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Acceptance by SA Universities

All universities across South Africa now recognize Cambridge qualifications!

ACESA represents a united voice, on behalf of member schools, to Cambridge International Examinations.

We aim to assist Principals, Schools and Educators to offer Cambridge Qualifications in a Southern African context.

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13Jun
01Jul

ACESA Teacher Training 2022 – English and Afrikaans

01 Jul, 2022 — 13 Jun, 2022 (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest    6 Langeberg Road, Durbanville Durbanville Cape Town South Africa
Event summary
The Accredited Cambridge Educators of Southern Africa (ACESA) will be hosting training for English and Afrikaans at the IGCSE, AS and A Level.
Event details

English and Afrikaans at IGCSE, AS & A Level
Date: 1 July 2022
Venue: El Shaddai Christian School
6 Langeberg Road
Durbanville
Cape Town
7550
Cost: R200pp for ACESA member schools
R800pp for non-members
Invoices will be sent to schools prior to the training. All invoices must be paid by the 20 June 2022. No cash will be accepted on the day of training.
If you would like to join our experienced team for these informative sessions, please follow the link below and fill out your details by 15 June 2022:
Link: ACESA Language Training
 

  • Time
    01 Jul, 2022 — 13 Jun, 2022
    (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest
  • Location

    6 Langeberg Road, Durbanville Durbanville Cape Town South Africa

13Jun
25Jun

ACESA Teacher Training 2022 – Chemistry, Physics & Mathematics

25 Jun, 2022 — 13 Jun, 2022 (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest    Republic Road and Vosloo Street, Windsor Glen, Randburg Johannesburg Gauteng South Africa
Event summary
The Accredited Cambridge Educators of Southern Africa (ACESA) will be hosting training for Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics at the Advanced Subsidiary (AS) Level.
Event details

The Accredited Cambridge Educators of Southern Africa (ACESA) will be hosting training for Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics at the Advanced Subsidiary (AS) Level.

Please see details below:
Subject: Chemistry & Physics (AS Level)
Date: 25 June 2022
Venue: Andrews Academy
Republic Road & Vosloo Street
Windsor Glen
Randburg
2194
Cost: R200pp for ACESA member schools
R800pp for non-members
Invoices will be sent to schools prior to the training. All invoices must be paid by the 20 June 2022. No cash will be accepted on the day of training.
Please note that due to space constraints associated with the subjects, Chemistry participants are limited to 25 attendees and Physics participants are limited to 40 attendees.
Subject: Mathematics (AS Level)
Date: 27 & 28 June 2022 (3 – 5 pm)
Venue: Online (Microsoft Teams)
Cost: R200pp for ACESA member schools
R800pp for non-members
Invoices will be sent to schools prior to the training. All invoices must be paid by 20 June 2022. No cash will be accepted on the day of training.
If you would like to join our experienced team for these informative sessions, please follow the link below and fill out your details by 10 June 2022:
Link: ACESA Training
Yours faithfully

  • Time
    25 Jun, 2022 — 13 Jun, 2022
    (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest
  • Location

    Republic Road and Vosloo Street, Windsor Glen, Randburg Johannesburg Gauteng South Africa

04Mar
04Mar

ACESA AGM MEETING 2022

04 Mar, 2022 — 04 Mar, 2022 (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest   
Event summary
ACESA AGM METING 2022
Event details

                                   

Association of Cambridge Educators in

Southern Africa 

 

INVITATION TO THE PRINCIPALS’ FORUM & NOTICE OF ACESA AGM

Friday 4 March 2022

Hosted by: Andrews Academy, 

1 Vosloo Street, Windsor Glen, Randburg

 

Program

 

09:30              Registration and Tea

10:00              CAMBRIDGE UPDATE & DISCUSSION

                       

                       ACESA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

11:30               Welcome and attendance

11.35               Approval of Minutes of previous AGM March 2021

11:40               Chairperson’s and Vice Chairperson’s Reports

12:00               Financial Report        

12:10              Guest Speaker

12:30               Nominations and Voting for 2022 Executive Committee Member

12:45               Announcement of new Committee and Closure of AGM

13:00               Lunch

13:30              Executive Committee Meeting – allocation of portfolios.

