Team sports offer more than just physical benefits for children that participate, it helps them emotionally and mentally. Also, a few other benefits are: develops self-esteem, regular exercise, teaches leadership skills, teamwork, stronger relationships to become better communicators, teaches respect, and time management. Bright School regularly creates events that boost students’ social skill. Sports Day does the best with them. … Read More
“Look at the mortgage crisis and how many families lost their homes — 3.9 million foreclosures. Look at the amount of money — $1.1 trillion — we owe in student loan debt. The amount —$845 billion — we owe in credit card debt. It’s pretty clear that adults don’t know much about money. To help the next generation avoid the … Read More
The purpose and aim of Practical Life is to help the child gain control in the coordination of his movement, and help the child to gain independence and adapt to his society. It is therefore important to “Teach teaching, not correcting” (Montessori) in order to allow the child to be a fully functional member in his own society. Practical Life … Read More
On February 1st, our Chinese New Year celebration, the year of the Pig, culminated in a wonderful performance by students at Bright School. Pupils from Bright School enjoyed singing and dancing in front of others and showed good coordination and team work in their traditional Chinese garments. Here are some actions shots from their performances… enjoy!
Bright Learning Center: What’s in it for me? The learnings that kids get inside the four cor- ners of the classroom might not just be sufficient to maximize their full potentials. In BLC, kids get a chance to explore new interests that are not part of the regular school curric- ulum. The students can choose between various skill-centered courses and … Read More