Early Years Educational Services (EYES) Cache Centre
EYES were the first Cache centre in the Middle East, set up in 2008 by Sarah Rogers, the founder, owner and CEO, and in November 2016 we were delighted to be presented with a certificate to recognise this by Cache international manager Jackie Jones.
EYES were the first Cache centre in the Middle East, set up in 2008 by Sarah Rogers, the founder, owner and CEO, and in November 2016 we were delighted to be presented with a certificate to recognise this by Cache international manager Jackie Jones. At a short ceremony, attended by some of the local nursery owners and managers, Jackie expressed thanks on behalf of Cache, for the way that EYES have worked with all stakeholders to promote the need for high quality qualifications, and lead the way for other Cache centres in the region. Sarah was very happy to receive the award on behalf of her whole team and said that it was a pleasure to work with Cache to support her passion and vision of promoting high quality early years’ education for all young learners, and a great recognition of her hard working, highly experienced and professional team.
EYES received further recognition in January 2017 when they were awarded the runner up in the 2016 Gulf Capital SME MEED award for Best Small Business. This comes after winning the category in 2015, and Sarah said that this was a recognition of the ongoing work of a smaller independent company with a real passion for ensuring high quality early years’ provision in an ever changing and challenging environment.
February 2017 saw another award with EYES winning the MEA UAE Business Award for Best Teacher Training Programme. This award was further recognition of the hard work by the whole EYES team to ensure that all their courses are relevant, interesting, supportive and enjoyable for all learners.
At the end of February, Sarah was delighted to be named as one of the 23 UAE Educational Influences by WhichSchool Advisor in an online article about the impact her passion and expertise has had on early years educators in the UAE. Named as a ‘leading voice with an impact on the local preschool like no other’, the article was a tribute to Sarah’s beliefs, expertise and years of hard work, though Sarah noted that her achievements were down to her great team and that she would not have been able to achieve what she had on her own. Read the full article here.