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The oldest private school in Iceland has become the country’s first Cambridge school. Landakotsskóli, established in 1897, now offers Cambridge IGCSEs to 30 students representing 14 nationalities.
A record number of Cambridge exams were taken in North America in 2015/16. The total number of Cambridge schools in North America has grown by 11 per cent to date in the last year. The total number of schools administering the Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) program jumped 22 per cent in the same period.
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge visited Podar International School – a Cambridge school in Santacruz, Mumbai – on 14 September 2016 as part of his six-day visit to India.
An independent study by UK NARIC, the UK’s national agency for the recognition and comparison of international qualifications and skills, has found Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International AS & A Level to be “globally relevant and robust qualifications” comparable to those taken by students in UK schools.
At the end of last year, we appointed our first ever Cambridge representative in Brazil. It’s a sign of the rising demand for Cambridge across Latin America. Here, our Regional Director Latin America, Richard Gilby, describes how we are working with new Cambridge Associates to increase access to Cambridge programmes in the region.
This month our Chief Executive, Michael O'Sullivan, signed a memorandum of understanding with the French Ministry of Education. The agreement will see Cambridge International Examinations continue to work closely with the French government on the development of the British version of the International Option of the Baccalauréat, the OIB.
Enrichment Professional Development is a new type of training from Cambridge that is designed to transform classroom practice. The learning is focused on skills, understanding, concepts and ideas in teaching and learning, and teachers are encouraged to reflect on, and become more innovative in their teaching.
After a five-year gap, Ecole Francaise in Kano, Nigeria, has reintroduced Cambridge Primary in order to maintain – and improve – the school’s international status. Headmistress Mme Jihanne Dib has successfully realigned the school curriculum to the Cambridge Primary programme.
Delegate feedback was overwhelmingly positive for the first of this year’s Cambridge Schools Conferences, held in Johannesburg in April 2016.
Five students from Chengelo School in Mkushi, Zambia have received Cambridge ‘Top in the World’ awards after scoring the highest standard mark in the world for a single subject in the November 2015 Cambridge exam session