Tanja Spasojevic, Hummingbird’s General Manager Image Credit: Supplied

As part of its vision to be a place where all children get the best possible start in life, Hummingbird Early Learning Centre, one of the top institutions for early childhood education and development in the UAE, has announced that its new branch at Dubai Airport Freezone (DAFZA) is the latest to join the Dubai Police’s Esaad initiative.

As a proud partner of Esaad for two years now, Hummingbird has been offering exclusive benefits and special discounts to the members of the program, who mostly comprise Dubai Police employees, retirees, people of determination, senior citizens, and many more. Its DAFZA branch will extend the same perks and privileges to Esaad cardholders issued to all members to allow them to avail of the benefits.

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Tanja Spasojevic, Hummingbird’s General Manager, said: “Through this partnership that started two years ago, Hummingbird has been able to reach more parents and children across the emirate. Both Dubai Police and Hummingbird have enabled the children of Esaad cardholders to gain access to a modern approach to early learning that focuses on nurturing intellectual, social, and physical skills in a happy, stimulating, and safe environment.”

“We are proud to be a part of this program, and adding our DAFZA branch to Esaad reflects how much we value and support the mission and goals of Dubai Police. We look forward to continuing our collaboration with Dubai Police and supporting similar initiatives in the future,” she added.

Launched in 2017, the Esaad program is a humanitarian initiative that aims to support Dubai community members, especially those who are in need. It provides cost-effective ways to meet the fundamental needs of citizens and residents and that of their families to ensure that they lead high-quality life. One of these needs is access to quality early childhood education.

Hummingbird is known for its innovation and high-quality standards in the areas of teaching, care, and delivery of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum. It serves working parents who wish to provide their children with the best opportunities even at the early stages of their lives. Part of the methodology of Hummingbird is to let children learn through play, exploration, and discovery.

“We at Hummingbird remain committed to providing the highest quality of education and care to the children we serve, and our partnership plays a significant role in our efforts to achieve this goal. It also reflects our support for Dubai and the UAE’s relevant programs that emphasize how early childhood education can shape the future of our country. Esaad is one such program that reflects the government’s commitment to enhancing the quality of nursery services across the Emirates,” she concluded.