Peninsula Education Group (PEG), established in 2008, aims to create excellent Montessori educational institutions with Chinese cultural characteristics. Currently, the Group operates three education projects, involving teacher training, course research, and school education practice. The Group hopes to improve the education process from theory to practice through these three channels.

Over the past eight years, Peninsula Education Group has set a new benchmark in the field of pre-school education in Guangdong. We have opened four schools in three cities and provided education opportunities for children ages 2.5-6.
The philosophy of Peninsula Education Group is to support education in Mainland China by providing schools with better infrastructure, educational equipment, teacher resources, management procedures and advisory services.


Peninsula Education Group (PEG) was established in Shenzhen.


Peninsula Kindergarten Phase II was established.


Peninsula Montessori Institute was founded in Shenzhen.


AMI 3-6 Diploma Course started in Peninsula Montessori Institute.


Guangzhou Huadu Peninsula Kindergarten was established.


Tongxiang Peninsula Kindergarten, Beijing Yizhuang Peninsula Kindergarten and Wuhan Jiangan Peninsula Kindergarten were under construction.


Shanghai Hongkou Peninsula Kindergarten and Shanghai Pudong Peninsula Kindergarten are under construction.



Based on Montessori education, our group takes Chinese cultural characteristics and needs into consideration, striving to establish an excellent educational institution which is suitable for Chinese children, and aims to become one of the most prominent brands in China.
“An education capable of saving humanity is no small undertaking; it involves the spiritual development of man, the enhancement of his value as an individual, and the preparation of young people to understand the times in which they live.”
-Dr. Maria Montessori, Education and Peace

We realize that a person's happiness and greatness, identity and status, pleasure and peace, never lies in his personal wealth, but in his excellent character, his superb determination, his wide range of knowledge, as well as his ability to solve problems.

“The child who has felt a strong love for his surroundings, and for all living creatures, who has discovered joy and enthusiasm in work, gives us reason to hope that humanity can develop in a new direction.”

-Dr. Maria Montessori, Education and Peace (1870-1952)