(PRWEB) December 06, 2012
Under the agreement, the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL) will collaborate with Helen Doron English, whose exclusive English learning programmes have a track record of close to 30 years of success, to raise awareness and increase access to Cambridge English exams for children.
The agreement will see the internationally recognised Cambridge English tests for young learners introduced throughout the Helen Doron English network, which has over 750 schools in over 30 countries worldwide.
Speaking as the agreement gets underway, Dr Mike Milanovic – Cambridge ESOL’s Chief Executive said:
“We’re delighted to be working with such a well-known name in early education. Cambridge and Helen Doron share the common goals of providing excellence in education to young learners around the world. By working together we’re able to increase access to Cambridge English exams, which will give young students a real head start in terms of their educational development.”
“We offer fun, stress free English learning for all ages that yields the highest results and are delighted that our students will have the opportunity to validate their learning with the excellent Cambridge English exams ,” commented Helen Doron, CEO and Founder of Helen Doron Ltd.
In early November, Helen Doron, founder and CEO of the Helen Doron Ltd., visited Cambridge University to sign the collaboration agreement and kick off joint efforts to raise awareness of the important role language exams play in raising standards through a series of conferences and events in the coming months. Mrs. Doron was hosted by Dr. Mike Milanovic, Chief Executive Cambridge ESOL, Deshini Chetty, Assistant Director Business Development, and Angela Wright, Global Manager Schools.
About the Helen Doron Ltd.
The Helen Doron Educational Group stands at the forefront of innovative educational systems, providing exclusive learning programmes and quality educational materials for babies, children and adolescents the world over since 1985. Our quality English language educational programmes for children from three months to 19 years include the well-known Helen Doron Early English courses for children of all ages; Didi and Polly for larger groups in pre-school and kindergartens; and Super-Nature for grade school classrooms. The Helen Doron franchise model invites entrepreneurs to join a successful business operation that benefits children around the world. For more information, visit us online: http://www.helendorongroup.com.