Hussain bin Ibrahim Al Hammadi, Minister of Education recently opened the Honey Bee Private Nursery in Dubai. The inauguration was attended by Ibrahim Khadem, founder of the Honey Bee Nursery, and Sally Shokriji, the co-founder of the nursery well as several officials and members of the teaching and administrative staff.
Hussain bin Ibrahim Al Hammadi, Minister of Education and his accompanying delegation toured the halls of the nursery and its departments and learned about their educational and educational services. He urged the teaching staff in the nursery to exert all efforts to raise the students according to a sound education whose content conform with the latest educational systems that the Ministry of Education has implemented in schools and nurseries under its umbrella.
Ibrahim Khadem explained that the Honey Bee Nursery focuses on building and preparing the child properly for the following stages, to keep pace with the various educational policies in the country that focus on innovation, instilling values of tolerance, belonging, openness to the others and interacting positively with the different members of society.
He pointed out that the nursery focused on the strategy of learning by play and social intelligence, as the real measure of success is the development of communication skills with the members of the community. This will reflect positively on the personality of the student and his learning and creativity ability as we work together with parents to graduate students self-aware and self-motivated.
Located in the second City Walk, overlooking the Burj Khalifa, and surrounded by several scientific, cultural and family entertainment venues such as the Science Museum, the Honeybee Nursery is uniquely situated. It is attended by only 50 children a year, targeting the age group of one and a half to four years.
The nursery is in line with the country's education strategy, which focuses on building skills and stimulating innovation so that children are qualified to be successful individuals in society.
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