At Amity Early Learning Centre our children learn to develop and grow, while also having fun along the way. Every child is unique, full of vitality and inquisitiveness, with a wealth of potential to unlock and discover their surroundings. We have blended a variety of Early Learning practices from around the world (Reggio Emilia, New Zealand and Scandinavia) to support our unique philosophy of learning.
We are highly committed to child initiated learning and follow a sophisticated play-based curriculum. As part of our ethos, we encourage our children to gain autonomy over their learning and find creative ways to share their experiences and growth.
We are a hop, skip and jump away, ideally located on the boundary of Meadows 4 and Jumeirah Islands. With a wide range of facilities for little ones to explore and experienced staff to look after their needs, your child will begin the first steps of their educational journey the right way.
Our babies love to learn and play in our Baby Rooms.
When your child becomes a confident walker they are transitioned to our Toddler Rooms.
Your child begins their pre-school journey when they reach 2 to 3 years old.
Our final stage of learning begins when your child reaches the age of 4 to 5 years old.
A throwback to when our little ones returned to school.
It was all joy and smiles as we welcomed back for another term of laughter and joy. Children from all classes enjoyed a range of activities throughout the day. We are looking forward to having a great year ahead.
Our preschoolers spent a day creating an original abstract art piece. Every child in the class contributed to this piece using a range of different colours. We are immensely proud of our little ones and their final product, which is now a part of our decor.
Art is an opportunity for young children to be creative and express themselves. Over the past few months, our children have been working on perfecting their art skills, and they have managed to successfully master their painting strokes.
Our little ones learnt more about fruits and how they come in different shapes and sizes. To understand more about how diverse fruits can be, we cut them up and used them as stamps, to create interesting shapes and patterns.
Science in early childhood is key to nurturing intellectual curiosity, and helps children acquire new ways of asking questions and understanding the world. Our children enjoy a range of fun science experiments over the week, the latest one was mixing colours together!
Art helps young children develop both gross and fine motor skills. Here’s one of our little ones learning how to draw a portrait of herself. We encourage our children to try different types of art forms like patchwork, portraits, painting, pattern making and more.
Our little ones used their imagination and creativity to create a beautiful home for Dinosaurs. We started with a trip to our Peace Garden to collect twigs, leaves, acorns and barks. After collecting a variety of natural materials, we created a small world where dinosaurs could live.
Young toddlers at work, as they learn to cook by mixing a few key ingredients together. We have seen toddlers improve their hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, creativity and thinking, when exposed to different cooking techniques.