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World Nursery follows

World Nursery follows the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum, having a systematic and disciplined approach towards teaching is our main aim and to make it even more effective, we have all the information and instructions given out well on time to the staff and to parents.

A general info board at the entrance of the school campus gives all an extensive information regarding the system , the measures taken by us for the health and safety and the Nursery in general.

The Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum summarizes and describes children' s attainment at the end of the EYFS. It is based on ongoing observation and assessment in the three prime and four specific areas of learning, and the three characteristics of effective learning, set out below:

Early Years Foundation Stage

Communication and Language
Physical Development
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
Understanding the World
Expressive Arts and Design

E.Y.F.S. involves reaching an understanding of children's learning by watching, listening and interacting as they engage in everyday activities, events and experiences and demonstrate their specific knowledge, skills and understanding. Children must have access to a rich learning environment which provides them with the opportunities and conditions in which to flourish in all aspects of their development. It should provide balance across the areas of learning. Integral to this is an ethos which respects each child as an individual and which values children's efforts, interests and purposes as instrumental to successful learning.

Key aspects of effective learning characteristics include children:

  • Being willing to have a go;
  • Being involved and concentrating;
  • Having their own ideas;
  • Choosing ways to do things;
  • Finding new ways; and
  • Enjoying achieving what they set out to do

Theme - Based Learning :

E.Y.F.S. emphasizes on the "Theme- Based Learning" for all the children and for such reasons the curriculum is divided into various themes each month. Presently we have the Theme : The communication skills of children for whom English is not their home language are not all the same. These children will be at different stages of learning English and one or more other languages. Learning English as an additional language is not a special educational need. Practitioners find out as much as they can about a child's prior language experience and any education experienced elsewhere. Parents, as the first educators, are an important source of information.

Having the curriculum and system in place, it's time for us all to embark on a journey towards care, concern and happiness for all our tiny ones.

Have a great journey towards learning!!!!!

Get in touch with us

  • Villa 23, Al Twar 1, 
  • Opp Al Bustan Centre, 
  • P.O. Box 56731, 
  • Al Qusais, Dubai – U.A.E. 
  • WhatsApp 0506512970
T : +971 4 261 3025 / +971 4 261 3027 | M : 050 651 2970 | E : worldnur@emirates.net.ae