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Happy Home Nursery Review

Happy Home Nursery is a private nursery located in Karama, Dubai. No formal, international curriculum appears to be followed.
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Private
School phase
Nursery
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Value
Status
Open
Opening year
1980
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Happy Home Nursery
School type
Private
School phase
Nursery
Inspection rating
No rating
Availability 2020/21
No data
Availability 2021/22
No data
Annual fee average
AED 13,000* help
Price band help
Value
Status
Open
Opening year
1980
Community
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Happy Home Nursery is a private nursery located in Karama, Dubai. No formal, international curriculum appears to be followed.

Happy Home Nursery has a policy of grouping children according to their age. Each class has, according to the nursery, an experienced teacher who is able to cultivate and foster an environment that allows children to:

  • Understand and express themselves.
  • Appreciate differences in others.
  • Improve their habits and acquire new skills.
  • Experience a variety of learning styles.
  • Be constructive in areas of self controls
  • Learn through play

Children learn foundation science, maths, reading and writing, through a mixture of age appropriate learning methods.

The nursery introduces a new theme every month, which all classes incorporate into their individual learning programmes, at an appropriate level for the children in that class.

Facilities include an indoor play area, a children's lounge, a largish garden and an outdoor play area.

Based in Karama, the demographic of the school echoes its catchment area, serving a predominately Indian expatriate population. The nursery is open from 7:30 am until 7:30 pm, with classes beginning at 11 am. Actual fees depend on timings a child attends but fees are not posted on the nursery's website. 

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