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Education leaders and experts from around the world gathered in Cape Town, South Africa, to discuss the importance of creating a successful school environment at a recent Cambridge Schools Conference.
Through key note speeches, workshops and discussion groups, delegates explored how school leaders and teachers can create the right conditions for success.
Topics covered during the conference included how teachers can create the right conditions in their classrooms, neurological and psychological learning factors and overcoming barriers to learning.
Juan Visser, Cambridge International’s Regional Director for Sub-Saharan Africa, said: 'It has been a privilege to host the global Cambridge Schools Conference here in South Africa for the second time.
'I am extremely pleased to see so many school leaders attend from across Sub-Saharan Africa and around the world.
'It has been a great opportunity for those attending to learn from some inspirational academic leaders and they can confidently take this learning back to their schools to further enhance the great work they are doing there for their students and colleagues.'