Nurseries in Al Wasl

Al Wasl is an area in the emirates of Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). The area is located in western Dubai, lying between the first and second interchanges of route E 11 (Sheikh Zayed Road). Al Wasl is mostly covered by residential community as well as there are many nurseries in Al Wasl and is bordered by Jumeirah, Business Bay, Al Safa and Al Satwa to the North, South, West and East respectively.

The locality has derived its name from a historic British reference to the city of Dubai. Important landmarks in the locality include the publishing offices of Gulf News and Al Bayan, Al Mazaya Centre and Safa Park. There are many nurseries in Al Wasl that are providing services to the residents of the area. According to the population estimate made at the end of 2017, the total population of Al Wasl recorded is 10,736.

Below you can find the list of Nurseries in Al Wasl:

Nurseries in Al Wasl

This was the list of Nurseries in Al Wasl. You can also find the list of nurseries near Al Wasl.

Little Pandas Early Learning Centre / Nursery

Little Pandas is appropriately named given their close proximity to Dubai Zoo.  Situated just a street behind the Zoo, Little Pandas is in a convenient location in Jumeirah 1, a little off the beach road. The nursery is aimed at working parents, being open 52 weeks of the year, 7am – 7pm. With only a maximum of 60 children attending, this is a smaller nursery by Dubai standards.

Parking is on street, in the surrounding quiet residential roads. The nursery is a converted residential bungalow secured by a high wall. Entry is via a buzzer system.

It has been written under the list of Nurseries in Al Wasl, because it is not far away from Al Wasl and easily accessible for the residents of the area.

The nursery has lots of outdoor space, all of which is shaded and carpeted in artificial grass. There is a very large sandpit and lots of outdoor play equipment, such as swings and slides. One area is kept purposefully free of equipment so that it can be used for special events such as Sports Day and National Day celebrations.

Little Pandas operates the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum from England. Topics area changed monthly and activities are planned to incorporate all areas of the curriculum. Parent teacher meetings are held once a term and parents also receive a detailed report termly.

The opening hours of this nursery are clearly a bonus for working parents, as is the year round opening and convenient parking. At present there is no bus service or food provision, although both are under consideration. Outdoor areas are spacious and as a KHDA licensed premises Little Pandas is able to offer both FS1 and FS2.