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Cambridge praises Al Murooj Scientific Private School for English language achievements

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A school in Abu Dhabi has been praised by an expert from Cambridge University at a ceremony to mark the English language achievements of a group of its students.

Fifty students from the Al Murooj Scientific Private School in Abu Dhabi recently passed Cambridge English exams. They were presented with their certificates at a special ceremony attended by the students and their families, along with representatives from the school and Cambridge University.

Speaking at the event, Angela Wright from Cambridge English Language Assessment – a department of Cambridge University – said:

‘I’d like to congratulate the students who achieved excellent results in their Cambridge English exams. They have proved they can use English to international standards, which will put them in a really good position when they start looking for further study opportunities or employment. Their achievements would not have been possible without the support of the teachers at the Al Murooj Scientific Private School, who made sure that the students were well prepared for exam day.’

The Al Murooj Scientific Private School has been preparing students for Cambridge English exams for two years. The successful students took a range of school-age exams including Cambridge English: Young Learners and Cambridge English: Preliminary for Schools.

The ceremony took place on 24 November at Al Murooj Scientific School in Abu Dhabi.

Written by Cambridge English Southern Europe

December 9, 2013 at 10:00 am

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