Choosing a preschool or child care center for your child is a big decision. You want to know that your child is safe and well taken care of, that leaves a lot of factors to consider when choosing a Raleigh preschool.
Raleigh Preschool Curriculum
Preschool is a place for your child to learn and develop their emotional, physical, cognitive, and communication skills. Our child development centers in Raleigh use The Creative Curriculum for our infant, toddler, and preschool programs. Our curriculum focuses on creating daily routines and experiences that are developmentally appropriate for each age. Primary Beginnings has chosen The Creative Curriculum because we think it is important to promote the creativity in each and every one of our Raleigh preschoolers.
Preschool Teacher Training
Parents want to know that their child’s caretaker is qualified and credentialed. Primary Beginnings Child Development Centers have received and maintained a 5-sar license from the Division of Child Development and Early Education (DCDEE). One of the things that makes our Raleigh child care centers 5-star is our staff education. Our staff are always participating in conferences and continuing education events to stay up-to-date on the latest child care regulations, so we can care for each and every child in the best way possible.
Location of your Raleigh Preschool
Sending your little ones to child care can be stressful for parents. Choosing a location that is close to your work place can help to ease some of the worry, and save time during your morning and evening commutes. Primary Beginnings is proud to offer two locations, conveniently located in North Raleigh; North Hills Drive and Spring Forest Road.
Tour the Child Care Facility
Nothing is more important than touring the child care facility. You can see the classrooms, meet the staff, and ask all of your questions. If possible, bring your child along for the visit and see how they respond to the environment and teachers. You can get an idea for what kinds of activities your child will enjoy or how to interact with the other kids. Seeing the facility can help get your toddler excited to go to preschool, and help make you feel comfortable as a parent, knowing that your preschooler is happy and safe.