Childcare | Infant Care
We believe that learning should be fun to encourage positive learning attitude within each child. In a comfortable classroom environment festooned with enthralling posters and well-thought-out programs, children are engaged in an effective and fun learning process. Today, Bright Kids’ centres are located across Punggol, Pasir Ris and Jurong West.
The early childhood curriculum here at Bright Kids is judiciously designed to facilitate children’s development and learning with the aid of necessary materials needed to support the implementation of our programs. Our educators are equipped with the knowledge, skills, and principles to educate our young children to achieve the learning outcomes when they graduate from Bright Kids.
Our theme-based curriculum is known to have aligned with both Early Years Development Framework and Nurturing Early Learners (NEL) Framework. Alongside with English engagement programs, our children are enriched by professionally designed Mandarin programs to accentuate the importance of bilingualism. This ensures that every child here graduates with the ability to speak both languages with similar proficiency.
The Project Approach
"Facilitating children's development through innovative environmental stimulation."
Here in Bright Kids, we have adopted the project approach every twice a year in June and November.
Children will be engaged in projects based on their interest and sustainabilty. This give autonomy to children to find answers to their questions. Through this project children will be encouraged and given an opportunity to actively play their part in protecting our world and contribute in achieving the sustainable developmental goals. We strongly believe that children are active learners and they learn best when taking ownership of their learning. Therefore, these projects provide our children with an opportunity to be involved throughout the entire learning process.
Process of a project approach:
Phase 1: Getting started - choosing the topic for investigation, discussing what is known, make a list of questions about the topic.
Phase 2: Investigation - look for answers to the questions, collect new information, engage in exploratory activities and discuss things.
Phase 3: Concluding the project - compare what they knew before and what they have found out, to create collaterals to share their findings / story of the project and decide on concluding the activity.
Our Chinese Curriculum
Our children are also enriched by professionally designed Mandarin programmes to accentuate the importance of bilingualism. Ensuring that every child here graduates with the ability to speak both languages with similar proficiency.
中心与家庭、社区密切合作， 与小学相互衔接。 综合利用各种教育资源，满足幼儿多方面发展的需要， 使他们在快乐的童年中获得有益于身心发展的经验。
Chinese calligraphy is a form of art that enhance the meaning of written words by infusing beauty, texture, and dignity along with the mere words on paper.