We have wonderful and prepared classroom that are divided according to different age range.
Junior High School Programme
(12-15 Years Old)
Bright School Junior High School uses both, National and International curriculum program to promote the individuality, the personality, the development of interests, the creativity & originality of thought, the talent and the curiosity of the adolescents, with a view to that tomorrow they are balanced, successful, whole and happy people.
Bright Learning Centre.
Bright School provides some programmes such as Bright Learning Centre, Extended Classes (Math & Language), Taekwondo, and Glee Club. The programmes are held in the afternoon but with different days and time where Bright Learning Centre is on Monday and Wednesday which provides three classes. The class starts at 2 p.m to 4 p.m. Extended Classes is on Monday to Thursday starts at 12 p.m to 1 p.m but most of the students are from Bright School. The purpose of this class is to make students to know more about Montessori lesson in Math and Language. Taekwondo class is held only on Wednesday at 2 p.m to 3 p.m. Creative Computing class is available for primary and focus on making programs. The class starts at 2:30 p.m to 4:00 p.m
Curriculum for Early Childhood.
Montessori is an educational pedagogy that focuses on the individual child and his needs. The concepts behind the pedagogy were consolidated by Dr. Maria Montessori in the beginning of the 20th century. Her concepts in regards to teaching children based on their needs and personal interest lead to the Montessori educational method of today.
Overall, what makes this method of learning so different compared to the conventional form of education we have today, is that the teacher does not stand in front of the class and teach each child the same lesson all at once. Each child is allowed to learn at his own rhythm in a way where he feels as though he is in fact not learning or being taught.
Montessori called this way of teaching “preparing the child for success”. The teacher is there to guide the child through small Exercises in which the child will succeed. Through time, the Exercises rise in difficulty but because the progression is so well thought out, the child never feels as though learning is a struggle.
Curriculum for Primary.
In the Primary level, grade 1 to 6, Bright School uses the National Curriculum from Diknas integrated with the Montessori Method and Cambridge Curriculum to support English as the second language. The curriculum integration is part of the school improvement program.
The curriculum and its implementation is continuously assessed, reviewed, and upgraded after considering the need of the students while maintaining alignment with national and international current trends.