SAUDI ARABIA

Science-focused forum for Cambridge primary learners

May 01, 2018
The forum included workshops by expert teachers and showcased success stories using their ability to motivate and communicate effectively with the audience. — Courtesy photo
The forum included workshops by expert teachers and showcased success stories using their ability to motivate and communicate effectively with the audience. — Courtesy photo

Saudi Gazette report

JEDDAH
— Cambridge Assessment International Education organized a forum with a focus on the importance of science outside classrooms and its impact on the future of education.

Highlighting the role of science in everyday life, the forum conducted workshops on various science-related subjects, including practical team activities. Under the theme ‘Growing mind-sets for future success’, the forum provided learners with skills and ideas that relate science to everyday life outside classrooms and aimed to support them in their overall education and learning journey.

Held at Waad Academy in Jeddah, the forum included workshops by expert teachers and showcased success stories using their ability to motivate and communicate effectively with the audience. The students also took part in different engaging workshops throughout the day.

Waseem Al-Hanbali, regional director of Middle East & North Africa, at Cambridge Assessment International Education, said: “Cambridge programs and qualifications are carefully designed to engage learners and give them a solid foundation to achieve high levels of academic and personal attainment. This forum provided an emphasis on the importance of Science not only in the classroom but in everyday life, through personal workshops and team activities for attending students.”

The forum was attended by over 80 Cambridge primary learners form different international schools in the Western Region.


May 01, 2018
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