This school gave so much to my kid! All teachers were very caring and professional at all times. She learned A LOT there and made huge progress in her cosial behaviour. The facillies are great, including the gym in the winter and the stage for performances. My kid is in first grade now but still remembers and asks me to go and visit her teachers. This speaks for itself! THANK YOU for providing such a great care to my most precious one!
I came to Christ Church Nursery School from another preschool that wanted a 2 1/2 year old who was well behaved. My son, who I worked with, was rough. Christ Church Nursery School looked past that and opened their arms and loved him like he was their own. He is now graduating from preschool and leaving but they've got his baby brother to go through their loving, supportive system. Discovering this school gave me piece of mind and seeing how my 'problem child' florish with love has given me such joy. Being a working mom, you are at the mercy of someone else and I am so glad I have this nursery school to help raise my boys.
My children have grown so much intellectually and emotionally through the wonderful staff at Christ Church. With all the wonderful choices of pre-schools in the area, we feel fortunate that we chose Christ Church and absolutely love it there.
Can't say enough great things about this school. My kids have gone through the infant room (which has improved with a new woman heading the room). The aides in the infant room are lovely and take good care of the kids. Toddler teachers are great and pre-school 1 is amazing. Everyone loves Miss Kathy's class!!!!
Although the director and assistant director are very pleasant and well-meaning, the infant staff leaves something to be desired. The infant room "manager" is very unprofessional. She uses foul language in the classroom when speaking with parents and openly insults the other aides in the room using less than PC language. When she receives complaints about her behavior from her supervisors, she takes it out on the parents by ceasing to communicate with them. She also makes snide remarks about the parents to other parents and staff. It would be best to describe her as a "bully. The aides in the infant room are "mousy" and speak poor or broken english, so communicating with them is difficult.