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Find out how our time-tested Balanced Learning approach makes the difference.
Please join us for our annual Spring Charity Luau on Wednesday, April 24th from 6-8pm. We will have food, games, raffle prizes, a bubble DJ and a special jump rope performance. All proceeds will benefit the Ronald McDonald House of Durham.
We are proud to announce that for the ninth year in a row, we are a Maggy Award recipient from the readers of Cary Magazine for Best Preschool! Each year, Cary Magazine conducts a reader's poll on the best of area services and vendors. The winners are announced in their annual January issue of the magazine. What an honor to be selected so many times by the readers in the Cary area!
Children who participate in physical education programs are likely to become active, healthy adults.
Leslie Moore was selected out of over 220 Primrose Schools nationally as a National President's Award winner.
The Morrisille Chamber of Commerce awarded Primrose School at the Park the James M. Pugh Small Business of the Year Award.
Does your child tell crazy fibs? Many parents of preschool-age children are concerned when their child starts to tell lies, but this is normal!
As part of our annual Caring and Giving Program, some of our Pre-K students will be participating in a field trip to Kroger on Wednesday, December 7th. They will take along with them all of the items they brought throughout November to the drop-off site for the Heart of Carolina Food Drive. We will be joining the local Primrose schools to bring in one large donation. Tune in after the event to see pictures and more from our event.
It’s no secret – establishing healthy eating habits in children is often easier said than done.
The challenges that preschoolers face, such as learning to take turns on the slide at recess, can sometimes seem miniscule to adults.
“She needs the pink sparkly one.” “Stop wrestling around with her like she’s a boy.” “That’s a boys’ toy.”
It’s no secret that bilingualism is becoming more common among today’s children.