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We believe one of the benefits of being a Cambridge school is belonging to a worldwide education community. We use feedback from our school community to help us improve what we do.
We support Cambridge schools to set up their own local community of schools, run by schools for schools. They work together to exchange ideas, and to share knowledge and best practice in areas such as school leadership, curriculum planning, professional development and teaching.
We support professional learning communities which connect teachers around the world so they can share views, information and resources, and learn from one another. Some of these communities are online.
The partner schools orientation is designed to give schools a better understanding of the British Council and the Partner School Global Network offer.
The orientation usually covers the following elements:
To arrange your partner schools orientation, contact your local British Council exams team.
Principals in partner schools are given the opportunity to take part in a UK Study Tour including visits to UK schools, the Bett educational technology conference, Cambridge Assessment International Education and the British Council in London.
Students from British Council partner schools take part in an annual video making competition. The competition emphasises the cross-curricular aspects of the subject (geography, science, Global Perspectives etc.) and the core skills the students develop through participating. The competition winners attend a week-long course in the UK
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