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Don't be fooled by the positive reviews, this school pays for positive reviews. When I enrolled my kids in this school it seemed good, but as the time passed I discovered many negatives, first off the teachers change all the time, one of my kids went through 10 teachers in less than 8 month, the ratio of kids per teacher is very high although it is within the legal standard but still this school is very expensive and I am expecting my kids to learn not play and color, you always get one good teacher and then an assistant teacher who change all the time. My kids are not learning much. disappointed parents :(
Primrose School of Prestonwood goes above and beyond daycare. This is our first child and trying to find a daycare that is safe and nurturing can be an overwhelming experience. We were given an extensive tour of the school and shown a typical day so we knew how our son is being cared for as well as being instructed as he develops. Security is great and the entire school staff know children by name as if they are their own children. The school, including teachers, management, and owner, always make us feel like they can't wait to see our son the next day. Initially, our son was fussy and wanted to be held constantly. While we know this is not feasible to do all day long, the management and owner included would take turns holding our son when they needed in order to help out his teachers as well as make this transition for our family smooth. I d highly recommend Primrose School of Prestonwood.
My 18 month old son has been attending the Prestonwood Primrose for a little over a month. I am especially impressed by the staff. Both the teachers and office staff are friendly, and genuinely care about the children. They have greeted myself and my child by name from day 1 --- we are definitely not just a number here. The facilities and equipment are clean and well maintained. I wouldn't consider putting my son in another day care center.
My child had always been home with me and when he turned 28 months I had to go back to work, I enrolled him in kindercare and it was a bad decision, he went there for 6 days; he was really unhappy and always crying so I decided to quit my job but during that time I talked to Dr. Rigley the owner of Primrose at Prestonwood, she gave me advice on how to prepare my child for school and invited me to tour the facility; we visited the school several times so I felt confident enough to enroll him and that was the best decision I have ever made. My son loves primrose and I feel that he is safe and well cared for. The owner and managers are always around and smiling. Great management, great school and great family.
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