Clayton Child Center-Pre-School

★★★★☆
  • 1414 Bellevue Ave

    Richmond Heights, MO 63117

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  • 314-727-2643

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We couldn't be happier that we foudn Clayton Child Center. We wanted a preschool, not a daycare for our child. We wanted low ratios and degreed teachers that would truly get to know us and our child. We needed guidance on his development in terms of language and speech. We found all that and more at Clayton Child Center. He is going to be more than ready for kindergarten, and we couldn't be more pleased with the program. Definitely check it out.

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We couldn't be happier that we foudn Clayton Child Center. We wanted a preschool, not a daycare for our child. We wanted low ratios and degreed teachers that would truly get to know us and our child. We needed guidance on his development in terms of language and speech. We found all that and more at Clayton Child Center. He is going to be more than ready for kindergarten, and we couldn't be more pleased with the program. Definitely check it out.

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I can't say enough good things about this school! (My kids attended part-time and then full-time. I saw no difference in the curriculum or classroom experience.) The program is very interactive. The teachers are amazing and wonderful

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I can't say enough good things about this school! (My kids attended part-time and then full-time. I saw no difference in the curriculum or classroom experience.) The program is very interactive. The teachers are amazing and wonderful

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The "separate but equal" philosophy of Clayton Child Center for part-time students is terrible. They may have a great program for full time kids -- but the part time kids are placed together in a room without regard to age, in the back corner of the buildings, with the old & broken toys and furniture that should be thrown away. When I pointed out these differences, I was appalled that they acted as if they didn't know what I was talking about. I was hoping to hear that renovations were on the way or a new plan was in the works. The teacher in the part time room wasn't interacting with the kids when I toured, unless they children asked for help and then she groaned her way off the floor, did one quick thing, and plopped down by herself again. The full time teacher had the children engaged in baking cookies. When I asked why part time kids were separated instead of included in the regular classroom, the director giving me the tour said it was too hard on the kids "to understand why they would have to share the tower they built on Monday with a child who wasn't there that day." What a terrible lesson to teach a child -- they don't have to share?! If a place wants to encourage that type of entitlement in children, they won't ever teach my children full time or part time.

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The "separate but equal" philosophy of Clayton Child Center for part-time students is terrible. They may have a great program for full time kids -- but the part time kids are placed together in a room without regard to age, in the back corner of the buildings, with the old & broken toys and furniture that should be thrown away. When I pointed out these differences, I was appalled that they acted as if they didn't know what I was talking about. I was hoping to hear that renovations were on the way or a new plan was in the works. The teacher in the part time room wasn't interacting with the kids when I toured, unless they children asked for help and then she groaned her way off the floor, did one quick thing, and plopped down by herself again. The full time teacher had the children engaged in baking cookies. When I asked why part time kids were separated instead of included in the regular classroom, the director giving me the tour said it was too hard on the kids "to understand why they would have to share the tower they built on Monday with a child who wasn't there that day." What a terrible lesson to teach a child -- they don't have to share?! If a place wants to encourage that type of entitlement in children, they won't ever teach my children full time or part time.

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this is great place for your child to develop, our son had special needs and they were fully addresed by the warm and professional staff. I would highly recommend touring to see for yourself the first class facility

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this is great place for your child to develop, our son had special needs and they were fully addresed by the warm and professional staff. I would highly recommend touring to see for yourself the first class facility

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