                                                                                                                                                                       

         RSVP – Please ensure that your school and attendance numbers are sent to:

Elaine at office@andrewsacademy.co.za  by Friday 25th of February 2022 for catering purposes.

Note: Please indicate any specific dietary requirements

 
 

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  • Time
    04 Mar, 2022 — 04 Mar, 2022
    (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest
05Mar
05Mar

ACESA AGM 2021

05 Mar, 2021 — 05 Mar, 2021 (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest   
Event summary
ACESA AGM 2021
Event details

Association of Cambridge Educators

In Southern Africa

 

INVITATION TO THE PRINCIPALS’ FORUM & NOTICE OF ACESA AGM

Friday 5 March 2021

                                      Hosted by: Alma Mater International School,

                        1 Coronation St, Paardeplaats 177 IQ, Mogale City (Krugersdorp), 1739

 

09:30              Registration and Tea

 

10:00              CAMBRIDGE UPDATE & DISCUSSION

                            Juan Visser – Regional Director

                            Anton Van Der Riet – Schools Development Manager

                            Khanyi Mamba - Marketing Communications Manager

                  

                       ACESA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

11:30               Welcome and attendance

11.35               Approval of Minutes of previous AGM March 2020

11:40               Chairperson’s and Vice Chairperson’s Reports

12:00               Financial Report        

12:10              Guest Speaker: Dr Douglas Andrews - Teaching international curriculum in diversity.

12:30               Nominations and Voting for 2021 Executive Committee Members

12:45               Announcement of new Committee and Closure of AGM

13:00               Lunch

13:30              Executive Committee Meeting – allocation of portfolios.

                                                                                                                                                                       

RSVP – Please ensure that your school and attendance numbers are sent to:

James Moir j.moir@almacambridge.org.za by Friday 26th of February 2021 for catering purposes.

  • Time
    05 Mar, 2021 — 05 Mar, 2021
    (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest
19Mar
19Mar

Cambridge Community Principal's Forum CAPE TOWN

19 Mar, 2020 — 19 Mar, 2020 (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest   
Event summary
Cambridge Community Principal's Forum CAPE TOWN
Event details

Venue: El Shaddai Christian School   Lord's Walk, off Langeberg Road, Durbanville, 7550

PROGRAM  
 
The purpose of the event is to update you on what’s new at Cambridge and engage with you on topics related to our curriculum. 
 
09.30:  Arrival and registration

10.00:  Welcome - Barry Nieuwoudt, Headmaster, Reddam House Durbanville  

10:05:  Welcome and regional overview - Juan Visser, Regional Director, SSA

10.25:  What’s new from Cambridge – Anton Van der Riet, Senior Manager Southern Africa          

11.15:  Cambridge Global Perspectives – Charlotte Colucci, Marketing Communications Manager, International                 Network

11.30: Introducing Marshal Cavendish Education - Debra Symanowitz, Jade Education

11.40:  Recognitions

12.10:  Q&A panel

 12.30:  Closing remarks – Juan Visser                                    

12.30:  Lunch  
 
 
We look forward to seeing you there!

  • Time
    19 Mar, 2020 — 19 Mar, 2020
    (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest
03Mar
03Mar

Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards

03 Mar, 2020 — 03 Mar, 2020 (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest   
Event summary
Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards
Event details

Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards.

