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Top 3 Reasons Summer Camp at The Malvern School Spells Out F-U-N

The sun is shining, and the days are getting warmer, which means summer camp at The Malvern School will be here before you know it! Our team has been working behind the scenes to plan a super fun summer for our friends from six weeks to eight years old*. Just like during the traditional school… Read More

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From Student to Teacher: Hannah Westfall Returns to The Malvern School as Head of the Class

When Hannah Westfall graduated from Pre-K at The Malvern School of Frazer in 2001, little did she know she would walk through the big red doors again 20 years later as a teacher at The Malvern School of Oaks. So, what brought the DeSales University grad back to where her education first started? “I have… Read More

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Celebrating Our Heroes: Assistant Teacher Jasmin Reahm

So many early childhood educators have a gift for teaching and connecting with young children in ways that are truly special. And while they have always played a critical role in the community (and for the economy), the pandemic has really shined a spotlight on just how important these heroes are to the world. That… Read More

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Team Super Dean Supports Classmate with Cancer

More than a school, The Malvern School is a community that supports our students, families, teachers and staff. So, when one of our young friends at The Malvern School of Robbinsville was diagnosed with cancer late last year, his Directors, teachers and classmates knew they wanted to help in any way they could. “It’s hard… Read More

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Love, Learning & ‘Normalcy’ Define The Malvern School’s Pandemic Response

It has been one year since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, turning life as we knew it upside down. While a lot has certainly changed over the past 12 months, our team has been working tirelessly since the start to ensure that some of the most important things for our young… Read More

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Our 20 Favorite Children’s Books

Some are classics, and some are not-so-obvious choices – but they’re all top picks for children’s books selected by our exceptional staff and directors. If you’re looking for new reads to share with your little one, this roundup is a great place to start! Here are our 20 favorite books for children: 1. Director of… Read More

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Parent Perspectives: Returning to School

The decision of when to return to school and childcare is personal for every family – but in making that call, it can be helpful to hear from others who may be in similar situations. We know there is curiosity and uncertainty among families who have not yet returned to school, or whose little ones… Read More

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6 Must-Read Children’s Books that Celebrate Black Culture, Diversity and Kindness

As we celebrate Black History Month, our classes are reading and exploring various types of books that celebrate Black culture, diversity and kindness. These books are springboards for age-appropriate discussions and meaningful lessons that pay tribute to Black history and encourage everyone to celebrate what makes us all unique. Wondering which books are some of… Read More

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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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