Bright Kids Pasir Ris
Block 764, Pasir Ris St 71, #01-246
Contact: +65 6583 1600
Bright Kids at Pasir Ris has officially opened its door on 16 May 1995, providing comprehensive childcare services to residences in Pasir Ris. Being in this industry for over two decades, Bright Kids is a reputable childcare centre, providing impactful guidance for young children through their early childhood development stages.
In Bright Kids @ Pasir Ris., we aim to instil school values on our students through daily activities and interactions. In addition to being a Partner Operator of Early Childhood Development Agency (ECDA), our centre had clinched several awards over the past few years, which include:
This aligns with our vision to become a future-ready early childhood provider. Furthermore, our teachers are trained and equipped with the required skills and knowledge to swiftly respond to the intellectual curiosity of our children.
18 months to 30 months old
30 months to 4 years old
K1: Above 4 years old to 5 years old
K2: Above 5 years old to below 7 years old
Our centre has also been working hand-in-hand with the community partners in our neighbourhood. In recent years, we have been involved in community partnership with Meridien Primary School. Our Director, Mr Teo has been invited to the school on numerous occasions as a form of appreciation and to foster a better relationship between both schools so as to ensure a long-term partnership.
With the implementation of a theme-based curriculum, our children are exposed to hands-on learning experiences as they go on excursions throughout the year.
Project of the year:
Start Small Dream Big
On April 29, Bright Kids @ Pasir Ris launched our very first SSDB party. Parent and families were invited to be a part of this exciting event. To kick off the party, our centre principal, Ms Grizel shared about a project she did on Hawksbill Turtles last year. Her K2 class graduated as ambassadors for these turtles and were even invited to their hatchery on Sister’s Island to release the hatchlings into the water.
Subsequently, a video about SSDB was screened to share with the children and parents what SSDB is all about and how it started. As it is the first year we are embarking on this, the children and parents were quite excited. A video that the N2 – K2 classes did was also screened. The children were proud when they saw their own faces in the videos. They did a great job introducing our theme for our project this year. Our project will be centred on Caring for Animals.
Hence, we have decided to partner with NParks and tap on their resources for the project. As such, the children made a video about the two endangered animals that will be featured. We hope to raise awareness of endangered species found in Singapore and work towards conservation efforts alongside NParks. We hope to inspire the community around us to join us in our conservation efforts.
“Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something!” - Max Lucado
We will be updating constantly, so to find out the strings of upcoming events for this project!