4 to 12 months
1 to 2 years
2 to 2.5 years
2.5 to 3 years
3 to 4 years
About My Nursery
My Nursery was founded in 1991. Since then, we have grown and developed further with every group of children who have graduated from our kindergarten.
At My Nursery, we strive to maintain a safe and family-like environment that nurtures children’s needs and encourages them to develop their natural aptitudes and talents.
Helping your child develop and learn through creativity.
My Nursery is a learning environment that nurtures and respects the different gifts and variety in learning styles that each child brings to the classroom community.
Our philosophy is inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach to education, where teachers respect each child individually and help them be the authors of their own learning.
We are moving to Sheikha Fatima Park on the nursery’s 30yr anniversary!
My Nursery offers EYFS British Curriculum with pedagogy and practice inspired by the Reggio Emilia Approach
REGGIO EMILIA PHILOSOPHY
We have adapted the Reggio Emilia philosophy – a highly respected approach that originated in the late 1940’s. Teachers and children collaborate on research projects. Teachers further encourage children to test their hypotheses through the use of materials, which in Reggio Emilia is considered “the hundred languages of children.”
The curriculum changes each year with an eye on becoming curious and independent learners while also preparing children to enter the big world of kindergarten. This is an approach that encourages children to work together, challenge each other’s ideas and learn and grow through these interactions.
"Play Is the Highest Form of Research"
-- Albert Einstein
Whole child development “empowers children as creative and engaged citizens who can strengthen the wellbeing of a whole society.”
The whole-child approach to teaching supports and nurtures all areas of children’s development and learning–from social-emotional and cognitive skills to literacy, math, and science understanding–and is a powerful strategy as preschool children transition to kindergarten. It encourages children’s learning and thinking by being responsive to children’s understandings, interests, and abilities, allowing them to deepen their natural curiosity and their eagerness to want to discover and learn more.