Venue and Time to be confirmed

 

  • Time
    03 Mar, 2020 — 03 Mar, 2020
    (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest
03Mar
03Mar

Principal's Forum & AGM, Johannesburg

03 Mar, 2020 — 03 Mar, 2020 (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest   
Event summary
Principal's Forum & AGM, Johannesburg
Event details

PROGRAM

09:30               Registration and Tea

10:00               CAMBRIDGE UPDATE & DISCUSSION:

                            Saul Nassé - Group Chief Executive

                            Dr Anthony Dawson, Deputy Director, Assessment Standards and Quality

                            Juan Visser – Regional Director

                            Dr Anton Van Der Riet – Schools Development Manager

                            Joleen Rugg – Recognitions

 

                            (ACESA members: Please submit any Topics for Discussion or Questions to Karen

                             Anderson before 14th February 2020: cie@acesa.co.za )

13:00               Lunch 

                                                           ACESA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

 

13:30               Welcome and attendance

13.35               Approval of Minutes of Previous AGM March 2019

13:40               Chairperson’s and Vice Chairperson’s 2019 Reports

14:00               Financial 2019 Report & Approval of proposed Membership fee for 2020.

14:10             Guest Speaker: First National Bank: Key issues in the education sector.

14:30               Nominations and Voting for 2020 Executive Committee Members

14:45               Announcement of new Committee and Closure of AGM

15:00               Executive Committee Meeting – allocation of portfolios.

                                                                                                                                                                       

RSVP – Please ensure that your school and attendance numbers are sent to: deansassistant@bicollege.co.za by Thursday 20th February 2020 for catering purposes.          

  • Time
    03 Mar, 2020 — 03 Mar, 2020
    (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest
01Mar
01Mar

ACESA AGM Meeting

01 Mar, 2019 AM 11:00 — 01 Mar, 2019 PM 12:00 (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest   
  • Time
    01 Mar, 2019 AM 11:00 — 01 Mar, 2019 PM 12:00
    (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest
08Jun
08Jun

Learn More! Johannesburg

08 Jun, 2018 PM 3:00 — 08 Jun, 2018 PM 8:00 (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest    130 Bryanston Dr, Bryanston, 2191 Bryanston Gauteng South Africa
Learn More! Johannesburg
Event summary
Learn More! An introduction to Global Perspectives 5-19 Johannesburg, South Africa Cambridge Assessment International Education and Cambridge University Press invites you to our Learn More! professional development event, An introduction to Cambridge Global Perspectives 5-19. The event is for school Principals, HoDs and academic staff that are currently teaching Cambridge qualifications or interested in offering Cambridge qualifications at all ages and skill levels.
Event details

Learn More! An introduction to Global Perspectives 5-19 Johannesburg, South Africa

Cambridge Assessment International Education and Cambridge University Press invites you to our Learn More! professional development event, An introduction to Cambridge Global Perspectives 5-19. The event is for school Principals, HoDs and academic staff that are currently teaching Cambridge qualifications or interested in offering Cambridge qualifications at all ages and skill levels.

Delegates will have an opportunity to learn more about Cambridge International, how to deliver Cambridge Global Perspectives in the classroom and the resources available from Cambridge University Press. The training will be delivered by key speaker, Keely Laycock, course work and teacher resource author of Cambridge IGCSE® Global Perspectives and International Approaches to Learning and Teaching in Global Perspectives.

Please come prepared with any questions and with the energy for some experiential and exploratory learning!

The course is free of charge including refreshments, lunch and teaching materials; however bookings will be made on a first come first serve basis.

09.00-09.30
Registration & coffee
0930-09.45
Introduction to Cambridge Assessment International Education – Mark Barber, Senior Manager, Southern Africa, Cambridge International
09.45-10.45
Developing skills with Cambridge International Global Perspectives and Cambridge University Press resources – Keely Laycock (session1)
10.45-11.00
Coffee break
11.00-12.00
Session 2 by Keely Laycock
12.00-13.00
Cambridge University Press resources and digital learning platforms – Alan Vesty, Market Development Manager, Sub-Saharan Africa, Cambridge University Press
13.00-13.30
Close and lunch


Brief

Profile Keely Laycock, author of Cambridge IGCSE® Global Perspectives and International Approaches to Learning and
Teaching in Global Perspectives
Keely has been involved in the field of education for almost 30 years. She holds a Masters in Online and Distance
Education, a BA Hons degree in European Languages and Institutions and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education. She
has extensive teaching experience and has been Head of Modern Languages and has trained and mentored Initial
Teacher Training students and Newly Qualified Teachers. Keely has a wide range of experience in assessment,
development and as an examiner. She has delivered teacher training internationally as well as in the UK. Her first
Coursebook and Teacher Resource for Cambridge IGCSE® Global Perspectives was published in March 2016 and her
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If you have any questions, please email Mark Barber, Senior Manager, Southern Africa, Cambridge International at Mark.Barber@CambridgeInternational.org

