic Education” where children would be given the environment and guidance to become the peacemakers of the foreseeable future, existing in perfect harmony with all living beings in a sustainable world. This conjures up as the whole philosophy behind what is now known as the “Montessori Method.”

“It is not true,” says Dr. Montessori, “that I invented what is called the Montessori Method. I have studied the child, I have taken what the child has given me and expressed it, and that is what is called the Montessori Method.