Primrose School of East Allen

Introduction

Welcome to
Primrose Schools

Our teachers and caregivers are chosen for their passion for helping children achieve their full potential. We invite you to visit and see our Balanced LearningĀ® approach in action.

Our Vision

Primrose Students
Tend to Outperform
Their Peers.

Find out why our Active Minds, Healthy Bodies, Happy HeartsĀ® philosophy makes the difference.

Franchise Owner

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Paul and Kamela Niemyski

Latest News

  • Teaching Character to Young Children

    Compassion is an important social-emotional skill that our students are learning this month. Dr. Gloria Julius shares tips on how we can reinforce these behaviors at home. http://bit.ly/1KpE3il

  • Family of the Month

    We would like to congratulate the Hocate Family as our family of the month!

  • Know the 3Cs of Selecting Apps for Children

    To learn more about selecting appropriate apps for children, visit our 360 Parenting blog at www.PrimroseSchools.com to review this post by Dr. Gloria Julius, VP of Education and Professional Development for Primrose Schools.

  • Fri feb 12

    Valentine's Day Breakfast and Valentine Exchange

    Students enjoy Ms. Juanita's heart-shaped pancakes and strawberries for mid-morning snack and exchange Valentine's...

  • Like Primrose East Allen on Facebook!

    Be sure and check out and like our Primrose East Allen Facebook page where we post helpful information, reminders and fun pictures!

  • Friday, January 29th -- National Puzzle Day!

    Friday was national puzzle day, and we had fun handing out puzzles to children and parents as they left at the end of the day. Why exactly are puzzles so important for children? Puzzles help with hand and eye coordination, hone fine motor skills, help teach problem solving skills, help develop memory and also provide an opportunity to set a goal and complete it, helping build self-esteem! For older children puzzles can serve as mini "group projects" and help children learn how to work together. This is why Primrose includes so many different types of puzzles in all of our classrooms and why it's important for parents and children to work on puzzles together at home!

  • News Flash: The PreSchool 1 Police Car Wins Transportation Derby by a Nose!

    This month we've been learning about all types of transportation: Land, Water and Air. Today the students cheered on their teachers dressed in their "homemade" transportation contraptions, ranging from buses, to police cars, to spaceships, to hot air balloons and more! After semi-final wins by Kindergarten, PreSchool 1 and Older Infants, PreSchool 1 edged out Kindergarten by a hair in the final race!

  • January 19th is National Popcorn Day!

    Who knew that January 19th is National Popcorn Day (or that they actually made a popcorn costume)! Students and parents alike enjoyed a bag of popcorn on the way out today. We're guessing the birds had a feast with the "popcorn droppings" in the parking lot!

  • Primrose East Allen Teachers Learn the Importance of Play during In-Service Training

  • January 13th is National Rubber Ducky Day!

    It's national Rubber Duck day! Students will have fun picking out their favorite rubber ducky on the way out of school. It may take a bit longer to get to the car.....decisions, decisions, decisions!!

  • Santa and Mrs. Claus Visit Primrose East Allen

    We loved having Santa and Mrs. Claus join us for Breakfast with Santa in each classroom! This was a real treat for our students!

  • Halloween at Primrose East Allen

    Halloween is always fun at Primrose East Allen! The students love participating in our costume parade ...and the teachers love dressing up, too!

  • September 16th is National Working Parents' Day

    A grab-n-go breakfast surprise to celebrate working parents! Hats off to all of our working parents who are juggling families and careers -- providing the very best for their children!

  • Blue Ribbons Abound

    At Primrose East Allen we love our men and women in blue and all that they do!! Thank you!

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