During the recent Partners’ International Conference 2017, Pingu’s English presented the revolutionary and innovative International Kindergarten Curriculum, in collaboration with Kingston University, London.
Over 50 high investors from 20 countries participated in the Master Franchisees Conference held in Dubai, at the highest hotel in the world, the JW MARRIOTT MARQUIS, to highlight the importance of the best and first kindergarten curriculum to have day-by-day planned lessons and materials for three years.
The conference also heard from Marcus Bhargava, Head of School of Education at Kingston University, London. “Being a top university in the UK for Early Years, we were the natural choice for Pingu’s English to collaborate with. We chose them because of the well-known worldwide brand, their well-established pedagogic principles, and their desire to be an innovative, ground-breaking company in the international kindergarten sector.”
As part of Pingu’s English philosophy, all areas of learning and development are equally important and interconnected. Central to the core values throughout the curriculum is a respect for children, parents, care-givers, colleagues, the community, the setting and the environment.
Mr. Bhargava also highlighted “At the heart of children’s lives everywhere is the right to play and the right to be heard (United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, Article 12, 1989). That is why we are proud to cooperate with Pingu’s English by presenting an Interactive, Play-Based Learning and Child Orientated Kindergarten curriculum to the world.”
The development team researched pedagogy from Reggio Emilia, the UK Early Years Foundation stage, Montessori and a range of other international curricula, but what makes our approach unique is that is the only international curriculum in English, developing bilingualism at the earliest possible age
Emma Smith, Kindergarten Project Manager at Pingu’s English, explained that the holistic nature of the curriculum allows us to offer the widest possible range of learning opportunities which are exactly suited to the way in which children at this age learn. Indeed, the use of the popular character Pingu helps children to engage with their learning journey and interact with in a truly dynamic learning environment.
The International Kindergarten Curriculum creates students who are ready to start school, engaged with the world around them and speaking English fluently.
Emma Smith, Kindergarten Project Manager at Pingu’s English.
Derek Price, CEO at Linguaphone Group, commented “Many exciting new Pingu’s English educational programs are under development such as Level 4 for Pingu’s English ELT and other exciting innovative programs for kids.
We intend to continue leading the way in innovative educational programs for children, taking into account different socio-economic groups in the countries we serve.”
To learn more about International Kindergarten opportunities, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org