Has a range of both qualified and experienced staff. Staff who are not suitably qualified but have experience working in professional settings receive in-house training on the mandatory requirements of what a child practitioner needs to know to work within the childcare profession.
– To provide a safe environment that nurtures and stimulates all children so that they can feel contentment, and discover the tools they need to participate in new experiences.
– To make provision for children to naturally explore the world around them through child-initiated activities
– To create an understanding of the Muslim identity through encouraging Islamic morals and manners.
– To encourage children in learning the Arabic alphabet, memorizing short surahs from the Qur’an, and du’as. Non-Muslim children will engage in other activities to promote their well-being, emotional, personal and social development.
– To create an atmosphere that encourages the development of desirable behavior and social skills, as well as emotional well-being.
Help children acquire greater confidence in using the English Language, especially in cases where it is their second language.