Pakistan National English School

Pakistan National English School (PNES) is a Pakistani international school system headquartered in Aden, Yemen. The system uses a British curriculum. Each school, in grades Kindergarten through 12, has between 200-300 students.[1] As of 2015 Abida Daud is the head of the system.[2]

The Aden school opened in 2013. Additional campuses opened in Taiz and Ibb. On June 1, 2014 the Hodeidah campus opened. The Mukalla campus was scheduled to open shortly afterwards.[1]

Several PNES teachers fled Yemen after the Yemeni Civil War of 2015 broke out.[2]

Later in 2015, after the war ended in Aden Ayesha Muhammad took the charge of school successfully. Currently this school has two branches, Head branch in Aden and another in Mukalla. Other branches got closed after war.


ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Ambassador of Pakistan Inaugurates Chain of Schools in Yemen" (Archive). National Yemen. June 1, 2014. Retrieved on September 28, 2015.
  2. ^ a b Iqbal, Amjad. "Teachers who escaped war in Yemen face uncertainty" (Archive). Dawn. April 6, 2015. Retrieved on September 29, 2015.