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Parents’ Month Promotion 2020

We’re extending our Parents’ Month Promotion discount to even more families! To celebrate Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, parents who register their child at any participating Centre between 11 May and 30 July 2020 will enjoy*: 💙100$ off school fees for 6 months ($600 value) 💙50% off registration fee  💙1 free set of uniform ($30 value) […]

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Temporary Suspension of General Services

In-line with the Ministry of Education (MOE) and Ministry of Social and Family Development’s (MSF) instruction, all Bright Juniors preschools will suspend general services from 8 April until 4 May. The aim of this action is to play our part in our Multi-Ministry Taskforce’s elevated set of safe distancing measures announced on 3 April 2020. […]

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COVID-19 Precautionary Measures

Bright Juniors has been following the COVID-19 situation closely and has taken steps to ensure the safety of our children in Bright Juniors. We would like to share with you some of the measures that have been taken to-date and will continue to update any further actions we take. Centre Measures We will continue to monitor […]

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Does Preschool Cause My Child Unnecessary Stress?

Studies have shown that optimal social development for children occurs when they are in a “natural” home setting with extended care from grandparents, aunts, uncles, parents and siblings. Spending long hours in a roomful of preschoolers who have difficulty controlling their emotions and lack social skills, can be unnecessarily stressful and detrimental to a child’s […]

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How Do Playgroups Help My Child?

Children play to learn and learn to play. Playgroups are designed to simulate a child’s home environment – clean, stable stimulating, yet distinct from a typical home routine of family activities and rules. We can distinguish between two types of playgroups: facilitated and informal. In the former, trained early childhood educators facilitate children’s learning through […]

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