Primrose School of Peachtree Corners checks the boxes of a host of different opportunities that parents are looking for in a private Kindergarten setting:
Low student to teacher ratio: Teachers are enabled to work more closely with small groups of students, tailoring their instruction to individual needs with the low student to teacher ratio of 1:12.
Spanish instruction: Children who attend Primrose receive daily Spanish classes called “Mucho Mundo,” which immerses children into the culture, customs and songs of the language.
Thumbs Up! physical activities: Plenty of outdoor time, in the morning and afternoon, is allowed for students to take advantage of both organized activities and the state-of-the-art playgrounds at the school.
Character development: It’s never too early to teach children about generosity, compassion and gratitude and set the foundation for good character development. Primrose has a program called Happy Hearts Character Development, which focuses on internalizing these traits in a way that small children can understand.
Literacy and Math development: Primrose uses the Houghton Mifflin Reading Program to build solid foundations for reading and writing skills while the Math Expressions Math Program helps students to learn about major mathematical ideas. Both programs are crucial to the kindergarten education program at the school.
Parent partnerships: This is so key for any school, but Primrose puts a priority on this aspect of their program through making their Leadership Team available at any time for parents as well making sure that parents have the opportunity for face-to-face conversations with teachers during morning drop off and afternoon pickup. They also offer an all-in-one online and mobile solution for managing your child’s information and payment information, communicating with your child’s teachers, and tracking your child’s daily activities in real-time!
Late bloomers and birthdays: Another reason why parents may consider private kindergarten over public is if their child misses the cut-off date for the public school system or barely makes it and would be the youngest in the class by nearly a year (which makes a difference at that age).
By choosing Primrose, these children won’t have to miss anything or repeat a certain class. They can attend private kindergarten and be even more prepared to enter either public kindergarten or first grade.
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