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Primrose Schools Richmond, TX

Infant/Toddler Teacher Primrose Schools' Balanced Learning proprietary curriculum includes accredited developmentally-appropriate academics… Snagajob


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Primrose Schools Dublin, OH

Primrose Schools' Balanced Learning proprietary curriculum includes accredited developmentally-appropriate academics, character development, and… Snagajob


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Primrose Schools Mansfield, TX

Primrose Schools' Balanced Learning proprietary curriculum includes accredited developmentally-appropriate academics, character development, and… Snagajob


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Primrose Schools Apex, NC

The Primrose School at West Lake, a 5 star accredited private preschool, is located within the Apex/Holly Springs area. We offer staff a professional… Snagajob


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Primrose Schools Chester, VA

Launch your teaching career with the leader in early education and care. Primrose School at Ironbridge Corner has one opening for a Kindergarten… Snagajob


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    Expensive Rooster/ poor quality of education.

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Primrose School

    Pros

    The pros of working here are that you get to sound snooty when you tell people where you work. This is not a joke it's absolutely the only pro. Oh and if it was actually implemented, the character development program would be a pro.

    Cons

    Poor, poor, poorly written curriculum. I highly doubt whoever wrote this curriculum has ANY background in early childhood education. The curriculum is filled with hand print art and teacher made art. There is absolutely nothing developmentally appropriate about it. They also use the same equipment from 2's all the way to school age. How ridiculous that a two year old and 9 year old would be using the exact same kitchen set. Look around the rooms they are empty of supplies (no art center, a bucket of blocks, tiny sensory tables, nothing ever on the science table, a tiny kitchen set) and this is what corporate requires. This is what they see as being the "leader in early childhood education". Apparently they see ECE to be a joke because that's what these schools are. Anyone with ACTUAL ECE experience and education won't be happy here. How could you possibly be happy here with corporate sending you a cookie cutter, 1980's hand print style lesson plan.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't allow people to open up schools with zero background in the field. Send whoever is writing your lesson plans back to school for early childhood education.