Award ceremonies continue to take place right around the world, celebrating the successes of students during our World Education Games. The latest news to reach 3P Learning’s offices has come from Cambridge High School based in Amman, Jordan.  Loris Qubain, Maths Coordinator at the school tell us…

“For the first time, one of own our students, Mira A, made us proud with her attaining 10th place in the World Spelling Day. Mira was awarded her medal in a special celebration taking place during the morning assembly in front of the whole school, to honour her hard work.  All the other students participating in this contest received their World Education Games certificates in addition to some prizes which were agreed upon in a special committee meeting held at school.”

A series of presentations took place in the Kindergarten playroom as well as in the school theatre, for older students. To encourage all the other students to participate next time, the school have placed a giant 2m high poster of Mira A, wearing her medal and holding the certificate she had won, in the reception foyer for everyone to see.  It seems Mira is becoming quite the school celebrity!

International Schools Manager at 3P Learning, Leigh Redman, said “it is fantastic to see the students’ successes at CHS – it makes all our own hard work with the Education Games worthwhile! We love learning – and it is great to see students in Jordan do too! I look forward to hearing all about how the students do in next year’s Games!”

Students at the school assembly with their certificates


Mira A receives her World Spelling Day medal in a presentation outside the school

The giant poster in the school reception celebrating Mira’s success.