CambriLearn is a remote-based website. However, it is important to remember the large human component within the student, as well as the teaching-body, within the organisation.
Please remember to be considerate in your communication with the person on the other side of the message. It is vital, therefore, that you remember the power of simple manners, such as ‘please’ and ‘thank you’, whenever you write messages on the CambriLearn website (e.g., Forums or Teacher Chat).
These are still valued practices, even if it is online!
Cyberbullying may be defined as ‘the use of electronic communication, particularly mobile phones and the internet, to bully a person’.
CambriLearn reserves the right to immediately expel any learner that is found guilty of bullying or of inappropriate conduct.
Please alert us immediately, by emailing email@example.com if you, or any other learner, may have been exposed to the above.
Inappropriate conduct and bullying may include, but is not limited to:
Please respond to messages sent by teachers, or at the very least, acknowledge receipt thereof.
Q&A sessions are group sessions, so it is important to remember that all students can enjoy the sessions and benefit from them.
Therefore, please consider the following when attending Q&As:
The focus of Live Lessons is learning. Please be considerate and respect these pointers on howbest to make use of this service.
NOTE: While the actual lesson is being recorded your teacher is not able to respond to the chat or Q&A channel.
Forums are accessible to all students and are aimed as a platform for communication between students. The forums are not to be used for any form of advertising.
Plagiarism will not be accepted at CambriLearn. If plagiarism is encountered in an assignment, the marking will be halted. The assignment will be returned with a mark of zero. Additionally, the student will receive a written warning. Repeated plagiarism can lead to removal of the student from the CambriLearn platform.
Plagiarism, specifically at CambriLearn, is what we refer to as the direct copying of memos (model answers), or copying of someone else’s work, in order to complete an assignment or an assessment activity. Remember that you will only receive short term gratification from the artificial “good results”, which comes from committing acts of plagiarism. These marks thus only reflect your progress so far and will not influence the outcome of your Final Exams through Cambridge.
Assignments form a critical part of the learning process. The feedback that a student receives helps them to improve their understanding of the question and answer process, and therefore to perform better on the next assignment.
Each assignment must be marked, and feedback will be received before the next assignment is attempted. Bulk submissions of assignments will not be accepted; all assignments, except for the first, will be deleted from the system so that the student has an opportunity to redo assignments after feedback has been received.
Assignments should be completed under test conditions, without reference to textbooks, course notes, or personal study notes. This is to be remembered for all assignments, unless it is specified that you should complete a particular assignment differently.
Each assignment gives an opportunity to test the true level of understanding and retainment of knowledge and key concepts.
The assignment cover sheet, or information requested on the cover sheet, must be submitted with each assignment.
It is important that the assignments are all completed and marked before a request for a progression test/exam/mock exam is made. The assignments provide important learning and revision opportunities.
CambriLearn is not a registered Cambridge examination centre. It is, therefore, your responsibility to find an examination centre, and to confirm registration dates and costs for exams.
Please note that in the case where any of the above rules are broken, or in a case of non-adherence to these procedures, CambriLearn reserves the right to take whatever action is necessary, and which are deemed fit as a sensible consequence to the transgression.