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The inaugural meeting of the first Cambridge School Community in Sri Lanka provided a reflective space where participants and Cambridge staff could collaborate, generate ideas and share information. It also strengthened relationships between Cambridge schools and the Cambridge team in Sri Lanka.
At the June meeting, the British School in Colombo welcomed 39 delegates from 12 schools.
Mrs Amina Zuhair, Headmistress of Ilma International Girls’ School, said: 'The Cambridge community meeting created an excellent platform for teachers to understand that we are not alone and that problems we face are common, and can be solved in many different ways.
'I shared the challenges I face as an English language teacher at my school, and I discovered that many others face the same challenges. Together, we were able to start thinking about ways of overcoming these challenges.
'I would like to thank Cambridge Assessment International Education and the British School for initiating and hosting this inaugural meeting. We look forward to sharing knowledge, experiences and possible solutions at many more meetings of this nature in the future.'