Cambridge Principals’ Forum at MTIS an International Success

Duncan PowellNews, Newshome

Main Taunus International School hosts Cambridge Principals’ Forum, welcoming 22 school leaders from across the globe to Friedrichsdorf for discourse on the implementation of the Cambridge Programme and IGCSE.

March 18th, 2017 the MTIS Aula was full of visitors from around the globe. These visitors were administrators, principals, and directors from various schools in the region and across Europe.

The attendees were greeted warmly by the leadership team at MTIS; consisting of Director-Dr. Vivian Papafakli-Strouza, Head of Secondary-Archie Buddy Tobias, and Assistant Principal-Julie Ouzilleau.

Martin Nuttall, Regional Director of Europe for Cambridge kicked off the Forum with an overview presentation on the benefits and features of the Cambridge Programme and IGCSEs.

“It was a great success and we really appreciated the smooth running and organization of the event and the excellent catering and facilities.” Martin Nuttall – Regional Director of Europe

Representatives from various schools (public & private) also gave presentations on their application of Cambridge Curriculum, giving a variety of information and perspective to all in attendance. Q&A sessions lead to some productive dialogue between the presenters and others in attendance, which carried over into the coffee break discussions.

MTIS Caterer Quattro was there to support the Forum with drinks, refreshments, and menus at lunchtime, which was much enjoyed by all in attendance as they networked between presentations.

Cambridge also had a second man on the scene in Friedrichsdorf; eLearning Manager Andrew J. Field gave his forward-thinking presentation on the digital aspects and capabilities of education within the Cambridge Programme that pushes schools to new heights of efficiency.

This was a great opportunity to network with and learn from CIE colleagues in Germany.” Archie Buddy Tobias – Head of Secondary

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