Our Pingu’s English team in Pakistan held its Kindergarten Graduation Ceremony in Karachi last week with more than 300 students collecting their diploma in front of over 1000 guests.
Over 40 teachers have been awarded appreciation certificates for all their hard work and dedication during this term.
Pingu’s English Pakistan team was also honored to host the Motivational speaker and CEO of the Teachers’ Development Centre, Mr. Abbas Husain, the Commissioner of Sindh HealthCare Commission, Dr. Khalid Hussain Sheik, and CEO at Pingu’s English Pakistan and Eureka Global Education, Mr. Kashif Memon.
Commenting on the grand event, Mr. Abbas Husain, said: “It is the most wonderful feeling in the world, knowing you have graduated at such a young age. I am happy to see such young graduates for the very first time in my life.”
The event was a rewarding experience for the children, who increased their self-confidence in front of such a large audience, and was enjoyed by their family, with more than 50 proud parents attending.
“Kids increase their self-esteem but also learn about transitions and completing the different milestones in life. Praising them for these achievements will encourage them to do their best throughout their educational journey. This ceremony meant the world to these kids and their parents. We are proud that Pingu’s English Pakistan has met their expectations and we are pleased about the trust parents give us every day when they hand their children to us,” said Muhammad Waqas, Head of Network.
One of the kindergarten’s team members, Ms. Tooba Waseem, shared her experience of working at the school:
“While Pingu’s English School has benefitted many of the students, we as team members have gained immense professional growth and learning through the positive environment that has been created by the already talented team that have encouraged and provided professional support. It gives us immense gratification to see kids grow through this unique international method. We are thankful to the entire team for making it such a wonderful learning experience.”
The team introduced the innovative Pingu’s English Kindergarten program in 2017, as soon as it was launched. The curriculum, which is one of the most comprehensive international programs for 3-6 years old and the first to have day-by-day lesson plans for teachers and an award-winning TV character, has been welcomed by the parents and kids.
The international kindergarten program has reached over nine countries worldwide already, including Pakistan, Myanmar, Cambodia, Palestine, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and it will be launched also in Italy, Malaysia and Thailand by this year.
Children not only learn important life skills by playing, but also do it in a full English-speaking environment, while also learning important life skills.
Pingu’s English Pakistan team has already opened six kindergartens in the country and is planning to extend the offer in new cities over the next few months.
We at Pingu’s English Headquarters UK wish them all the best in their future endeavours!