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Helpful Ideas from the Cambridge Language Assessment Group

09 september 2016

I came across these helpful ideas and links from Cambridge English Language Assessment which is the group from Cambridge University who are the experts at assessing learners in the English Language. 

 In this post you can find out the meaning of the different levels on the CEFR that we use at the British School.

There are also lots of ideas, helping your child develop different skills in English and these are organised into the different levels for students aged between 5 and 18.

What is more, the different assessments that we use at this school to check and prove students’ levels are explained.

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I hope you find this useful.

James Carson, Head of EAL