One to Four Year Old Children

Who our classes are for

Young Toddlers

(1 - 2 years old)


(2 - 3 years old)


(3 - 4 years old)



Young Toddlers (1 - 2 Years)

Children are encouraged to develop at their own pace and to learn while having fun. You can trust that the children in our care are secure, settled, happy, safe and age-appropriately challenged.

Our programme allows children the freedom to explore the classroom spaces and outdoor area within a safe and secure environment. We believe in building strong partnerships with families so that we can meet each child’s needs to ensure a sense of familiarity and wellbeing for each child.

The children will also be lucky enough to experience language activities in English and Arabic throughout the day.

Toddlers (2 - 3 Years)

We provide an environment where children are empowered to be independent learners. We encourage children to work alongside each other and their teachers. Children are encouraged to make their own choices and actively explore their environment.

The programme allows for both spontaneous and well- planned themed experiences. We have rooms set up to meet the needs of children at different stages of learning and we have an outdoor play space that is safe and stimulating and enhances your child’s learning.

Our teachers are trained to work with early years children to help them develop their curiosity and persistence. These traits will be used by the teaching staff to help children develop their language skills.

We believe that parents are the first teachers of the child. All our staff will actively work to engage with families to provide the best possible learning experience for the child.

The children will also be lucky enough to experience language activities in English and Arabic throughout the day.

Preschoolers (3 - 4 Years)

Pre-schoolers spend a lot of time watching, observing and imitating. Their imagination is working at all times. We provide a learning environment that gives children opportunities to play by themselves and in groups. Activities are based around a monthly theme and focus on the children’s emerging interests. Our teachers plan activities that promote the development of gross and fine motor skills, and early literacy and numeracy skills.

The children will also be lucky enough to experience language activities in English and Arabic throughout the day.


Our daycare programme is based around a theme which changes every few weeks. The themes could be aligned to such things as the seasons, local events, the weather and areas of interest to the children. Our teachers will plan activities that link with each theme, and will publish a calendar each month showing ways in which parents can be involved.

Stories and Songs

Fingerplays, songs, stories and rhymes are fun and useful. Daily experiences of these are a great way to build language as children increase their vocabulary, learn the sounds of words, and hear the rhythm of language.

Active Indoor and Outdoor Gross Motor Activities

Daily active play that uses the large muscles in children’s legs, arms, and bodies is important for good health and physical development. Learning to harness the power of those muscles to run, jump, throw, catch, and kick is key to the healthy growth of their bodies and brains. It's also fun.

Art and Craft

Daily involvement is simple tasks such as using a pair of scissors or holding a paintbrush helps enhance children’s fine motor skills. When they make something new, they enjoy sharing it with others. This also helps to improve their language skills.

Our daycares are owned and operated by Multinational School Riyadh. Our daycares offer appropriate play-based learning experiences for children aged 1-4 years. We offer flexible daycare packages for busy parents who want their children to spend quality time interacting with their peers and other positive adults.

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In line with the directives of the Director General of Education in regards to the COVID-19 outbreak, the daycare will remain closed starting from Monday 09/03/2020 until further notice.