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Welcome to the Association of Cambridge Educators of Southern Africa

Acceptance by SA Universities

All universities across South Africa now recognize Cambridge qualifications!

ACESA represents a united voice, on behalf of member schools, to Cambridge International Examinations.

We aim to assist Principals, Schools and Educators to offer Cambridge Qualifications in a Southern African context.

Recent Posts

18April

Business Day advert 2018

              Association of Cambridge Educators in Southern Africa                                                                       Association of Cambridge Educators of Southern Africa represents a united voice on behalf of member schools to Cambridge Assessment International Education. We aim to assist principals, schools and educators in offering Cambridge qualifications in a Sub-Saharan African context. Why Cambridge? Cambridge Assessment International Education is the world’s largest provider of international education programmes and qualifications for 5 to 19 year olds, and forms part of the University of Cambridge. As a world leader in providing international programmes and qualifications for school education, we are expanding our international team in Sub-Saharan Africa. Having a dedicated local team is an important part of supporting our growing community of almost 900 Cambridge schools. How do we assist Southern African Cambridge Member Schools? We encourage all ACESA teachers to share their knowledge, expertise and experience by participating in the ACESA Subject Discussion Groups, training courses and workshops that have been created specifically for this purpose. This allows all our members to exchange ideas and knowledge with their colleagues across regions, schools and subject areas, to ensure that ...

10April

Top Cambridge Achievers for 2017 Academic Year in South Africa

High Achievement Cambridge International A Level Business June 2017 Biswas Sayandeep British International College Bryanston ZA057 High Achievement Cambridge International A Level Chemistry June 2017 Mirte Ciz Marieke Kuijpers St Charles College ZA179 High Achievement Cambridge International A Level Economics June 2017 Oluwatomisin Oluwafiropo Fasawe African Leadership Academy ZA077 High Achievement Cambridge International A Level English Language June 2017 Jakub Jan Hrinda Mckinlay Reid International School ZA301 High Achievement Cambridge International A Level Literature in English June 2017 Mcleary Kiara British International College Bryanston ZA057 High Achievement Cambridge International A Level Physics June 2017 Mirte Ciz Marieke Kuijpers St Charles College ZA179 High Achievement Cambridge International AS Level Accounting June 2017 Emmanuel Khumalo Glenwood High School ZA295 High Achievement Cambridge International AS Level Environmental Management June 2017 Anesca Nevay Mckinlay Reid International School ZA301 High Achievement Cambridge International AS Level French Language June 2017 Katell Jaffret International School of Cape Town ZA037 High Achievement Cambridge International AS Level Global Perspectives & Research June 2017 Connor Montague Glenwood High School ZA295 High Achievement Cambridge International AS Level History June 2017 Gregory Charles Hall St Charles College ZA179 High Achievement Cambridge International AS Level History June 2017 Wostenholm Caitlin Diana British International Distance College ZA557 High Achievement Cambridge International AS Level Language & Literature in English June 2017 Paul Behrens St John's College ZA960 High Achievement Cambridge International AS Level Language & Literature in English June 2017 Stephanus Guillaume Van Niekerk St John's College ZA960 High Achievement Cambridge International AS Level Literature in English June 2017 Mbago Daniella International School of South Africa ZA007 High Achievement Cambridge International AS Level Marine Science June 2017 Taahir Mohamed Village Montessori School ZA276 High Achievement Cambridge International AS Level Music June 2017 Joshua Brendan Stapleton Ashton International College Ballito (Pty) Ltd ZA243 High ...

1December

Professional Development – Secondary Interest Conference

All ACESA members are invited to attend this Secondary Interest Conference arranged by NAPTOSA on March 3rd 2018 at 08h00 to 13h00. Venue is WITS Education Campus in Parktown, Johannesburg. Save the date. Programme material will be relevant to all syllabi, GDE, IEB and Cambridge with keynote speakers and break away workshops. More detail to follow in January 2018.

1December

ACESA AGM – March 2nd 2018

British International College Bryanston Drive We invite all ACESA members and prospective members to attend this meeting. We have organised a representative from SACE to address the meeting regarding CPD points for all teachers in Cambridge schools. Please diarise this date. Further details to follow in January 2018.