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Most Popular Dancing and PE Songs

Most Popular Dancing and PE Songs

Our children love dancing and exercising to a number of songs. Rockin’ Robot and More | Nursery Rhymes from Mother Goose Club! Count by 5 | Exercise and Count By 5 | Count to 100 | Counting Songs | Horses for Kids – Horse Song Nursery Rhymes […]

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Popular Stories

Popular Stories

Our children really enjoy a number of classic stories. Michael Rosen performs We’re Going on a Bear Hunt The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle Room on the Broom Oscar Nominated The Gruffalo – Narrated by Ollie Heath The Gruffalo’s Child | Kids’ Book Club

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Some popular nursery songs

Some popular nursery songs

The children in both the nursery and preschool classes like a number of songs. We have complied a list of the most popular. Five Little Monkeys | + More Super Simple Songs & Nursery Rhymes Do You Like Broccoli Ice Cream? + More | Super Simple Songs […]

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Managing Your Own Separation Anxiety

 You’ve probably put a lot of thought into helping your child adjust in preschool for the first time. And maybe you’ve been looking forward to your new freedom. But if you’re like most parents, you’ve found yourself wiping away a tear or two as well. Develop goodbye […]

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Coping with the child’s feelings about separation

Coping with the child’s feelings about separation Some young children are fine about being separated from their mother but many of them feel some anxiety. It is very important to take particular care to address the emotional needs of your young child when they are going to […]

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Learning and Development Prime and Specific Areas

The Learning and Development Prime and Specific Areas that we are working with your child on: PSED is broken down into three aspects: Self-confidence and self-awareness Managing feelings and behavior Making relationships Communication and Language is broken down into three aspects: Listening and attention Understanding Speaking Physical Development […]

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Terms and conditions

Terms and conditions * Registration fees must be paid in full and the application must be submitted before the agreed joining date to secure your child’s place in the Nursery. * Monthly fees are charged monthly in advance and are due to be paid between the 26th—30th […]

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Timings & Holidays

Timings & Holidays Timings are flexible in order to meet the needs of the child and parents. However, 9:30am is breakfast time with the children starting formal learning sessions at 10am. Ideally children should be in-time for breakfast. Lunchtime is at 12:30pm Staff will receive children from […]

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British Early Years Foundation Curriculum

Weekly Themes and Additional learning Areas. All of our weekly learning themes are from the British Early Years Foundation Curriculum. The children are engaged in learning using both English and Arabic.  

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Nursery and Pre-school timetable

Weekly Timetable for both nursery and preschool classes

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Our Philosophy

Each child is a person of worth deserving of our love and respect. Each child is unique with his/her own needs, interests, abilities and growth rate. Each child is a creative person who needs opportunities to experiment with a variety of materials and to develop social skills in an age appropriate setting.

Oxford House Activity Centre

Students that participate in after-school programmes have better school attendance, higher grades and bigger aspirations. After-school activities start at 4pm-7pm. Call Us and find out more on:

A love for Learning

We instil love for learning and art. We do this in close partnership with parents by ensuring that your child is attending a warm and loving nursery. We also support parents with the foundations for discipline as these are laid down in the early years. We use different strategies as children develop greater independence, self regulation and responsibility. build character

Building Characters

After-school activities can provide enrichment, adventure and variety. They can enhance knowledge and build character. build character

Our Approach

Education is a fun and challenging process. Our experienced and qualified staff use child-centred learning methods such as Montessori. Our approach

Encouraging students to speak English

We help students make better progress. Our teachers encourage them to converse more frequently with our native English speakers. They can also take part in activities that require them to speak or read English. Ask about our English Drama club.

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Empowering Imagination

We monitor children's interests and developmental progress, which enables us to 'go with the child'. Children are thus empowered and their levels of confidence and imagination are insurmountable. imagination

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