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  • IPC Status

  • Hours of Operation

    Mondays- Fridays 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
  • Ages

    2-5 years old

  • Amenities

    Preschool Program for ages 2-5 years old

  • Established

    1 January, 2005

BridgingHomes Learning Center Inc.

A little place built for early childhood learners ages two to five years old that adheres to the belief of progressive approach thus learners are active participants, problem solver and planners. Teachers acts as facilitator and they guide these learners to foster thinking skills necessary for independence and survival as vital part of the community, which is an extension of the classroom.

Learning is spiral, with depth and breadth goals based on developmentally appropriate program. More so, knowledge is derived from play, direct experience, and social interaction. An instruction is often related to central questions and facilitates inquiry, which is often generated by the children’s age appropriate interests in which skills are related to content and are viewed as tools.

Assessments is benchmarked, progress-oriented and in many forms (both standardized & non-standardized methods). Thus, each learner’s success is determined through application over time to achieve generalization of learning. Intelligence is recognized as varied which includes arts, kinesthetic, music, sensory experiences thus measured in real-life problem solving activities. This is made successful with the collaboration of parents as the primary teachers, goal setters and planners together with the teachers & other professionals working together in achieving an end goal that school is challenging yet a FUN part of life.


We believe in the PROGRESSIVE METHOD

  • Emphasis on learning by doing – HANDS-ON projects & EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
  • Integrated curriculum focused on THEMATIC UNITS
  • Development of SOCIAL SKILLS
  • Understanding & action as the goals of learning as opposed to rote knowledge
  • Collaborative learning projects
  • Emphasis on LIFE-LONG learning
  • De-emphasis on textbooks in favor of varied learning resources
  • Selection of subject content by looking forward to ask what skills will be needed in future society

We use PLAY as one of the medium for learning which is considered to be a POWERFUL information-seeking behavior.


  • Focused on the student’s needs, abilities, interests, and learning styles
  • A structure would be created with multiple opportunities for learning to take place while building familiar routine but remains flexible to meet the needs of the day

Our Major Theme is to make learning meaningful for individual child that respects both the age and its individual needs.



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