We will be closed on Monday, December 10th
Our teachers and caregivers are trained, ready and excited to help spark lightbulb moments for your child. We invite you to visit and see our Balanced Learning approach in action
Find out how our time-tested Balanced Learning approach makes the difference.
We had so much fun at our annual fall festival at the Hanover Vegetable Farm. We are so glad so many families could join us! We were thankful for all of the families who donated canned foods. We were able to make a big donation to the Central Virginia Food Bank.
We are so excited to announce that Primrose was chosen as "The Best Childcare" by the Richmond Times Dispatch. We appreciate all of the support of our wonderful Primrose families!
We know that balancing work and family can be tough. We’re grateful for our parents and all they do for their children!
Meet our November family of the month - the Robson Family. Read below to learn more about them and their Primrose experience.
Primrose Schools across the country are participating in the Save the Children Child sponsorship program. Our sponsorship dollars and activities will support a sponsored child and his or her community through Save the Children's US efforts including Early Steps to School Success, Literacy and Healthy Choices. Read below to learn more about our Primrose Pen Pal.
Happy Holidays from all of us at Primrose Schools!
We are excited to have been voted a "Family Favorites" winner in 3 categories this year. Favorite Daycare, Favorite Afterschool program, Favorite Annual School Event for our annual Spring Fling. We want to thank all of our families for their support!
We had so much fun during our annual Celebrating Cultures event. Each classroom decorated their room to represent a different country. Children got to travel and learn about each country and it's culture and customs. They even got their passports stamped as they visited. We also enjoyed singing "Its a Small World" together.
What if you were able to take a glimpse into your child’s classroom to see what he ate for lunch, when he needed a diaper change, how long he napped, what he learned and how he’s interacting with his classmates?
We live in a fast world. Sometimes teaching a child to solve problems is as easy as slowing down.
It’s no secret – we live in a world increasingly dependent on technology.
We know that juggling work and parenthood is tough.
As parents, we often go back and forth on how we feel about dressing our preschooler.