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What the parents say
“Both my kids love Meadows Academy – the warm and caring attitudes of the teachers, the flexible and fun approach to teaching! They’re very comfortable here at Meadows Academy, developing skills like helping out, taking care of others and completing their work. All of the teachers really seem to know our little ones well, and are working with her in a way that she is comfortable with. We know they can be moody but the staff are all very understanding and accommodating.”
“I got to see pleasantly positive changes in my son since he joined Meadows Academy. It’s a delight to see him grow this way, and he loves going to school! Meadows Academy has a great, fun, caring staff and amazing teaching techniques and skills, wishing the staff of Meadows Academy the best always!”
“Excellent school with modern way of techniques. Keep it up! I have seen a very positive change in my child in all aspects, thank you Meadows Academy!”
“For a change, my son wasn’t complaining about not wanting to go to school. He was happy to go and learn at Meadows Academy.”
“Meadows has great teaching concepts and staff that are supportive and caring. Additionally, they are clean and organized! I see my little one’s confidence and gross-motor skills boosted.”
“Meadows Academy has given my son the freedom to play and interact with other kids. In addition to teaching a lot of things, the school also focuses on play which is important in a childs’ development.”
“It is impossible not to love Meadows Academy when the staff are all so cooperative and supportive about my child’s progress at school. The environment is also clean and safe. Because the students are few and the student-teacher ratio is not too large, my child gets enough attention and focus from teachers – making learning a fun and easy process for her.”
“My child loves his teachers and the playground at Meadows Academy. The positive environment has stimulated him to develop skills such as helping others and reading frequently.”
“I’d say my child’s favorite thing at Meadows Academy would be the play rooms, the space & playground. I must also point out how amazing teachers are at this school and how well equipped they are with creative and fun resources!”
“At Meadows Academy, my child has settled into a friendly environment. I have to point out how impressive I find the play-and-learn method that makes this school so different. The staff are always around for my child and I don’t doubt that they care for her immensely.”
“There’s nothing I would change about Meadows Academy, it’s the perfect place for my child! I love how the experience is packed with learning and fun. Ever since we enrolled her here, we’ve seen a difference in how she expresses herself, it’s improved so much!”
“Lovely school, staff and an experienced head! My son’s language skills have developed a lot during his time at Meadows Academy.”
“Ali enjoys swimming – thanks to Meadows Academy for all their effort in building their confidence”
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“Alina can now swim in deep waters confidently..thanks to Meadows Academy for the weekly swimming classes.Very helpful!”
Meadows Academy is a Gold Level Member of ACEI
Meadows Academy is now a Gold level member of the Association for Childhood Education International (an international education association with Consultative Status at the United Nations and membership in the NGO Committee on UNICEF) meaning that we will now be a part of a dynamic community working to advance education around the world.
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