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Alex’s Day: Celebrating Our Commitment to Fighting Childhood Cancer

At The Malvern School, we know everyone, especially young children, have the power to make a difference in our world. That’s the fundamental belief behind our support of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) and the fight against childhood cancer. It’s also what fuels ongoing lessons in our classrooms about the importance of giving back –… Read More

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Week of the Young Child

Children are always at the center of the diverse and engaging programs that keep our friends learning and growing at The Malvern School. Nevertheless, our teachers and families look forward to the Week of the Young Child year after year as a special opportunity to celebrate the value and importance of early childhood education. Sponsored… Read More

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

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

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

Spotlight on Fru Leonard, 2018 Teacher of the Year

“If I were a child, would I want to be in my class?” That’s a question Fru Leonard, The Malvern School’s 2018 Teacher of the Year, asks herself every day. “It may sound silly, but if your class has an inviting and fun atmosphere, children will want to come, and children will want to learn,”… Read More

Meet Meghan Stumpf, The Malvern School of Royersford’s New Executive Director

Our Executive Directors play many important roles at our schools. They help ensure we deliver exceptional programming that encourages children to meet their highest potential, high quality standards are continually met and that the tried-and-true Malvern Way guides all aspects of the school – from the classroom to the front office. Following these standards and… Read More

We’re ‘S.T.E.A.M.’ing Into Summer

Learning about S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) isn’t just for the classroom. In fact, there are no better places than the great outdoors and out in the real world to explore these oh-so-important subjects. That’s why we’re focusing on the theme of “S.T.E.A.M. into Summer!” for Weeks 1 and 2 of summer camp!… Read More

Creativity and Good Nutrition in the Kitchen

Like any healthy habit, good nutrition is important for children to learn from an early age.   Fueling up – not just filling up – helps: Kids grow physically Promote brain development Stabilize energy and moods Prevent disease and the benefits don’t stop there. Given that food is an important part of all of our… Read More

A ‘Beary’ Special Story Time

Among the many things that are stressed to parents is the importance of reading aloud to children starting in infancy – and for good reason. We know it helps language development, comprehension, creativity, imagination, and even boosts brain activity. Literacy is foundational to our curriculum and integrated into our lesson plans in many different ways.… Read More

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