More About the Best British Nursery School in Dubai

Welcome to Kent Nursery – your child’s home away from home. We are a preschool in Nad Al Sheba, near to Al Barari, The Villa, Liwan, Falcon City, Dubailand, Dubai Silicon Oasis, Meydan South, Meydan Heights, The Polo Residences, Mirdiff, Al Warqa, Downtown Dubai and Arabian Ranches, conveniently located just off Al Ain Road, just 12 minutes from Downtown Dubai.  

We are an authentically British Nursery school following the EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) British Curriculum. Our passionate teachers are all fully qualified with British Cache 3 Early Years Qualifications or equivalent. 

We pride ourselves on our world class purpose built preschool facility that boasts large classrooms, small class sizes, a dedicated indoor soft play arena, large open outdoor play spaces, a little library, additional themed break away rooms and a fully equipped medical centre with a full time DHA-registered nurse. Have a look at the page entitled “Why Kent Nursery” to find out more about what we offer at Kent. 

Meet Our Manager

Nursery School in Dubai Manager

My name is Catherine Mulligan and I am very excited to lead the team at Kent Nursery. Kent’s purpose-built facility is an exceptional setting which boasts outstanding learning experiences for children from 45 days to rising 4’s.

Originally from Scotland, I moved from Glasgow to Dubai 11 years ago with my husband and eldest son. I am blessed to now have three sons who never fail to keep me entertained.

Since moving to the UAE, I have worked in various leadership roles, from training staff to the day-to-day running of large nursery schools. I was very proud to lead one of my previous settings to achieve the prestigious PLA accreditation (NDNA). I have also worked in Early Years consultancy, guiding the completion of a purpose-built facility here in Dubai.

The best parts of my job are building relationships with the children in our care, and having the privilege of watching them grow. Having a close partnership with parents is exceptionally important, and something I encourage as much as possible.