We prepare your children for the challenges of tomorrow.

We aim to develop the intellectual, emotional and social independence of a child in a multi-cultural setting.

  We provide a high quality stimulating fun Early Childhood Education following the British National Early Years Curriculum.                      Toddlers I & II, FS I (pre=KG) & FS II (KGI)                                                                                                          

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Our Timings

Sunday to Thursday 12 months a year Early Drop Off: 07:00 to 08:00 AM Nursery Hours: 08:00 to 13:00 PM After School Hours: 13:00 to 17:00 PM

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The Year Of Tolerance

On 15 December 2018, H. H. Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed declared 2019 as the Year of Tolerance. The announcement aims to highlight the UAE as a global capital for tolerance and its approach, since its establishment, to be a bridge of communication between peoples of different cultures in a respectful environment that rejects extremism and emphasises on the acceptance of the other.

Everything you need to know for 2019/2020

ABOUT US

A place built to nourish your child's learning. Here at Safa, we ensure knowledge and growth for your little ones.

Our centre was established in April 1979 under the name of Safa Kindergarten Nursery and New Safa Nursery. In 2014, we changed our name to Safa Early Learning Centre. Our centre is approved by KHDA. Both our centres are ISO Certified, award winning centres offering the EYFS British Curriculum. The EYFS statutory framework covers the seven areas of learning and development.

All our classrooms are spacious, bright and well equipped to meet the needs of each age group at our nursery. All our educators speak multiple languages and are qualified in Early Childhood Education Level 3 with many years of teaching experience. Our classroom assistants hold Level 1 in Early Childhood Education. For the general welfare of all children we have a Registered Nurse at the centre and a Doctor who makes regular scheduled visits to monitor the health and development of our children. All educators and classroom assistants are trained in Pediatric First Aid.

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Development Matters in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

Toddlers

Toddlers I


Age by 31st December: 1 year


Activities consist of educational play, singing, music and movement, learning nursery rhymes, jigsaw puzzles, play house activities, soft play, play dough and an introduction to arts and crafts. Children also participate in water play sessions. All activities are developed to improve the children's social and language skills.

Toddlers II


Age by 31st December: 2 years


Children will be exposed to situations that will help to develop their observation skills, curiosity, attention span and their imagination, while maintaining a balance between language, arts and crafts, physical activities and music. The program includes singing, music and movement, storytelling, puzzles and construction games. Age appropriate activities introduce the children to colours, shapes, and numbers. Arts and Crafts as well as the development of pre-writing skills are part of the daily program. All activities are intended to continue and improve the children's social and language skills

Foundation Stage

FS I & II

FS I (pre-KG)


Age by 31st December: 3 years

The Educator will provide opportunities for exploration, investigation and creativity. Children will learn to make independent choices, develop a shared understanding of spiritual, social and culture diversity. We will encourage the children to respect and care for others and the environment. Children will practice to further improve their gross and fine motor skills. The work includes learning the alphabet through jolly phonics, numbers, presentation and verbal reasoning, introduction to reading and writing and more complex Arts and Crafts. Other daily activities include learning centres, library corners, home centres, role play, dressing-up corner, block building, play dough moulding, circle time, group games, songs and storytelling.

FS II (KG)


Age by 31st December: 4 years

Our aim is to prepare the children for a smooth transition into Reception Classes at Primary Level. Our daily activities continue to develop children's critical thinking, problem solving skills and encourage creative thinking. This will help the children develop resilience to face challenges and make well-informed choices. The EYFS program for FS II (KG1) is based on practising letter recognition for reading and recall for spelling. Oral blending, segmentation and recognition of high-frequency words are part of the pre-reading skills taught in FS II (KG1). In mathematics program, the centre uses a multi-sensory approach to develop the children's mathematical skills such as addition, subtraction, measuring, grouping and sequencing.

Special Education Support

Our centres work in partnership with external services providers such as, speech therapists and occupational therapists. The therapy sessions are held conveniently during the school hours in the centre's learning support room.

The British EYFS Curriculum

We follow the British Curriculum by delivering the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework. The EYFS framework is a child centred curriculum. It approaches early years learning as a holistic, integrated focus on children's creative expression, physical and communication skills as well as emotional and social development. Learning is carefully structured yet allows for exploratory, child-initiated experiences.  

 

The British Curriculum defines its provision for Pre-school education through the EYFS framework which sets and specifies standards and objectives of learning and development for pre-school children.

After-school Activities

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Soccer Club

Our popular Soccer lessons provide specific ball focused activities that improve motor co-ordination in two to five years old children.  The coaches are highly trained and specialised in designing and carrying out bespoke curriculums that focus on the individual child’s physical development.

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Karate Classes

The most popular martial art. It is about improving confidence, reflexes & co-ordination, strengthening the body, discipline and training the mind.

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Dance Classes

Dance is a great way to develop creativity and musicality by learning to move according to the tempo of various musical pieces. It also builds all-over muscle tone, enhances flexibility and improves core strength.  The lessons are fun and creative and structured to gradually build a child’s confidence, skills, talents, motor co-ordination, balance, strength and rhythm.

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Yoga Classes

Yoga presented in a child's language can help counter the stress experienced by little ones living in a hurry-up world. Learn the benefits of teaching yoga for kids.Children derive enormous benefits from yoga. Physically, it enhances their flexibility, strength, coordination, and body awareness. In addition, their concentration and sense of calmness and relaxation improves. Doing yoga, children exercise, play, connect more deeply with the inner self, and develop an intimate relationship with the natural world that surrounds them. Yoga brings that marvelous inner light that all children have to the surface.

 
 

Safa Early Learning Centre

+971 4 342 9575
jumeirah@safaelc.ae
www.safaelc.ae
Jumeirah
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

 

Safa Early Learning Centre - Branch

+971 4 344 3878
albadaa@safaelc.ae
www.safaelc.ae
Al Badaa
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

 
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