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This month our Chief Executive, Michael O'Sullivan, signed a memorandum of understanding with the French Ministry of Education. The agreement will see Cambridge International Examinations continue to work closely with the French government on the development of the British version of the International Option of the Baccalauréat, the OIB.
Enrichment Professional Development is a new type of training from Cambridge that is designed to transform classroom practice. The learning is focused on skills, understanding, concepts and ideas in teaching and learning, and teachers are encouraged to reflect on, and become more innovative in their teaching.
21 Jun 2016
After a five-year gap, Ecole Francaise in Kano, Nigeria, has reintroduced Cambridge Primary in order to maintain – and improve – the school’s international status. Headmistress Mme Jihanne Dib has successfully realigned the school curriculum to the Cambridge Primary programme.
Delegate feedback was overwhelmingly positive for the first of this year’s Cambridge Schools Conferences, held in Johannesburg in April 2016.
Five students from Chengelo School in Mkushi, Zambia have received Cambridge ‘Top in the World’ awards after scoring the highest standard mark in the world for a single subject in the November 2015 Cambridge exam session
Budhanilkantha School, a selective Ministry school in Nepal, has offered Cambridge qualifications since 1985. We asked Principal Keshar Khulal, a former Budhanilkantha student, how Cambridge International AS & A Levels have benefitted his students. Here are excerpts from the interview.
One whirlwind week in June saw Michael O’Sullivan, Chief Executive of Cambridge International Examinations, take a tour of China to visit Cambridge schools and Cambridge Associates.
Around 20 school leaders attended our first event for Principals in Germany in May.
More than 1000 teachers, principals, administrators and education leaders attended Cambridge-led sessions at the National Conference on Magnet Schools in the US recently to hear how Cambridge programmes have transformed education in Miami-Dade schools.
We offered over 430 teachers across the Middle East the opportunity to improve their skills at Cambridge Global Learners events last month. The roadshows took place between 17 and 24 April in the UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain and Egypt.