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Delegates at our two recent Cambridge Principals Forums in Zimbabwe were excited to be part of another Cambridge event aimed at supporting them in delivering Cambridge programmes in their schools.
The forums were held at Arundel School, Harare and Girls College, Bulawayo on 31 July and 2 August respectively, and were attended by 80 principals, teachers and heads of departments.
Mark Barber, Cambridge Senior Manager, Southern Africa gave a presentation on new developments to Cambridge programmes and qualifications, and reminded delegates about the range of teacher support resources and platforms available to them.
Joleen Rugg, Cambridge Recognitions Manager, spoke about changes to the rules for matriculation exemption for access to universities in South Africa, and how to access universities and further education globally.
Rima Trew, Careers Counsellor at Hellenic Academy said: 'It's always good to hear about new developments, and Cambridge makes sure that they keep us updated on a regular basis. I was particularly pleased by the presentation about Universities South Africa as I am the Careers/University Counsellor at my school and I really need to be able to give my students the best advice.'