It’s because of achievements like this that when approached by Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Early Years’ office, Leeds City Council had no difficulty in recommending Bright Beginnings as the Centre of choice for her visit to Leeds. Therefore during her summer 2019 guest speaker visit to an early years conference held in the city, she made a special stop at the Centre to meet the staff and children and visit Bright Beginnings’ wonderful facility.
Bright Beginnings offers a beautifully diverse and welcoming environment with highly trained, wonderfully passionate members of staff, wholly committed to the care, education and welfare of young children. The Centre’s investment in its staff is really something that sets it apart from other providers, ensuring Bright Beginnings is leading the way with current and forward thinking practices. Bright Beginnings uses the expertise at its disposal within the University to broaden its experiences and those of the children, and happily facilitate research projects - leading the way for future best practice and idea sharing.
The benefit of sending a child to Bright Beginnings is seen in the opportunities each child receives, the great start each child has in preparation for their school journey, and the continuing investment made into experiences for each child.
Find out more on the Bright Beginnings website.