Nursery School's in Doha

By caroline

My friend is moving here in 1 month, they have 2 children one is 2 and the other is 4, can anyone tell me any nursey that stays open until she finishes work at 3.30pm and has a canteen on site that can feed the children, of the ones I have checked they close at 1pm or 2pm if you pay for the extra hours the children can stay however they are expensive without paying the extra and they have no canteen facilities

can anyone help?

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By tonia• 8 years 8 months ago.
tonia

OK

By ngirl_162004• 9 years 4 months ago.
ngirl_162004

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By anonymous• 11 years 7 months ago.
anonymous

True, look for the British ran nurseries, you can't go far wrong, they close before 3 pm though!

By anonymous• 11 years 7 months ago.
Rating: 5/5
anonymous

a decent Nursery over here that keeps your kid until 3pm. It is not like England over here.

Avoid in house food too. Too many 'support staff' from third world countries that don't wash their hands.

Only go with British run ones and then I would check out the number of 'cheap labor' staff they had.

Look at is this way, if you were paying a lot of money for a supposed decent Nursery, you would expect the staff to be trained. Over here we don't have that.

Most of them have 'degrees' from a Mickey Mouse University. They say they have degrees in Nursing, Education and Admin. Most can't speak English.

Really do your research, it is crap over here with the number of third world people who say they have degrees and then don't even know what they are supposed to be talking about.

They are desperate for jobs and will lie to get one. They don't care at all that your kid’s education may be hindered by them lying.

Just be careful.

By anonymous• 11 years 7 months ago.
anonymous

Yes, there are waiting lists for good nurseries and the good ones seem to finish before 3pm (correct me if I'm wrong!)

As for food at nurseries......haven't come across that one (In the UK they do, I'd be dubious about feeding my child anything that came out of some of the nurseries here!)

By qatarisun• 11 years 7 months ago.
qatarisun

i have a question here... I know in good schools there are a long waiting lists.. what the situation with the nurseries? Is that hard to get a placement there for the child? Or demand-supply is balanced?

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By Soniaaju• 11 years 7 months ago.
Soniaaju

I think you better look into the Qatar guide Marhaba.YOU will surely get an idea of the nursery schools located in Doha.

By Roadtester• 11 years 8 months ago.
Roadtester

Sorry dont know costs, and my boss is away, you'd be best phoning them. My boss had looked around a bit and this one he found resonable and good location for where we are based.

By anonymous• 11 years 8 months ago.
anonymous

they have provisions for late pick-ups.

"dgoodrebel will always be the rebellious good one"

By caroline• 11 years 8 months ago.
caroline

any idea of the cost at Mary Poppins

Caroline

By Roadtester• 11 years 8 months ago.
Rating: 5/5
Roadtester

My boss picks his son up from mary poppins between 3.30-4 and i think the place is open later. But as mentioned earlier, kids must bring own food.

By novita77• 11 years 8 months ago.
novita77

never heard nursery with canteen facilities.

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