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Three New Pingu’s English Centres Open in Cyprus

Three New Pingu’s English Centres Open in Cyprus

Three new Pingu’s English centres have opened in Cyprus; in Latsia, Paphos and Stavrou area (Nicosia). Pingu’s English Cyprus is now operating 9 centres across Cyprus: two in Limassol, five in Nicosia, one in Larnaca and one in Paphos.

Marlene Flourentzou, owner of Pingu’s English in Latsia says: “we are very happy that we have become a member of the Pingu team. We are excited to be part of an international team that aims to offer English to very young learners using an interactive and highly entertaining method, thereby enabling them to start speaking English at a very young age”.

Melina Anastasiou, owner of Pingu’s English in Paphos adds: “we feel excited with our recent cooperation with Pingu’s English Cyprus, as we will be able to offer a truly unique English learning program to our community. Families in Paphos will have the opportunity to experience a different way of learning – the Pingu way”.

Simoni Efstathiou, owner of Pingu’s English in Stavrou area outlines: “we are excited to announce the establishment of our new Pingu’s English Centre Stavrou. Being in the education field for the past 10 years we are happy to be a part of the Pingu's experience and we are looking forward to a fruitful and creative collaboration”.

Demetris Panayi, director of Pingu’s English Cyprus states: “it is with our pleasure that we are announcing the opening of three new Pingu’s English Centres in Cyprus. Pingu’s English is already an established brand across the island; the addition of the three new centres makes our presence even stronger. We will now be able to operate to more areas and therefore to provide our fun and engaging program to even more families. Our aim, though, remains the same: to be able to serve every single family in Cyprus, by establishing even more Pingu’s English centres! We are super excited about our newest agreements and we are looking forward to welcoming even more children to our Pingu's English family!”

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