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Aga Khan Early Learning Centre (AKELC) has been Selected for a Special NDNA Award

AKELC is celebrating after it was announced they had become the winner for National Day Nurseries Association’s International Nursery of the Year Award on 22 June 2018 in Coventry, England

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28 June 2018

Last updated on 31 December 2018
Nursery in Dubai | Aga Khan Early Learning Centre

Kelli Allen, Head of Nursery and Preschool commented on the honour: “We are delighted to be selected for this award. The Aga Khan Early Learning Centre (AKELC) would like to thank NDNA, its Sponsors, AKELC parents and staff, and all supporters who helped achieve this prestigious award. AKELC is committed to the development of the young child, and our vision is to be a Leader in the Early Years by bringing up the standards for high-quality practices and professional development in the United Arab Emirates."

AKELC is a high quality, purpose built, non profit Nursery school that has been in operation since 2010 in the Oud Metha area. The bilingual (English/Arabic) Centre provides a British (EYFS) curriculum and welcomes children from all backgrounds and abilities.

AKELC is also accredited through the NDNA e-Quality Counts program and has a Level 3 status (Highest Level – Exemplary).

NDNA Chief Executive, Purnima Tanuku OBE, said: “A huge well done to AKELC.This is a fantastic achievement for them. They should be very proud of their amazing, hard work in this sector.“

For more information about AKELC please contact us at 04 336 7676.

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Aga Khan Early Learning Centre (AKELC), Dubai is an accredited non-profit nursery and preschool located in a purpose-built facility in Oud Metha and offers a high quality bilingual (English/Arabic) British curriculum to children aged 1 – 4 years based on best international standards and practices.

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