FAQ

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We have CCTV available in our nursery. In addition, all Nurseries display CCTV coverage in their reception areas. But, parents don’t have access to the service remotely.

At Dalia Nursery, we encourage all children to wear the Uniform. It provides a sense of unity and equality. Uniform is also an excellent safety measure when the nursery conducts school trips. Uniforms are available to purchase from our nursery.

Our Nursery fees vary depending on the course of admission. Therefore, you will need to contact our team as fees vary depending on different programs.

We have established a tradition of achieving high standards, which has helped us develop and grow as a Nursery school. For example, By using modern technology app, our teachers can communicate with parents and give them periodic updates and reports to help monitor the progression of their child’s development and growth. 

Yes, of course! You can contact us on +971-585825000 / +971-588745372   or schedule a visit on the website and make a booking to secure a guide for your visit. Visiting hours can vary due to covid reasons. For more, you can always call us.
Yes. We do! We have our own Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO), who regularly attends each branch and supports teachers with observations and Parent meetings. A meeting or prior communication may be required with the SENCO before registration is taken.

We have a NO NUT policy at Dalia Nursery. This ensures that children with Nut allergies do not come into contact with Nuts. We also ensure no sharing of food takes place in nursery premises.

We have our Sickness Policy in place at the Nursery to ensure the safety and well-being of the children at all times. Children should not be sent to school with any of the following conditions:

  • Fever greater than 37.5 C / Rash (with or without fever)
  • Diarrhoea / Vomiting
  • Breathing difficulties or persistent cough / Conjunctivitis or eye infection

 

Any child suffering from a contagious condition that warrants the prescription of antibiotics should be kept at home during the first 48 hours after starting the course of antibiotics and will not be admitted to the Nursery during this period.

The school nurse takes random temperatures of students each morning. In accordance with Ministry guidelines, any child found with a temperature over the 37.5 normal range will be sent home. No exceptions to this will be made.

 

This school policy is in place to prevent the spread of infection, ensure the well-being of both the ill, and prevent other children and staff from suffering from the same symptoms and therefore unable to attend the Nursery. In addition, we intend to ensure the well-being of all of the children in our care at all times.

At Dalia Nursery, we encourage healthy diets. We, therefore, advise parents to provide their children with food that is easy to handle and eat. Parents can send various items, including sandwiches, pasta, rice, yoghurt, fruit, and vegetable snacks. We do not allow the children to consume sweets, chocolate or fizzy drinks in the Nursery.

Unfortunately, we do not provide food for the children in the Nursery. This is due to allergies being present in many children and due to Covid guidelines, we want no cross contamination of food with children.

On a daily basis, you should pack a small bag for your child. Inside should be a snack for the morning and more if they stay later. A water bottle should be inside, alongside a pair of spare clothes. Diapers and Wipes can be brought to the Nursery to be stored.

Our primary communication method is via email and the Communicator Application. Regular updates and important information are relayed across these platforms, with Social Media (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter). Monthly Newsletters are also sent out to all Parents and are available in the Reception area of our dalia nursery.

 

Our unique Home School Book is also provided to all of our children, giving a weekly update on their activities and any upcoming events for the following week. In addition, messages can be conveyed to the Teacher through the Home School Book if parents cannot meet with the Teacher.

All staff are appropriately qualified before joining our team here and take part in regular training of up to 20 hours per year on subjects such as but not limited to; special educational needs, health and safety, food hygiene, fire safety, plus educational training. 

 

The process of selecting staff here at Dalia Nursery is very important to us; command of the British language is paramount and educational background. As a result, many of our team have obtained qualifications in fields such as Early Years, Special Educational Needs, and Early Years Physical Development.

At Dalia Nursery, all lessons and activities are taught in English, with the exception of Arabic and Chinese Lessons. Language lessons are included as part of our curriculum for those who attend Nursery and Foundation classes.

As a Parent, you are able to decide which option suits you best. There are five days and also three-day options available. However, consecutive days are advised in order to maintain and establish a good routine.

Dalia Nursery is both a Pre-School and Nursery, catering for children from the age of 2 months up to the age of 4.5 years.