DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, April 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The International Preschool Curriculum (IPC®) and AIM Middle East, the exclusive licensee for IPC in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, are pleased to welcome Little Smarties Preschool, Jeddah to the IPC family of preschools.
Maliha Ahad (Director, AIM Middle East) said, "As our first IPC preschool in Saudi Arabia, we are pleased to be working with the team at Little Smarties, Jeddah to ensure that they are providing the best global standards in early childhood education."
Little Smarties Preschool, Jeddah started in 2010 and has a special child-centred approach which will feed children's developing skills and interests at the right times and help them to become confident, capable and in control of their world.
The owners of Little Smarties, Noha Badkook and Aisha Banaja, are a dynamic female duo committed to providing the best in preschool education to their community. This is what they had to say, "We are very excited about Little Smarties being the first IPC preschool in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Parents will realize significant benefits as their young children excel in language and cognitive learning, curiosity, decision-making, cooperation and problem solving. Our aim is to provide all what they need to build fundamental skills that help to determine success in adult life. This will surely be achieved with IPC programs."
We would like to welcome the students, parents and staff of Little Smarties to the fast-growing IPC family in the Middle East.
For more information about IPC Middle East, please visit: www.ipcmiddleeast.com.
About the IPC
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.
Headquartered in the United States, the IPC's objective and research based curriculum meets the standards set by state departments and accreditation organizations. The IPC is internationally recognized and works closely with governments to amend curricula materials if required to ensure local compliance.
With the assistance of an advisory committee, which consists of peers, consultants and academics, the IPC ensures that its curriculum maintains its rigor and quality. The IPC also offers an extensive teacher training program; the 6-month certificate course reinforces essential teaching skills and establishes a minimum standard for teaching practices in IPC schools.
The IPC also offers practical guides, consultancy guidance, marketing assistance and PR services for all authorized schools. In order to become an IPC authorized school, your school must be willing to adhere to the IPC's Code of Ethical Conduct, Marketing Code and be in compliance with all local requirements.
To learn more about International Preschool Curriculum, please visit www.ipc.education or follow the IPC at www.facebook.com/internationalpreschoolcurriculum
SOURCE International Preschool Curriculum