The first five years, where the brain is making connections at a rate of growth unlike any other time in life, are an ideal time to engage a child's mind and create the foundation for learning and growth that will help them thrive academically, emotionally and socially in all the years that follow.
With the right foundation, anything is possible !
We call our philosophy Balanced Learning because it promotes and supports children's learning in multiple ways- through listening,seeing,hearing,touching, and playing. Developed by early childhood education experts, it's innovative and highly effective. At Primrose, the idea of balanced extends to everything we do.
Passionate management and teachers bring this philosophy to life. Rigorous training for staff and monitoring classroom programs ensure that each school delivers high-quality service. Besides training, our teachers have research-based curriculum to follow consistently, they are able to give each child more personal attention.We also provide our teachers with the latest tools and resources to teach your child. Theme based instruction provides a meaningful context for learning and enables children to explore topics such as water transportation or animals around the world through play, art, music,physical movement,technology, and other activities. Primrose teachers gently structures every day to fit each age group.Lively dancing or restful napping. Running around playground or gathering round for story time.
In addition, the curriculum is updated yearly and guided by our Education Advisory Board, a group of leading early childhood experts who make recommendations for the continuous improvement of our education and training programs.
At Primrose, we strongly believe in partnering with parents. Daily communication between parents, teachers and school management is an essential component to our partnership. Multiple forms on parent communication - Weekly and monthly newsletters, ongoing assessment communication and parent-teacher conferences, and emails - to foster the connection between home and school to build relationships and create continuity of experiences.