At Primrose Schools, we believe that who children become is as important as what they know. For almost 40 years, our approach to teaching and learning has remained
true to the Primrose core belief of nurturing balance among mind body
and heart. All elements of the Balanced Learning® approach are intentionally woven together in engaging, challenging and varied learning experiences throughout every day. These experiences are designed to stimulate children’s intellectual, creative, physical and social-emotional growth for Active Minds, Healthy Bodies, and Happy Hearts®.
Through learning experiences, classroom materials and our involved community of families, we foster a sense of belongingness, creating and maintaining an environment where children’s similarities and differences are nurtured and respected every day.
One of the strongest threads within our curriculum is the element of belongingness, where children learn from an early age that everyone belongs at Primrose. Everyone is important, respected and valued. In our classrooms, this comes to life in several significant ways.
Primrose School Franchise Owners, School Leadership Teams and school staff, and Primrose National Support Team, are mutually dedicated to delivering service excellence and the highest standards of safety, health, education, and, of course, laughter and hugs!
In 1998, Primrose Schools became the first early childhood education organization to earn national accreditation from AdvancED (now known as Cognia). In 2012, Primrose Schools was the first education organization to earn Corporation Systems Accreditation through AdvancED. Cognia is a 100 year-old quality-improvement enhancement network made up of the largest community of education professionals in the world. They conduct rigorous, on-site external reviews of pre-K-12 schools and school systems to help ensure that all learners realize their full potential.
Primrose Schools' quality assurance and continuous improvement processes help foster a safe and consistent experience for children and families. Using a Child and Parent Experience Review, each school completes a self-study and continuous improvement process to strengthen their school's commitment to excellence in all areas, with particular focus on policies and procedures to ensure consistent delivery of high-quality care and education.
We've sent our daughter to Primrose for several years now, and I cannot say enough good things about it. My daughter has flourished academically and emotionally, she is in love with her teachers and I can't believe how much she is learning.
We love the caring teachers and staff. The structured learning is great, and the food program is top notch.