Pingu’s English, the famous English school for kids based on the popular cartoon character, are now spreading their proven methods worldwide with a planned expansion in the Middle East, partnering with Tatweer Academy.
Tatweer Academy is an Iraq-based training and education company, with over twelve years of experience in the market, and offices in Basra, Baghdad and Erbil.
Delivering training programs that include Direct English, IT, administration and engineering, Tatweer are now looking to capitalise on the growing English International school business for kids.
Pingu’s English Iraq is going to launch its first international school for kids in Basra in early 2019.
Building on the success of the company’s international kindergarten launched in Dubai in November 2017, Pingu’s English is proud to present a new Innovative product that will be the first one of such calibre to operate in Iraq.
Parents now have a deep understanding of why English is important for their kids’ future.
Local companies are increasingly pushing for entry into global markets and will require English competency, therefore there will be a huge demand for English speakers in Iraq in both the medium and long term.
Iraqi parents are forking out $1,500 a term to send their children to private schools in the hopes of giving them a better future.
During the three years of Pingu’s English programs, Iraqi children will be in a fully English speaking environment to ensure they develop the four key language skills: speaking, listening, writing and reading.
Students in Iraq begin the school year in September and end in June of the following year. The Iraqi educational system is largely influenced by Western educational systems.
Therefore, the international curricula of a UK based company with over 115 years of heritage are a great fit to meet the market’s need.
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