Open Air Nursery Dubai (OAN, OAND) fee structure and information
Fees information not supplied.
Also called The Spark and Open Air Nursery?
Children aged 12 or 18 months to 4 years old accepted (conflicting information given).
Plans to collaborate with the Eastwood Nursery School in Wandsworth, Great Britain.
Location not given but a reference to Safa Park seen, which is in the Al Wasl community in Jumeirah area of Dubai.
28 January 2015
No further information provided or found regarding the Open Air Nursery apart from job advertisements in January 2012.
Nursery plans abandoned, suspended, cancelled, or nursery was renamed?
Postal address PO Box 5887 Dubai is for Atraco Industrial Enterprises in Jebel Ali Free Zone, a company which appears to have very little to do with nursery operation or development.
No website at domain www.thespark.ae (domain no longer registered - might have been in 2012). No other related website supplied or found.
30 January 2012 review
The Open Air Nursery is a new nursery opening in Dubai in September 2012 according to job advertisements seen for a Headteacher. To apply, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for full job specification (or send CV and letter). Applications close 18 February 2012. Benefits package advertised is annual salary of GBP 39,000 tax free + accommodation, annual return flights, and medical insurance.
The nursery is the first Urban Forest Nursery (UFN) in the Middle East (whatever that means). Job advert says "Open Air Nursery at The Spark ... Children attending the nursery will benefit from the Department of Parks & Horticulture's support and wealth of information in terms of local flora, fauna and bird-life."