At Brightly Early Learning, we believe in creating a nurturing environment for children to learn, play and grow. We understand that each child is unique and has different skills and capabilities, therefore we identify where each child is at and work with them to develop their social and emotional skills, their value system, their teamwork abilities and their play skills so that they are equipped for the school years.

We envisage our children to be able to realise their full potential, develop self-confidence, and be up for any challenges that come their way.

Our program and daily practices abide by the Early Years Learning Framework & the National Quality Standards. We therefore aim to:

  • Have personalised, and genuine associations with families to work together in laying a strong foundation of a child’s life
  • Provide safe, secure, respectful and reciprocal relationships
  • Understand the uniqueness of each child, and working together accordingly
  • Pay close attention to holistic aspects of early learning – social, emotional or physical wellbeing
  • Be responsive to identifying every child’s strengths, interests and abilities.
  • Develop a sense of understanding and respect of different cultures, histories, languages, and traditions
  • Set a benchmark for better performance, achievement and learning for each child
  • Ensure our educators are continuously up to date with the knowledge on child behaviour and development
  • Ensure safe and supportive learning environments
  • Promote engaging ways of learning through play
  • Impart engaging information and knowledge
  • Provide thoughtful, purposeful and developmentally appropriate teaching moments.
    Promote a greater understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ways of life and culture
  • Assess and evaluate each child’s learning process. This begins with understanding them as individuals, setting learning goals, documenting progress and assessment based on specific learning outcomes. These outcomes have been set by the Early Years Learning Framework and can be defined as:
    1. Children have built a strong sense of identity
    2. Children are connected with and contribute to their world
    3. Children have a strong sense of wellbeing
    4. Children are confident and are involved learners
    5. Children are effective in communications