The event celebrates the Nursery’s 10th anniversary
- Look forward to some festivities and action for everyone
- Bring out your competitive streak at the drama, music and art competitions; watch movies and enjoy drumming and story sessions
- Get your hair cut and styled at the venue; create memories by clicking photographs at Photo Booth Station
To celebrate its 10th anniversary and achievements among festivities, colours and entertainment, British Orchard Nursery invites one and all to the exciting British Orchard Family Fun Fair on 17th and 18th of March. The gala affair, to be held at the pre-school’s Bur Dubai branch is open to the Nursery’s alumni, existing students, parents and others, with a promise of a range of lively engagements for everyone. Visitors can look forward to a number of engaging, interesting and entertaining activities from drama to art competitions, games, petting show, story sessions, movies for children, drumming sessions, a Cake and Bake contest for both adults and children, talent shows, singing competition and a whole lot of other fun activities. Additionally, there will be a food court featuring a wide variety of scrumptious international food. The event is open to visitors from 10 am to 6 pm on both days. The Entry is free to the Fun fair and it’s open to everyone.
“Establishing the largest quality certified nursery chain with 16 locations and tens of thousands of happy children looked after, British Orchard thanks all in its journey towards excellence,” commented Ms Vandana Gandhi, CEO and Founder of British Orchard Nursery, “This is indeed a significant milestone for us and we want to share and celebrate this occasion with everyone, whether it’s our existing and former students, parents or staff, and the Family Fun Fair makes a great opportunity to reconnect in a joyous and an entertaining setting where there is something of interest for everyone. Keeping in line with our learning with fun motto, we’ve tried to include activities which are both educative, yet provide amusement and at the same time bring out the competitive streak in our youngsters.”