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Welcome to Al Marah & Al Leab Nursery and Daycare.
 
Al Marah &Al Leab Nursery is one of the trusted nurseries in Sharjah. The nursery has spacious classrooms, designed for different age groups each equipped with the latest educational equipment, with extensive variety of activities, toys, games and a vast selection of pre-school level books. It has a large indoor play area inside, a soft-play area with daycare room for our tiny tots and the outdoor playground has sand play, water splash, planting and growing areas for our children. We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum and our nursery aims to build a place where young children can thrive and grow, with the individual care and attention they need to best develop their early learning skills. With our enhanced programs, children can explore their interests in a structured yet free and encouraging environment.
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daycare in sharjah
At Al Marah & Al Leab Nursery, we have dedicated and professionally developed teachers where the child’s growth and development is our expertise. We believe in working with each child to the best of his/her abilities. We implement positive approach and strongly suggest parent’s involvement and visit at any time. The Nursery provides quality daycare for children of age 4 months to 4 years. All of our programs are developed to fit the needs of these age group children. Our Nursery provides education for life. We develop children’s character, self-esteem, build their confidence and teach them the real values of life. We believe that children should feel joy in learning and that every child has its own separate entity.

MANAGED BY EDUCATED AND PROFESSIONAL TEAM, FEATURING: 

  • - Open from 6 am to 6 pm, Saturday to Thursday
  • - For ages 4 months to 4 years
  • - Massive indoor and outdoor facilities fully monitored by CCTV camera
  • - Certified Speech Therapist
  • - British Curriculum (EYFS) tie up with major schools
  • - Age appropriate activities
  • - Activity based learning
  • - Entertainment and education field trips
  • - Skill development through art and creativity
  • - Good Health & Safety practices
  • - Gymnastics and karate by professional trainers
  • - Full time licensed nurse and monthly check-up

Prime location on the main road near Quran roundabout, with transportation facilities throughout Sharjah.

Vision Statement

Empowering future leaders to acquire emerge and enjoy the challenging environment and explore the joy of learning.

Mission Statement

To ensure that every child is valued and nourished with strong foundations enabling them stand and grow into a lifelong learner and a responsible citizen.

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Message from the Manager

As said by Albert Einstein: “I never teach my pupils; I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.”
I am Tazeen Fatima Mohammed. I have been working as a teacher at various British and American Schools possessing more than 15 years of experience and has been appointed as a headmistress at Al Marah & Al Leab in 2017. Working and being interactive with children, watching them learn and develop their skills and become capable little learners gives me immense satisfaction.

We are privately owned nursery offering a warm welcome to all our viewers, our kids and their families. Al Marah & Al Leab was established in 2013 and we are glad to develop and bring into giving importance to the ethos and values to put the child at the centre of everything we do resulting in our excellent reputation and continuous recommendations among the parents.

Al Marah & Al Leab Nursery is a well trusted learning center of excellence for early childhood education. We have developed a curriculum wherein learning takes place in a relaxed, friendly, fun filled and multicultural environment which endorses learning through play purely ‘Exploring the joy of learning.’
british curriculum nursery sharjah
british curriculum nursery sharjah

Our Curriculum

Children are like sponges, soaking up information about the world around them from the moment they are born. At Al Marah & Al Leab we embrace this natural curiosity and enthusiasm for life with a curriculum based around learning through play.

Every child is treated as an individual and encouraged to learn at his or her own pace. The warm, friendly environment allows children to develop self- confidence and independence as they begin their social development.

Through both child–led play and adult-led activities, your child will build positive relationships with nursery staff and learn to play alongside and make friends with other children.

We follow the Early Years Foundation Stages, which is made up of six overlapping areas of learning and development.

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   personal, social and emotional development: supporting children to develop a positive sense of themselves and others; to form positive relationships and develop respect for others; to develop social skills and learn to manage their feelings; to understand appropriate behaviour in groups and to have confidence in their own abilities;

 

   physical development: providing opportunities for young children to be active and interactive developing their coordination, balance, control, and movement; understanding the importance of physical activity and making healthy choices in relation to food;

 

   communication and language; providing access to a wide range of reading materials – books, poems, and other written materials; providing opportunities for children to speak and listen in a range of situations such as using action rhymes and songs to develop their confidence and skills in expressing themselves; encouraging and supporting children to read and write with confidence; and using the outdoor area for inspirational ideas for taking communication and language beyond the setting

 

   Problem solving Reasoning and Numeracy:  providing children with opportunities to explore, solve problems and to apply their knowledge; to practise and improve their skills in counting and calculating practically using addition/subtraction; multiplication/division; shape, space and measure including time and money;

 

   Understanding the world: guiding children to make sense of their physical world and their community through opportunities to explore, observe and find out about people, places, technology and the environment;

 

   Expressive arts and design: supporting children to explore, play and make things using a wide range of media and materials, providing opportunities and encouragement for sharing their thoughts, ideas and feelings through a variety of activities in art, music, movement, dance, role-play, performance and design and technology.