Raleigh, NC – Primary Beginnings, a trusted name in child care and preschool education, has proudly announced the grand opening of its third and latest child care center located on Falls of Neuse Road in Raleigh, NC. This momentous occasion reinforces Primary Beginnings’ commitment to nurturing young minds in an environment that fosters growth, learning, and development.
This child care provider holds a strong position within the Raleigh, North Carolina community, operating three well-regarded centers. The Spring Forest Road branch, with a storied history, marked its impressive 24-year milestone in August 2023. Meanwhile, the Falls of Neuse location, the third center in the area, opened in February 2023. This new location aims to continue and enhance the legacy of excellence for which Primary Beginnings is recognized.
Primary Beginnings’ new Falls of Neuse Road location offers skillfully crafted programs catering to children aged six weeks to 12 years old. The infants and toddlers program adeptly blends play and education in a safe environment. The seasoned educators at this location deeply understand young children’s needs, fostering cognitive and social growth through gentle guidance and exploration. Their approach strikes a balance between stimulating young intellect and offering nurturing care, paving the way for early development and discovery.
The preschool programs serve as a pathway to both academic and personal excellence. The centers’ educators lead lessons covering languages, literacy, science, and mathematics, nurturing a passion for learning and a solid foundation for future academics. The classroom setting is thoughtfully fashioned for active engagement, allowing each child’s distinct abilities to flourish. These programs cultivate academic, social, and emotional skills, setting the stage for a seamless transition to formal education.
As school hours conclude, the Falls of Neuse Road location continues to be a haven of learning and excitement through its after-school care program. This program is designed for kindergarten to grade school students and seamlessly bridges school and home. Primary Beginnings’ professional team fosters a nurturing space for relaxation, meaningful activities, and guided homework completion. The program prioritizes physical activity and outdoor play for holistic growth. Parents gain assurance knowing their children experience both safety and a comprehensive educational extension outside the classroom.
In addition, Primary Beginnings offers an array of enriching extracurricular activities catering to varied interests and talents. Ranging from horseback riding to art classes, laser tag to miniature golf, these experiences expand learning beyond academics. They empower children to explore fresh passions, refine existing skills, and nurture discipline. These pursuits offer not only fun but also foster personal growth, nurturing confidence and essential life skills, invaluable for their future endeavors.
Parents are kept connected with their child’s journey through the ProCare Connect program, which offers daily reports, real-time updates, and seamless in-person and electronic communication. This innovative approach ensures parents don’t miss out on any milestone, even when work keeps them apart from their child’s day-to-day activities.
With its remarkable 5-star accreditation earned in late July, the new Falls of Neuse location stands as a testament to its commitment to excellence. This accreditation is rooted in rigorous evaluations of program standards and staff education, with each star denoting an elevation of quality. This, in turn, translates to an enriched experience for every child under the care of this center.
Primary Beginnings is located at 6840 Falls of Neuse Road, Raleigh, North Carolina, 27615, US. Schedule a free tour by contacting their team at 919-615-0752. For more information regarding the new location, visit the center’s website.
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