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The recent Cambridge Principals Forum in Pakistan took place in three cities simultaneously.
Following a highly successful year for schools in Spain, Cambridge International Examinations celebrated the 2014-15 Cambridge Outstanding Learner Awards with a presentation to schools in Spain at the annual NABSS (National Association of British Schools in Spain) conference in Madrid on 3 to 6 March 2016.
We're making it easier for schools to explain the values and benefits of a Cambridge education to students and their parents.
New Zealand’s Principals, school leaders, teachers, parents and students converged on Auckland on 18 February 2016 to celebrate the exceptional achievements of learners at the annual Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards.
25 Feb 2016
More than 100 students and teachers came together at an event in Phoenix, Arizona on 10 February 2016 to celebrate five years of the ‘Move On When Ready’ programme. This high school initiative, which incorporates Cambridge IGCSE, is having great success in preparing students for college-level study.
When a school introduces the Cambridge curriculum it can involve a shift in teaching approach. We spoke to Alliance World School in Noida, India, to find out how they supported – and continue to support – their teachers in delivering Cambridge programmes.
On 18 January 2016, Keith Lucey joined us as our new Manager for Northeast USA. He is based in our New York office and joins our wider North America team, reporting to Regional Director Mark Cavone.
When Mheirik Del Mundo, a Cambridge student at GEMS Westminster School in Dubai, was diagnosed with Guillain Barré Syndrome last year, it seemed like his education would be derailed. The rare condition left him bedridden and unable to attend classes.
18 Jan 2016
Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards are currently being distributed to students all over the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to recognise their achievements in our 2015 exam series. Over 500 outstanding learners from the region will receive awards for their exceptional performance in Cambridge exams.
“Cambridge Global Perspectives was an engaging course that encouraged us to consider how various perspectives shape social conditions and our mind-sets,” says Megha Nanaki Parwani (pictured), the June 2015 Cambridge ‘Top in the World’ award winner for Global Perspectives and student at United World College South East Asia (East campus) Singapore.