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Canada Day and graduation of kindergarten students at Learning Jungle International School

On June 24, Learning Jungle International School organised a graduation ceremony and celebrated the 150th Anniversary of Canada’s National Day at Raffles Le Royal Hotel. The event presided over by Mr. Francis Huot, head of the Office Of the Canadian Embassy in Cambodia, accompanied by H.E Kim Sethany, Secretary of State of Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, and Mr. Ly Virak, Chairman of Learning Jungle International School. The event includes the graduation ceremony of the Kindergarten students and students' performances showing their competence in English literacy, Arts and Music. The event gathers the parents together to witness and congratulated the immense success of their children in the kindergarten program. The parents are also gathered to cheer for the special performances of their children to celebrate the 150th Canada Day. In addition, Learning Jungle school has donated more than $15,000 to the hospital and is determined to raise more funds in the upcoming years. The certificate issued by learning jungle Cambodia is recognized by both learning Jungle Canada and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport of Cambodia. Learning Jungle has undoubtedly escalated its capacity so far and will continue to grow in the future. Mr. Ly Virak, who brought the Learning Jungle Franchise to Cambodia, is determined to partner Learning Jungle with other international privilege universities for the opportunity of students to continue the study abroad. Photos by Hong Menea

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