Twelve schools and institutes awarded at the British Council’s Exams Loyalty Schemes award ceremony

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The British Council in Cyprus held its annual exams loyalty schemes event on 29 November, awarding also schools and institutes with the highest candidates registered. The event was held at the Residence of the British High Commissioner in a festive atmosphere.


The British Council’s two exams loyalty schemes; the Addvantage Member Scheme for Cambridge Assessment English and IELTS examinations and the Partner Schools Global Network (PSGN) for IGCSEs, GCSEs and A’levels, have recently been upgraded to provide even more benefits to the schools and institutes that the British Council works with. Discounts on exams, free and reduced priced online modules for teachers, online practice for students and discounts on UK higher education counselling, are only some of the benefits aiming to cater not only the school’s or institute’s needs, but also the needs of the teachers and students.


In order to honour the schools and institutes that have been members of the schemes and recognize their hard work, the British Council’s exams loyalty schemes award ceremony for 2017 saw 12 schools receiving awards according to the highest and second highest candidates of each scheme and tier.


The following schools and institutes received their award together with free tickets of NT Live and Royal Ballet screenings at Rialto as well as books from Public Cyprus.

  • Addvantage Gold First Prize - Think Learning Centre
  • PSGN Gold First Prize - Electra Private Institute
  • Addvantage Gold Second Prize - The Learning Tree
  • Addvantage Silver First Prize - MCF Maria Fournaris
  • PSGN Silver First Prize - Savvas Prastitis Private Institute of English
  • Addvantage Silver Second Prize - Levent Schools
  • Addvantage Bronze First Prize - ESL Creative Learning Private Institute
  • PSGN Bronze First Prize - Ritsa & Andria Shiatis English Private Institute
  • Addvantage Bronze Second Prize - Three winners :Tasia Zangoulou, Educare, Girne American University
  • PSGN Bronze Second Prize - Dena Liasidou


We feel enormously proud to have received the Addvantage First Bronze Prize by the British Council and the British High Commissioner at the Exams Loyalty Schemes Award Ceremony!” said the teachers of ESL Creative Learning.
The event was addressed by Matthew Kidd, the British High Commissioner who welcomed the teachers and school owners to his residence, and praised them for their hard work. Also, James Martin, Director Cyprus British Council mentioned the importance of such events for strengthening the relationship between the British Council and the schools we work with.

We feel enormously proud to have received the Addvantage First Bronze Prize by the British Council and the British High Commissioner at the Exams Loyalty Schemes Award Ceremony!


“The British Council Cyprus wouldn’t be able to achieve the impact it does through UK qualifications if it wasn’t for the schools’ and institutes’ hard work. This is what we are recognizing here today”, noted James Martin.
To find out more about our loyalty schemes go to www.britishcouncil.com.cy/exam/schools-institutions/loyalty-schemes.


About the British Council


The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities. We work with over 100 countries in the fields of arts and culture, English language, education and civil society. Last year we reached over 65 million people directly and 731 million people overall including online, broadcasts and publications. We make a positive contribution to the countries we work with – changing lives by creating opportunities, building connections and engendering trust. Founded in 1934 we are a UK charity governed by Royal Charter and a UK public body. We receive 15 per cent core funding grant from the UK government. www.britishcouncil.org
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