Just off High Street Road, our purpose-built centre is conveniently located a stone’s throw away from the heart of Glen Waverley, between Springvale Road and the Eastern Freeway.
We are also blessed to be next to the Napier Reserve Park with plenty of surrounding natural greenery & fresh air. A weekly Bush Kinder program is carried out with our three to five years old.
With six unique and age-appropriate designed programs, this centre accommodates children from six weeks of age to five years old, as well as those moving onto formal schooling.
At Bright Early Learning Centre, we want to make it a home away from home for your child. And like any home, it is the people who make it feel safe and welcoming. That is why our educators play a vital role with their passion for children and community.
Come and meet our educators who are part of the Bright ELC Glen Waverley family.
With a Master’s in Early Years and Primary Education, a major in English literature and linguistics, Daphne is responsible for preparing children for their schooling years ahead. She is currently leading the Sunshine Room as the kindergarten teacher.
For Stephanie, her work at Bright ELC presents her with the right opportunity to merge two of her passions; working with children and music. With a diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care, she aims to enhance children’s learning through music, song and movement.
From interior design to early childhood educator, Sara brings creative spark to Bright ELC in implementing the toddlers programme and Arts & Craft extracurricular activities. With experience in working with children of all ages for the past six years, Sara is passionate about guiding every child’s growth with love, care, support, and learning.
After a career in the IT sector, Manas took on a new challenge of becoming an Early Childhood Educator. Upon acquiring her diploma in Early Childhood Education, she specialised in being a carer for toddlers aged six weeks to two years old over the last three and a half years. Being a mother of two, Manas believes in helping children develop their cognitive, physical, and social skills by providing a nurturing environment.
Understanding a child’s needs and creating a healthy environment of care, support, and belonging is key to their healthy development. Dilhani applies her Early Childhood Educator training toward fostering a positive relationship with every child’s parents to create an effective educational program.
Though currently in the process of obtaining her Bachelor’s of Education in Early Years and Primary, Reesan has been working in the Australian childcare sector for the past two years. As an educator, she works towards creating a safe and nurturing environment at Bright ELC for all children to thrive.
A diploma holder in childcare from Best Chance Training and mother of two, Lucy has practical knowledge in guiding childhood development. As an assistant educator of Starbucks Senior program, she hopes to encourage every child to actively explore their environment and develop trusting relationships.
An experienced motivational coach for children aged 6 to 18 in Malaysia, Angeline Tay brings her experience and understanding of children to Bright while completing her Master’s in Teaching Early Years and Primary. She believes in realising the full potential of each child by nurturing their individuality.
Glen Waverley Centre Fee Schedule
|Under 3 years old||3 years old & above|
|Full Time (5 days)||$660 weekly||$640 weekly|
|Part Time (4 days and below)||$135 daily||$130 daily|