Cambridge Regional College is celebrating a successful set of results that have seen thousands of students achieve their target grades thsi week on Results Days.
Deputy Principal, Michelle Dowse, said, “It’s been a very different year for students this year with a combination of both online and face to face teaching. Our learners have worked incredibly hard over the year amongst a lot of uncertainty, and we are very proud of all they have achieved. The CRC teaching and support staff have worked tirelessly to ensure that our students had the best college experience possible and remained safe. We are excited to see so many achieve their ambitions and head on to university, employment, further education and apprenticeships.”
housands of 16-19yr old students at CRC received their results this week with success being seen across the board in subjects including health and social care, IT and computing, Construction, Engineering, Media, and Public Services, all of which have seen high pass rates.
In addition, Cambridge Regional College has seen an increase in applications for September with those gaining their GCSE, A-level and BTEC results planning their next step. To support those receiving their results, the college has a series of Advice Cafes taking place over the coming weeks, by phone and on campus at Cambridge and Huntingdon. The Advice Cafes are open students looking for advice and to secure their next steps at the college on full-time study programmes, higher education, and apprenticeships.
To access the Advice Cafes, visit www.camre.ac.uk/advice-and-enrol for the dates and times throughout August or call on 01223 226315.