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Chinese students learn about Early Years education in the UK in a pioneering project in Cambridge

Chinese students learn about Early Years education in the UK in a pioneering project in Cambridge
09/12/2019

Chinese students spent two weeks in Cambridge thanks to a pioneering link-up educational project between Cambridge Regional College and PurpleBee Learning. Students from Hubei College in central China came to Cambridge Regional College for the pilot scheme where they attended lectures in Early Years education and learning English. This was combined with two full days...


Deaf children in Africa receive the gift of education thanks to our college tutors
06/12/2019

Deaf children in East Africa are enjoying the gift of education thanks to college tutors who volunteer with a charity that improves the lives of young people. The support includes fitting hearing aids for youngsters, which has dramatically improved life for one young boy, who was beaten within his community for not moving out of...


Team work, creative thinking and confidence, thanks to our Performing Arts course!
01/12/2019

A student on our Performing Arts course says she loves her time at college as it has not just been about learning the subject. Charlotte Lowry, 17, of Huntingdon, says the course has helped everyone find their confidence and forge great friendships. “I chose the Performing Arts course at CRC because being on stage was...


Competition to find the safest driver in Cambridgeshire is hosted at our Huntingdon campus
29/11/2019

Cambridgeshire Police officers were at our Huntingdon campus to host a competition to find the county’s safest young driver. The event was part of a week of road safety events involving education and enforcement to reduce deaths and serious injuries. Students were encouraged to take an advanced driving class with volunteers from charity organisation, the Insitute of Advanced Motorists, who...


Stay safe on Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram. An app developed by our students could be used by police forces nationally

Students from Cambridge Regional College are helping people stay safe online in a team work project with Cambridgeshire Police. The team have designed a cyber safe advice tool that is set to become a mobile phone app. It gives step by step guides to staying safe on social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and...


Former student helps re-design the classic Sonic The Hedgehog game for 2019!
25/11/2019

A former Cambridge Regional College student has spoken of the moment his hands shook with fear as he showcased his remake designs of the classic game, Sonic The Hedgehog, to the original creator! Tauras Koreiva, studied Games Development from 2011 to 2012 and is now an Environment Artist with leading UK games company, Sumo Digital....


William is invited to a VIP tour at Stansted after impressing airline staff during a careers fair

A student, who is passionate about aeroplanes, enjoyed a VIP tour of Stansted after impressing airline staff attending a jobs fair at Cambridge Regional College. Titan Airways attended the jobs fair at the Huntingdon campus of CRC and were blown away when our special educational needs student, William Gyngell, visited their stand. William was able...


Toby earns a Royal Marines green beret and says his success is thanks to college tutors
22/11/2019

A newly qualified Royal Marine says that every success he has enjoyed can be tracked back to his time at Cambridge Regional College. Toby Carter, 23, said tutors gave him the self-belief and skills to aim high and earn his coveted green beret. “Without CRC tutors none of this would have been possible,” he said....


Cambridge Regional College is a finalist in national education awards

Cambridge Regional College has made it to the finals of national awards for its innovative approach to careers and enterprise. The college has been shortlisted for the 2020 Beacon Awards which recognise excellence in education. David Hughes, Chief Executive of the Association of Colleges, which organises the Awards, said: “These colleges have shown great innovation...


Students are looking forward to a bright future in coding thanks to winning scholarships!

Four students are looking forward to a bright future thanks to winning scholarships with a new Digital Academy at Cambridge Regional College. The four have begun training in the intensive 12-week coding bootcamp, which takes people from coding novices to professional software developers, with the ability to build full-stack websites and applications after just three...


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