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About your coach
Antoine Beyret

Parental Coach, Montessori School Administrator & Consultant 


I am Antoine Beyret, raised in the vibrant cultures of France and Canada.

My educational journey began in a Montessori school, where the foundations of my lifelong passion for learning, questioning, and observing were established. This unique experience greatly influenced my approach to education and personal growth.

In 1999, a significant year marked by the birth of the first of my three children, I began my career as a social worker on the streets of Paris, working with at-risk youth. This role opened my eyes to the transformative power of education and its capacity to positively alter lives.

In 2006, seeking a deeper connection with Montessori education, my family and I moved to Kingston, Ontario. There, we embarked on a pivotal venture—establishing and leading a Montessori school. Over eight transformative years, I directed the institution, immersing myself further in the Montessori method and its impact on child development.

Today, leveraging my extensive background in education and my deep understanding of family dynamics, I am committed to coaching families, parents, and children.


My goal is to help strengthen family bonds, navigate the challenges of parenting, and foster environments where both adults and children can flourish.

Join me in this transformative journey as we delve into the rich tapestry of family life and discover the lasting impact of Montessori-inspired coaching.

Qualifications and credentials:

  • Bachelor's and Master's Research degrees in Sciences of Education

  • Specialised Educator diploma

  • Montessori teacher diploma from the Association Montessori International (AMI)​


I am trained in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) for coaching and Parent Effectiveness Training (P.E.T) for fostering effective communication between children and adults. Furthermore, I hold several certificates in mental health.

My entire professional journey is centered on working collaboratively with children, parents, and education professionals.


“It is not enough to see that the child gets good food, good physical care, and enough sleep, because development needs activity too.

Experience in the environment is necessary because everyone must be adapted to the environment. ”

Maria Montessori
The 1946 London Lectures, p. 129

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