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Welcome to our Communications toolkit, full of materials to help your school explain the Cambridge Pathway to parents, students and other audiences.
You can download the logo for use on your marketing materials from the Logos section of the Communications toolkit. Remember to read and comply with the guidelines on using the logo.
Use our factsheets to give parents an overview of Cambridge Pathway for students aged 5 to 19.
This series of presentations will help schools explain the features of Cambridge Pathway to parents. They can be used at parent evenings and open days.
Download copies of our posters for display in classrooms, reception areas and at parent evenings and open days.
Our videos cover a wide range of topics and are designed to help students, parents and teachers.
Access Cambridge International logos for use in digital and printed media via our password protected site.
Our image bank contains high quality photos of famous landmarks from Cambridge, UK. They are perfect for use in presentations and other documents.
Use our event banner artwork to promote your association with Cambridge International at events.
Adapt these template press releases to generate local media coverage about a new affiliation with Cambridge International.
Registered Cambridge schools can access versions of our logo for use in their own communications, such as brochures, advertisements and posters via the link below. Please read our logo guidelines for instructions about how to use our logo.
We have made two versions of the artwork available - one without print lines for in-house printing, and a second ‘print ready’ version for an external supplier to produce the material. If your school would like to use a professional printer to produce the materials, please download the print ready files.