  • Time
    08 Jun, 2018 PM 3:00 — 08 Jun, 2018 PM 8:00
    (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest
  • Location

    130 Bryanston Dr, Bryanston, 2191 Bryanston Gauteng South Africa

04Jun
04Jun

Learn More! Cape Town

04 Jun, 2018 PM 3:00 — 04 Jun, 2018 PM 8:00 (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest    33 Oakland Hills Road, Milnerton Rural, Sunningdale Sunningdale Cape Town South Africa
Event summary
Learn More! An introduction to Global Perspectives 5-19 Cape Town, South Africa Cambridge Assessment International Education and Cambridge University Press invites you to our Learn More! professional development event, An introduction to Global Perspectives 5-19. The event is for school Principals, HoDs and academic staff that are currently teaching Cambridge qualifications or interested in offering Cambridge qualifications at all ages and skill levels.
Event details

Learn More! An introduction to Global Perspectives 5-19 Cape Town, South Africa

Cambridge Assessment International Education and Cambridge University Press invites you to our Learn More!
professional development event, An introduction to Global Perspectives 5-19. The event is for school Principals, HoDs
and academic staff that are currently teaching Cambridge qualifications or interested in offering Cambridge qualifications
at all ages and skill levels.

Delegates will have an opportunity to learn more about Cambridge International, how to deliver Cambridge Global
Perspectives in the classroom and the resources available from Cambridge University Press. The training will be
delivered by key speaker, Keely Laycock, course work and teacher resource author of Cambridge IGCSE® Global
Perspectives and International Approaches to Learning and Teaching in Global Perspectives.


Please come prepared with any questions and with the energy for some experiential and exploratory learning!

The course is free of charge including refreshments, lunch and teaching materials; however bookings will be
made on a first come first serve basis.

 

09.00-09.30
Registration & coffee
0930-09.45
Introduction to Cambridge Assessment International Education – Mark Barber, Senior Manager, Southern Africa, Cambridge International
09.45-10.45
Developing skills with Cambridge International Global Perspectives and Cambridge University Press resources – Keely Laycock (session1)
10.45-11.00
Coffee break
11.00-12.00
Session 2 by Keely Laycock
12.00-13.00
Cambridge University Press resources and digital learning platforms – Alan Vesty, Market Development Manager, Sub-Saharan Africa, Cambridge University Press
13.00-13.30
Close and lunch

Brief

Profile Keely Laycock, author of Cambridge IGCSE® Global Perspectives and International Approaches to Learning and Teaching in Global Perspectives

Keely has been involved in the field of education for almost 30 years. She holds a Masters in Online and Distance Education, a BA Hons degree in European Languages and Institutions and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education. She has extensive teaching experience and has been Head of Modern Languages and has trained and mentored Initial Teacher Training students and Newly Qualified Teachers. Keely has a wide range of experience in assessment, development and as an examiner. She has delivered teacher training internationally as well as in the UK. Her first Coursebook and Teacher Resource for Cambridge IGCSE® Global Perspectives was published in March 2016 and her second, International approaches to Learning and Teaching in Global Perspectives  was published in August 2017. She is an advocate of the Constructivist learning approach and is passionate about skills-based learning to prepare students for the 21st Century.

If you have any questions, please email Mark Barber, Senior Manager, Southern Africa, Cambridge International at Mark.Barber@CambridgeInternational.org

 

  • Time
    04 Jun, 2018 PM 3:00 — 04 Jun, 2018 PM 8:00
    (UTC+02:00) Athens, Bucharest
  • Location

    33 Oakland Hills Road, Milnerton Rural, Sunningdale Sunningdale Cape Town South Africa

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