Please see below for information about the upcoming CRC online open days. This would be of interest to students, and Parents of Year 10 students, and those in year 11 not sure what they want to do in September.
Mrs J Martin
Explore the courses on offer at Cambridge Regional College.
All subject areas are online, you can meet the tutors and ask questions.
To find out more and register go to https://www.camre.ac.uk/open-days-online/
Apprenticeship Information Link (Year 11 info)
Hills Road Transition Work – entrance 2020
Long Road Information – entrance 2020
The Oakes Transition Work – entrance 2020
Cambridge Regional College Transition Work – entrance 2020
“Year 11 pupils who have applied to join Cambridge Regional College and have accepted their place will receive guidance from their subject tutors following the college welcome events relating to work that they can complete whilst in lockdown that will support them in progressing on to their chosen course”
College of West Anglia Information – entrance 2020
Applicant information webpage here - https://cwa.ac.uk/student-life-and-support/how-to-apply/info-applicants This page will be updated as necessary to provide the most relevant information possible.
Remember that all of our student services remain contactable at this time for anything relating to-
-Fees and Financial Help
-Personal and Learning Support
-Transport including CWA Travel Subsidy
Please email them with your query and they will be happy to help you:
General information on interviews and applications
Take a look – what could your future hold! UCAS have provided a list of virtual tours and videos from universities and colleges, so you can see what it's like on campus and what facilities are available.
Careers Enterprise Company – Career Talks
Below are a series of career talks connecting young people with stories from slightly older peers who have recently made that transition into the workplace from education. These will come to you from a diverse range voices - apprentices, trainees and graduates from different backgrounds and ways of life, reflecting the variety of young people you support in your work
NatWest have launched #DreamBigger to broaden students’ career horizons and develop their awareness of entrepreneurship as a possible future career. Female students aged 16+ are welcome to join DreamBigger’s weekly online workshops, click on the link below to find out more: