Primrose School at Bridgewater

The health and safety of our staff and the children entrusted to our care is our top priority. We are proud to maintain high standards of safety and cleanliness while maintaining a caring and nurturing environment where children can thrive.

Health & Safety Practices in Place

Updated Health Protocols

  • Requiring any child(ren) or staff with respiratory illness symptoms or fever to return home and stay home until fever free without the use of fever reducing medications for 48 hours
  • Daily COVID questionaire for staff and children during check in

Limited Building Entry

  • Touch-less sign in and out option
  • Tours are being limited to hallways and virtual tour options are being offered

Preventative Cleaning Measures

  • Frequent disinfecting and sanitizing of high-touch toys and surfaces
  • Daily laundering of all crib sheets, cot sheets, blankets, and soft line items in the classroom
  • Limiting use of playground to one classroom at a time and disinfecting playground equipment daily
  • Weekly use our Halo Disinfectant System in addition to the daily cleaning schedule. The Halo is EPA-registered to address Coronavirus (COVID-19), Flu, Hand, Foot and Mouth, Norovirus, H1N1, Rhinovirus, MRSA, mold and more.

Healthy Hygienic Habits

  • Frequent hand washing by children and staff, which is embedded in our curriculum and in daily staff protocols
  • Staff wear protective equipment—masks and/or shields throughout the day
  • Ensuring appropriate teacher-student classroom ratios and group sizes

Training & Planning

  • Training teachers on common signs of illness in children, and placing signage in every classroom to keep symptoms of illness top of mind
  • Continuous health and safety training for Franchise Owners and staff, including first aid, CPR and Universal Precautions

Our Commitment

With a clear appreciation of the trust you place in us, we are committed to following the stringent Primrose health and safety protocols, and ensuring our school meets or exceeds the guidelines from local and state officials.

Girl washing her hands