The Gerbert d'Aurillac School

Montessori School
Boulogne-Billancourt

A short introduction...

The Gerbert d’Aurillac School is an independant, bilingual Montessori pre-school and elementary school in Boulogne-Billancourt, and is registered with the Académie de Versailles.

The school is on a human scale and is located within a large house, with spacious classrooms that let in lots of light. There is a recreational garden with trees and a vegetable garden, which meet a child’s essential need of being in contact with nature.

Your Montessori Boulogne-Billancourt school is open to everyone whatever their nationality, culture, social background or beliefs, as long as the families respect the school’s spirit and values.

For those who wish, the school can offer a Rite of catholic initiation, with an introduction to the catechesis of the Good Shepherd, developed by Sofia Cavalletti, Maria Montessori‘s pupil.

The team

Montessori School in Boulogne-Billancourt

tandem 6 places

The educational team is currently working on an educational project which is of high importance for the school’s founders. This is managed by two qualified and experienced professionals. A Clinical Psychologist Director DESS, specialised in educational psychology and a Montessori deputy educational director (AMI qualified and State Diploma of Educating young children) share more than 20 years common experience within a Montessori school.

Continuous thought and feedback on professional practices means that the project can be honed through systematic educational dialogue. This teamwork is a fundamental element so everyone can work together coherently with the child and family to ensure we deliver continuity in your child’s education.

Behind the project: Anne et Pierre BAELEN, the founders

Anne et Pierre Baelen

As parents of 3 children and sensitive to educational issues, we wanted to provide children with a school where they can be happy, and with a method that respects and stimulates them.

Our school is an association; its first goal is the education and well-being of children. If its aim is to be able to be financially autonomous quickly, it is not looking to make a profit.