Children need a daily routine and sequence of activities at school. As BrightKids although we enjoy to differentiate our program and activities every day, we do follow the same routines and sequence of the day. Accordingly, no two days are the same in our school and our rich daily program and activities flow harmoniously.
No two days are the same in our school thanks to the variety of our daily program and activities. Children need a daily routine and sequence of activities though.
Parent Drop Off and Breakfast Time
Drop off is where the children transition to the school atmosphere. They join the teachers and have breakfast together.
09:30 – 10:00
Circle Time is where the kids get to say an official “Good Morning!” to their friends and their teachers. They learn new and exciting stuff, sing songs, look at the days of the week and the calendar, find out about the weather and much more…
10:00 – 12:00
Daily Activity, Outdoor Play and Sports
This is when our unique curriculum takes over. Some of the activities embedded in our curriculum are Creative Drama, TouchMath, Arts & Crafts, Fun Science, Reading & Writing Readiness, Story Telling, Cook Time, Thinking Skills and more. These activities are based on the theme of the week. We keep parents updated on the weekly themes at the beginning of each month.
12:00 – 13:00
Lunch / Potty Walk
After burning all of that energy, it’s time to replenish and clean up.
13:00 – 14:30
Now that the kids have had a full morning of fun activities, it’s time to rest. (For only those who still need to sleep)
14:30 – 15:00
Wake Up /Afternoon Snack
It’s time to get up and get all cleaned up for the second part of the day and our afternoon snack.
15:00 – 16:00
The kids will continue their daily activities and Outdoor/Indoor Play.
16:00 – 17:00
Parent Pick Up / Music / Free Play / Playground
While parents are arriving to pick up the children, it’s time to have fun, play outside and perhaps do some dancing. We’ll play with blocks, read books, draw or colour and just simply explore things freely.