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JUNE DELTA MODULE THREE – 100% pass rate!

Cambridge School entered three candidates for the June 2017 DELTA module three session. We are happy to say that all of them passed! One of the candidates was the first to do our new DELTA module three online course and we already have more people signing up to do the course. We hope to have a lot more module three passes in future sessions.

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Farewells with trainers and practice students

Our June/July Delta Module Two trainees haven’t looked so relaxed in weeks! Enjoy your well-deserved break from Delta and keep in touch!

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External assessment

You know it’s week 5 of the Delta Module Two course when you see candidates proof-reading their own and each other’s assignments for the external assessment for the tenth time. Two candidates have already had theirs and so far, everything seems to have gone very smoothly!

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Delta trainees bonding with the practice students

Who knew our practice students would have to negotiate (in English!) how to build the tallest freestanding structure in 18 minutes using 20 sticks of spaghetti, one yard tape, one yard string and one marshmallow. Fun lessons ahead!

 

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DELTA summer course

Our latest DELTA module two course started yesterday. As usual, every summer, the course is full. Yesterday, we had a number of input sessions designed to get the candidates off to a good start on the course. Today, they meet the students they’ll be teaching for the first time. All the candidates seem very enthusiastic and motivated and we’re all looking forward to a productive and rewarding five weeks.

 

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