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Our Objectives
  •  To provide a warm, nurturing environment that encourages the development of the "holistic child."
  •  To provide an environment that is based on successful experiences, which encourages all children to develop a healthy self concept, and a positive self-esteem.
  • To offer an environment that encourages children to develop their capabilities and interests at their own pace and according to their individual needs.
  • To offer a program which recognizes the uniqueness of each and every child and provides positive encouragement for the child’s continued growth.
  • To provide an environment that provides the child with the opportunity to learn by doing- moving from concrete hands-on experiences to more abstract concept development.
  • To provide opportunities for a lifetime of creative living and learning.
Our Programme
Our programme is based on the theories of Maria Montessori, Erik Erikson, Jean Piaget, Vygotsky and Howard Gardner in child care development and education. At Brightland Kindergarten, we adopted a range of educational materials from United Kingdom, United States, Australia, Singapore and Malaysia.

At Brightland Kindergarten we adopt the national preschool curriculum of Malaysia. Apart from that, we also integrated the curriculum by adopting the Montessori method of education and the emergent curriculum. These curriculums are developmentally appropriate and leading us not only focused on children’s academic but also striving to build on children’s character and their holistic development.

Our developmentally appropriate programme is design to based on children’s interest and developmental level. We always expose children from concrete to abstract, simple to complex learning experiences so that children can acquire knowledge and information better and experience the joy of learning.

Through the programme, children in Brightland will learn through 5 contexts for learning, which underpin in the early years. Research proves that young children must be actively learning through all the senses.

Below are the five contexts for learning

Routine and Transistions
Routine such as meal times, relaxation and tidy-up times provide important opportunities for learning (e.g. social skills and oral communication). Transistion games, songs and other activities also provide valuable learning opportunities as children move from one activity/ context to another.

Focused learning and teaching
Focused teaching and learning events often occur during teachable moments within play, real-life situations and investigations. Focused learning and teaching may also occur in small and whole-group s situation s for shorter period s of time. Such focused learning and teaching actively engages children in interacting in people, objects and representations.

Play provides a powerful context in which children learn as they actively engage socially, emotionally, physically and intellectually with people, objects and representations.

Investigation involve children in interacting with people, objects and representations. As they inquire, explore relationships and test ideas. The teacher scaffold investigations by posing problems, questioning, modeling, explaining and suggesting alternatives and involve children in decision making.

Real-life situations
Learning through real-life situations enables children to build connections between, home, community, and classroom experiences. (eg. Cooking, gardening, talking with guest speakers and etc.)

Subjects area covered for 3 - 4 years old

At the age of 3 to 4 years old, our children will be very busy with their work- which is PLAY. Children will explore and actively engage with hands-on materials such as the Montessori apparatus and also fully utilized all the learning corners. We will observe children’s interest, strength and needs and be responsive to them by building upon their existing interests.
  • Brain Gym activities
  • Montessori method of education (practical life, language, sensorial, numbers and cultural components)
  • English (Nursery rhymes, phonetic, phonogram, pre-writing skills, guided reading)
  • BM (vocabulary building, flash card, songs, poems)
  • Moral values
  • Music and Movements
  • Creative Arts
  • Computer
  • Indoor learning experiences (blocks corner, manipulative corner, crafts corner, dramatic play corner, sand play, water play)
  • Outdoor learning experiences (sand play, water play, messy play, gardening, arts and crafts experiences)
Subjects area covered for 5 - 6 years old

At the age of 5 to 6 years old, we still continue to expose the children to different learning corners at the same time we will document the children’s learning and development areas and then build upon their existing interests through play. Children at this age group will be exposing more to the 3Rs (Reading, Writing and Arithmetic) This is to ensure that our children are well prepared and ready to enter into our public or private formal education institution.
  • Brain Gym activities
  • English (Phonics, Vocabulary building, Guided reading, spelling, creative writing)
  • Bahasa Malaysia (Cerita, Suku kata, Ejaan, Guided reading and etc.)
  • Moral values
  • Mathematics
  • Creative Arts
  • Music and Movements
  • Computer
  • Indoor learning experiences (blocks corner, manipulative corner, crafts corner, dramatic play corner, sand play, water play)
  • Outdoor learning experiences (sand play, water play, messy play, gardening, arts and crafts experiences)
Additional Mandarin Programme for 4 to 6 years old

Our innovative mandarin programme allow children to learn mandarin in a fun way by mastery the Chinese characters through using body movements, singing chinese poems and rhymes.

Here are some of the components that will be covered in the mandarin lesson

han yu pin yin   汉语拼音
zao ju   造句
bu bi hua   补笔画
bi hua   笔画
bu shou   部首
sheng zi   生字
Poems and rhymes   幼儿诗歌
Odonata readers   红蜻蜓阅读计划   and etc.

At brightland, we offer various programmes to enhance our children’s development. We offer holiday programmes and a variety of enrichment programmes to suit our children’s interests, strength and needs. 

School hour Scheduled

Morning session : 3 years old 8.00 am to 11.30 pm

                             : 4 years old 8.00am to 12.00 pm

                             :  5 & 6 years old 8.00 am to 12:30 pm


Monday , Wednesday & Friday 12.45pm - 1.45pm / 2.00pm