The Sharjah Education Council saw a large turnout for registration in public nurseries by families who wanted to enroll their children in one of the government nurseries in the Emirate of Sharjah after the Council opened the registration door since the end of July last year.
The council revealed that it had received 1,096 applications for registration for the 2022/2023 academic year, while the number of memberships from 2019 to 2022 stood at 4,927 members, after the council stipulated that the registration process should be carried out following two basic steps. And his mother and father, while the second stage was assigned to reserve the seat for the child.
The number of reserved seats reached 510, spread over three cities namely Sharjah, Al Wusta and Al Sharqiya, while the Sharjah Education Council prioritized reserving the seat for children of Sharjah government employees in the first phase and then made it available in the second phase for non -Sharjah government workers. The Council made it possible to update membership due to the inability of some to complete the process of entering all the required data in accordance with Council policies to facilitate the registration service and due to the high demand for registration.
The Chairman of the Sharjah Education Council, Dr. Saeed Musabeh Al Kaabi, said that the demand for kindergartens this year was high.
He added to «Emirates Today» that it was decided to open five new government nurseries, which indicates the completion of their readiness, since three nurseries will be opened during the month of September, and a nursery at the end of November, while opening of the fifth can be postponed until early 2023, until it is received from the Labor Department. In addition, there are other nurseries that are being worked on under the supervision and implementation of the Labor Department.
He added that the new state kindergartens to be opened in the central region include three kindergartens.
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