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Change Starts Here: Celebrating MLK

The experiences kids are exposed to during early childhood have a significant impact on shaping their values, their world-view and, ultimately, who they become. That’s why our curriculum at The Malvern School celebrates diversity, inclusion, acceptance, empathy, kindness and more, starting as young as infancy. While these values are integrated into our programming across all… Read More

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Happy Sweet 16, Horsham!

As they say, time flies when you’re having fun – which is why we can hardly believe The Malvern School of Horsham just celebrated its 16th birthday! When the big red doors on Lower State Road in Ambler opened for the first time on January 15, 2005, the building was buzzing with excitement. Thanks to… Read More

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Four Tips for Making the Most of Remote Parent-Teacher Conferences

At The Malvern School, we not only form a strong bond with your child, but we also value our connection with you as a family. We are partners in your child’s education and we want to see them grow and develop with a strong foundation for the future. Each year, we host two formal opportunities… Read More

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How Malvern is Making a Difference During the Holidays

Teaching children the importance of giving back and helping others from a young age can be very powerful in shaping their character values as they grow, especially when they have opportunities to participate in philanthropic activities hands on. That’s why philanthropy is a core element of our curriculum at The Malvern School throughout the year… Read More

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Make It, Take It Day 2020

Every year, The Malvern School hosts a special Make It, Take It Day full of winter crafting fun for our young friends, and this year was no exception. Students of all ages – across all of our schools – had the opportunity to dig into seasonal crafts and create their own unique works of art… Read More

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How to Encourage Independent Play

Though we’re huge proponents of socialization and providing little ones personalized attention at The Malvern School, there are also a host of benefits children can realize when they learn to play independently. When children play solo – in age-appropriate doses – it does more than take the pressure off parents. It also fosters creativity, critical… Read More

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Celebrating the Season with STREAM Pumpkin Fun, Parades and More

Our Fall Harvest festivities may look a little different this year with additional health and wellness measures in place, but our teachers and Directors have been hard at work to make the season just as special and spooktacular for our young friends.   Check out how some of our schools have been celebrating this week with… Read More

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The Best Screen-Free Brain Breaks, According to Kids

With many school-aged children learning online for hours each day, the best types of brain breaks in today’s environment are those that leave screens out of the equation. There are so many fun and refreshing activities that can be done in a short five or 10 minutes – puzzles, art, dances, stretches, games, challenges and… Read More

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Simple (but Powerful) Mindfulness Activities for Children and Adults

Practicing mindfulness comes with list of benefits nearly a mile long – among them the ability to help develop empathy and curiosity, increase focus and self-regulation, promote happiness and optimism, relieve stress and anxiety, and that’s not all. “Children are uniquely suited to benefit from mindfulness practice,” says New York Times writer David Gelles in… Read More

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Six Types of Brain-Building Questions You Should Be Asking Your Child

“Did you have a good day?” “Did you have fun at the park?” “Did you enjoy the book?” It’s exceedingly easy to fall into the pattern of asking children these types of close-ended questions. They’ll probably get you one- or two-word answers, maybe more if you’re lucky, but more often than not, they leave a… Read More

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