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Cambridge schools in Egypt have been busy holding ceremonies to celebrate their learners’ success in Cambridge Checkpoint tests. Sixty-four schools have held Cambridge Primary ceremonies, and 49 have held Cambridge Lower Secondary ceremonies, celebrating 2606 students and 1838 students, respectively.
Maye El Haddad, Cambridge International’s Country Director in Egypt, said the ceremonies have been a resounding success: 'The Cambridge Primary and Lower Secondary Checkpoint ceremonies we have experienced in Egypt have impressed our hearts. Every event is an incredible show of reverence, and they are an excellent opportunity to bring everyone together.'
Maye’s comment highlights the importance of these ceremonies in building a sense of community among schools, parents and students. The ceremonies celebrate academic achievements and create a space for meaningful engagement and dialogue.
If your school would like to celebrate your students’ success at the end of Cambridge Primary and Lower Secondary Checkpoint, our guides and resources can help you organise and host your school ceremony, whether virtual or in person.