You started the school last year. What led you to take on such a big task? I wanted to give children the best possible foundation in a nurturing, harmonious and happy environment. There was also a need for a Montessori school in Maseru, one that followed Maria Montessori's philosophies of mixing the beauty of nature with relevant knowledge and practical skills for life. We grow our own vegetables, look after chickens and rabbits, use the eggs collected in our Friday cooking sessions and teach the students where everything comes from. I also wanted to pass on all the knowledge and experience I have acquired in the 15 years since I graduated as a Montessori director. What makes you a good principal? To be a good principal you need knowledge, experience and passion and must be able to take other people's opinions into consideration so you can guide the children and your staff. Our mission, vision and values are very important. With routine quarterly training sessions, the staff members...

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