Future@CRC - 14-16 provision - Cambridge Regional College

Future@CRC – 14-16 provision

Futures@CRC, 14-16 provision – Information for 2023/2024

Course Overview Key Stage 4, Year 10, and Year 11

Futures@CRC is an Alternative Provision for students aged 14-16. We can offer a programme of study for students in Year 10 or Year 11, part time. We are confident the curriculum of study we offer will ensure students’ progress to a successful post-16 education either to college, apprenticeship, or employment with training

2023/2024 Curriculum

  • Functional Skills qualification in English and Maths
  • Level 1 Personal Development Award/Certificate
  • Level 1 Art Award/ Certificate
  • Level 1 Sport and Fitness Award
  • Level 1 Progression Award
  • * GCSE Math and English

*GCSE maths and English may be available to students who have achieved L1 Functional skills.

Our students can attend a weekly session in one of the college’s curriculum areas. We are currently reviewing the vocational sessions we can offer and will update this page as soon as these become available.

Following successful completion of Year 10 study, students’ progress to Year 11 with us. Further study in maths and English Functional skills will enable them to achieve higher qualifications and support towards GSCE studies.

14-16 learner


Students joining in Year 10 can enrol on the Duke of Edinburgh, Bronze Award. This is an excellent opportunity to gain essential skills and attributes for work and life. Access to the college gym is available to students in the 14-16 Provision.


To support progression, careers guidance is given in tutorials, advice and guidance (IAG)sessions are run by the careers team, and bespoke follow up appointments are offered.

Learning Assessment & Support  

Successful progression to a Post- 16 course is the goal for all students studying on the 14-16 programme. We offer learning support in lessons, and personal support by specialist staff, tailored to meet specific needs.

Your physical and mental wellbeing are very important and we understand this can affect your learning. We work closely with our Student Advice Team based in the Hub who offer well-being and bursary support for students. Student Advice offer daily drop-in session in the HUB for you to talk through any challenges you may be facing or can work with you on an ongoing, outcomes focused basis through regular 1:1 sessions. If the Student Advice Team think you may benefit from counselling support they can referral you to the College Counsellor for support with your consent.

Both the 14-16 and Student Advice Teams work closely with a range of external agencies who offer specialist support and can signpost or refer you to these services if you require additional support.

Elective Home educated students

We offer part-time places to students who are electively home educated. Students must be registered with the local authority for minimum of six months prior to application.

How to apply

School referral

Elective Home Educated

If you are a *parent/guardian wishing to apply for a place, please complete both the application form and Pre-16 Learner record below and return to Each form can be filled out online, then emailed to *Please note that we cannot accept applications from parents/guardian if the child is on role at school.

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