A new hi-tech, Ora Nursery of the Future, spread across 600 square metres has opened its doors to support mothers who work for the government in Dubai.
Located in Emirates Towers in DIFC, the nursery features fantastic ‘future’ features including a scientific lab, 22 learning zones and a mini programming centres and all this has been designed to accommodate the learning and the growth process of children aged between 45 days and 4 years old.
The nursery follows the Zayed Early Learning Framework, and the curriculum lays a special focus on maths and reading. A digital wall and a library at the nursery contains both English and Arabic books and it also offers different interactive mediums to promote reading habits.
Children will have a splash pad and an outdoor garden to run around and once they are tired, they can rest in special sleeping capsules designed to be age appropriate.
Mohammed Bin Taliah, Assistant Director General for Government Services at the Ministry of Cabinet Affairs and the Future, said, “The nursery serves all employees working in government entities at Emirates Towers, while adopting a futuristic model of early education to prepare children for different learning stages and providing them with the skills and tools that will make them ready for the future.”