ool is an excellent example of what a child care provider should be. My son has been with Quakertown Goddard since he was about 3 months old. While i was apprehensive with leaving him at a daycare center, i learned quickly that i had nothing to fear.First and foremost, they are so clean. Emphatically clean, to be exact. Secondly, the teachers, from the baby room to Bold Bridges, have been nothing but resourceful, helpful, amd above all, kind and loving to my son.My son was on a great sleeping schedule by about 3 weeks into care, and has maintained good sleeping habits because of his time at Goddard. He doesn't take naps now, but while he was, it was so easy to keep him on the same schedule that he had at school.The teachers are what makes Quakertown Goddard exceptional. From the time he was a baby, until now at 6 years old, I felt my son's care was first and foremost to them. Even though they had other children to care for, I felt like my son was the only one in the room. I felt that way throughout the entire time I was at Goddard. I got the impression that all of my child's teachers, both full and part time, were happy to be there, and happy to care for the children.I would highly recommend this facility to any parent, whether your very particular or not. This facility has something that everyone will like, and that's cleanliness, a caring and nurturing culture, and structure for children. The structure is fun and never overbearing, and Goddard has the right mix of people to implement that.
I have 3 children who all have or is currently attending a Goddard School. My oldest went to a Goddard in Schwenksville, PA. Schwenksville was a clean, safe and loving environment. My daughter thrived there, so when it came time for us to move I had great concerns about finding this environment again. I made an appt. to visit the Quakertown Goddard. Upon arrival I was greeted by big smiles, friendly hellos and one of the owners. Maura is a complete delight! As I toured the facility I found myself comforted by the children's beautiful art projects that aligned the hallways. The school IS clean and well maintained (I have high standards). The teachers are above and beyond qualified caregivers. They put their hearts into their curriculum and education. Both my toddlers hug and love their teaches greatly. It breaks my heart to see anyone paint these ladies in a terrible light. My 4 year old and 2 year old are thriving happy, healthy little people. I feel at home in this place. Its important to know that your children are loved and cared for while you're away from them. I highly recommend this school for littles of all kinds!
I have nothing but great things to say about the Goddard School of Quakertown. Being a teacher myself, I appreciate what Goddard does to instill the sense of "school" for our daughters rather than providing "daycare" services. The curriculum challenges them and allows them to explore their individual strengths and talents. I enjoy reading their detailed daily report and asking them about their school day. The facilities are kept clean and updated, and the "homey" feel throughout the school is comforting. The entire staff at Quakertown is caring, friendly and child-centered. The most important aspect to us is to know that our girls are loved. That is more than evident in the kindness their teachers show, the friendly smiles and greetings from the owner and director, and talks daily with their teachers. Thank you for taking such great care of our girls and helping them learn, grow, and laugh! If you are looking for childcare for your child- you must stop in and tour the Goddard School.
My kids have been at Goddard since they were 2 and 3 years old (they are 15 months apart). Miss Jackie (the Director), Jason and Maura (the owners), and all of the teachers have been unbelievably amazing. There is no other place in this world I would have rather left my kids. My son is about to finish his last week there this coming week, and I am sincere when I say that I will miss this school and all of the opportunities it brought our children. They are better for having been there. They were very well prepared for Kindergarten, and they made friends that are likely to last a lifetime. THANK YOU Miss Jackie, Jason and Maura for a great experience! I hope this helps some parents make what is possibly the most important decision of a working mother's life a little easier!!!