Go to our other sites
Cambridge Assessment International Education
Find out how to become a Cambridge school.
Programmes & qualifications
Cambridge Professional Development Qualifications provide a strong framework to support effective professional development of teachers and leaders.
I want to
Use the Resource Centre to search for support materials and resources.
News & blog
Cambridge Outlook magazine
Keep up to date with news from Cambridge and its schools around the world.
Teaching & learning
RSS stands for "Rich Site Summary". RSS is based on XML which facilitates the sharing of content such as news items between different web sites.
RSS news feeds allow you to see when your favourite websites have added new content. You can access the latest key information (like news headlines and summaries) in one place, as soon as they are published, without having to visit the websites you have taken the feed from. The end result is faster access to the most important information you need, using one consistent layout instead of many different website interfaces.
If you would like to subscribe to Cambridge Assessment International Education news feeds, the first thing you will need a RSS news reader. Numerous RSS readers are available to download for all desktop and mobile platforms, along with the following web browsers:
By clicking on the RSS icon or an associated link within our site, you will be able to subscribe to our feeds.
Older browsers like Internet Explorer 6 may display the source code for the RSS feed only. We recommend you upgrade to the latest version of your browser, or RSS reader software if this occurs.
If you manage your own website, you can use RSS to publish content like news headlines from external websites on your site. We would encourage you to include Cambridge feeds on your site. However, please make sure that you do not use any Cambridge logos and that you use "Cambridge News" as attribution text. We reserve the right to prevent the distribution of Cambridge news content and do not accept any liability for its feeds.