The kindergarten teacher had no idea how to deal with my child with ADHD. She was impatient with any questions they had and screamed at my child multiple times when they were upset. To help a child regain control you must be in control yourself. Also, my child fell off of the jungle gym and cried. They put a bandaid on my child's arm and told her to stop crying. That night, she was getting a cast on her broken arm.
my son graduated from here and was no where near ready for kindergarten. All they care about is the money and they did fundraiser after fundraiser!!! I was sold on their curriculum.... which they do not follow. All they cared about was the money, and it showed with all the fundraisers and "extra" fees on top of the 235 a week tuition. I wish I would have gone to Primrose!!!!!
Both of our children have been attending this Chesterbrook location for over a year now and we have been very happy with the professionalism of the staff and the sense of community among teachers and parents. Both our children are exposed to learning activties that they never would have in public school. Field trips, nature walks, and recess (yes, recess still exists!) are all part of the curriculum. Our kids are very happy here, and learning a great deal! It's school the way school used to be: indivdualized learning and a sense of community.
My 4 year old son had a hard time adjusting because we just moved from another state and he was the new kid in school, however all the teachers have bended over backwards to make him feel welcome. Everyone is very professional and I would recommend this school to any parent.
I have been very disappointed with the level of professionalism. The art,music, and PE teacher was injured in December and only one PE teacher has been hired in March to replace her. Students have been subjected to a substitute each week to teach art and music.