KIDS KINGDOM RECEIVES INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION
8/16/2011 Fort Lauderdale, USA – Kids Kingdom International Kindergarten was awarded IPC franchise status in the year 2011. The International Preschool Curriculum is the largest international association for preschools and is widely acclaimed for its researched based curriculum and teacher training.
Kids Kingdom International Kindergarten was established in Bangkok, in the Central area of Sukhumvit (Soi 47) and will serve young learners aged from 18 months to 6 years old. The school boasts of great facilities like: Large, fenced Playground covered with seamless rubber, slides and swings, cycling track and a big sand pit; Well-equipped and spacious Classrooms, Modern teaching resources, Library & Media Center, Lunch Area, Indoor Pool, Multi-Purpose Room for gym, yoga, ballet and dance, Art Workshop Room, Thai Culture Room, First Aid Room.
Kids Kingdom International Kindergarten fully recognizes the growing trend and desire for international education, particularly where a school has the backing of an internationally renowned organization. As an IPC franchise, the school and its teachers will be receiving ongoing teacher training and support through the IPC College of Teaching and rigorous consultancy. Peter de Beer, executive director of IPC stated: “We are extremely proud to have Kids Kingdom International Kindergarten as our flagship school in Thailand. The Director, Lily Narula and her team have gone through tremendous lengths to demonstrate that they meet our standards and we are confident that the owners are dedicated to educational development”.
For more information or to schedule a visit at Kids Kingdom International Kindergarten, please contact Lily Narula at 02 258 7242 or email to email@example.com
The International Preschool Curriculum (IPC) was founded to strengthen and harmonize early childhood education standards. As a professional association that directly serves schools, learners, parents and governments, the IPC offers a unique set of products and services that promote active learning and effective practices in teaching. The IPC enjoys global recognition and works closely with governments to amend curricula materials if required to ensure local standard compliance.