Primrose School at Waterside Estates
1810 Lewisville Dr, Richmond, TX 77406
M-F 6:30am-6:30pm, Sa-Su Closed (School hours may vary during the holidays)
Fax: (281) 232-5320
We have been extremely pleased with Primrose at Waterside Estates. When we moved to this area from another area of Fort Bend and had to change preschools, I was really concerned if we would be able to find a great place nearby that would live up to the expectations we had coming from a great private school/daycare. Primrose at Waterside has wonderful teachers, director and staff has exceeded expectations! Love it. Highly recommended. My children have learned a lot and I feel my oldest was more than prepared for kindergarten at FBISD.
As far as the other review, I am really surprised by that and never experienced any such thing at this Primrose.
As a concerned parent, and from my experience with this business, I would recommend anyone that cares about their child's well being and education to enroll here.
1-My toddler had never been sick until he started going to there.
2-Teachers are not qualified or certified teach.
3-Walked in on my son's class to find him roaming around with mucous dried on his face, and teacher is quick too say that she was just getting ready to clean him up. (3 seperate occasions)
4-Concerned parent of another child in my son' class informed me that they let my child crycontiuously, and he always has a ruuny nose that they never try to clean, and once she walked in to find son sleeping on the bare filthy floor while the other children just walked over him. She had taken upon herslf to report the incidents to the school administrator, and we were never informed of any of this. And this hurt my heart deeply to have a total stranger come up to me and inform me that the school emoloyees through their actions do not care about children.
5-The only reports we ever get from the teacher are Joey loves playing with the toys, Joey loves outside, Joey had diarrhea, Joey ate his afternoon snacks. This is unacceptable, I have never seen or heard that Joey, learned how to pronouce, recoginze and write the letter A, or today we learning the nuber 3, etc. for nearly $1000/month those are the types thigns you want hear. There is nothing being taught in the toddler class that remotely be considered an education.
My concerns are for the safety, health and well being of all children, along with what is being taught there and the qualification of the poeple employed there. Is this place really a school or a big daycare. I am removing my child as of 10-5-09, along with his file and personal belonging to begin our quest for a school that is well structured as far as the curriculum is concerned along with the credetialed invididuals that have a love and sense of gratitude in watching children learn, so they can be assets to society.
Modecai E. Mose