We are particularly proud of the work we do in education—last year we visited a huge number of schools in different parts of the country, going round to talk to children and young people aged from five to eighteen.
adj. to do sb proud：款待某人；给某人荣誉；替某人增光
They did us proud at the hotel.
His honesty did him proud.
This must have been one of the proudest moments of his busy and hard working life.
a proud moment
We are a proud people. We are not used to begging or taking things.
I'm now the proud owner of a brand-new car.
the proud father of a 5-month-old baby son
Her parents are proud of her.
Their country should be proud of them.
He was proud of the finished painting.
He was proud of her success.
He was proud to call himself Scottish.
Elizabeth was proud to be able to put the letters PhD after her name.
They are proud that she is doing well at school.
She was said to be proud and arrogant.
She was too proud to apologize.