NOW ENROLLING NURSERY THROUGH 6th GRADE
Primrose Hill School follows the Waldorf curriculum nurturing independent thinkers through nature based education. The future of Primrose Hill School includes family programs, PreK-12 education with a land stewardship program, biodynamic farm, animals and a farm store.
Located on 7.5 acres in the Village of Rhinebeck with a small campus farm, Primrose Hill School educates the whole child – the head, the heart and the hands – in order to cultivate each child’s unique capacities, create a deep connection to the natural world, and ultimately provide a strong foundation for contributing creatively, cooperatively and compassionately to a rapidly changing world. Through the Waldorf pedagogy, Primrose Hill School instills in the students a life-long curiosity and love of learning, a deep knowledge of the arts, sciences, language, music and agriculture, and an ability to respond with adaptability, integrity and self-knowledge to all opportunities and challenges that arise.
Saturday, January 20 – 11am to 1pm
Meet current parents and teachers, tour the classrooms and say hello to the animals who call our farm campus home. Children are welcome. Contact Jordan Walker or call (845) 876-1226.
Coffee and Campus Tour
Thursday, February 1 – 9am to 10:30am
Join us for coffee and we will take you on a tour of the campus, visit the animals and answer any questions you might have about Waldorf education or Primrose Hill School. Children are welcome. First Thursdays of the month. Contact Jordan Walker or call (845) 876-1226.
Parent Handwork Group
Weekly on Wednesdays – 9am to 10:30am
Whether you've never held knitting needles, you are a little rusty or you are an avid crafter, our Handwork teacher Ms. Graver is offering instruction in simple projects, based on the children's curriculum. Free and open to the community. Donations for supplies are greatly appreciated.
RSVP to Eiren Graver or call (845) 876-1226