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Another A* year for Coleg Cambria – the number one college in Wales

COLEG CAMBRIA maintained its position as the number one college in Wales with an outstanding overall A Level pass rate of 99%. Students at the Yale site in Wrexham and Deeside Sixth Form Centre contributed to another incredible year for the award-winning institution, with 26 subjects achieving 100% exam success. These included English, Chemistry, Psychology,…

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Coleg Cambria student strikes gold at Taekwondo world championships

A SPORTY student celebrated the end of college life by winning world championship gold. Coleg Cambria learner Matthew Cook was victorious at the Taekwondo International World Championships, held at Birmingham Arena. Matthew – named Elite Individual Athlete of the Year at Cambria’s inaugural Sports Awards in June – has picked up dozens of titles over the…

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Inaugural Welsh language awards celebrate learners at Coleg Cambria

COLEG CAMBRIA’S commitment to the Welsh language was celebrated at an inaugural awards ceremony. Coleg Cambria, in partnership with Popeth Cymraeg, delivers Welsh-language courses in Wrexham, Flintshire and Denbighshire on behalf of the National Centre for Learning Welsh. Participants from across the area were recognised for studying the language and achieving exam success at the…

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Coleg Cambria hosts AmaSing music and dance workshop in Wrexham

SCHOOL children from across Flintshire and Wrexham were on song at a musical workshop. Up to 50 youngsters from 20 schools joined composer Andrew Smith in writing lyrics and creating tunes ahead of a gala performance in March. The AmaSing Fusion project is driven by Chester teacher Rachael Borman and will see pupils from across…

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Coleg Cambria praised by Future minister for student support masterplan

THE Future Generations Commissioner for Wales paid tribute to Coleg Cambria for its commitment to improving the lives of staff and students. Sophie Howe visited the college’s Deeside site and met with sixth form learners and chief executive David Jones. Cambria has been lauded by politicians and the public, including Alyn and Deeside AM Jack…

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Coleg Cambria named among best UK employers for women

COLEG CAMBRIA is one of the top 10 best workplaces for women in the UK. The college was number eight in the Super-Large (1,000 or more employees) category of the Best Workplaces™ for Women list, alongside leading companies Gap, Admiral Group, Deloitte and Hilton. Chosen because of its support of employees on maternity leave, commitment…

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Coleg Cambria student urges kids to consider farming after alarming drop in apprentices

A YOUNG farmer has encouraged school pupils to consider a career in agriculture after new figures revealed an alarming lack of apprentices in the sector. According to Stats Wales, only 1% of the total number of apprenticeships in Wales over the last two years have been in agriculture, despite farming accounting for up to 4%…

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Coleg Cambria raising standards for adult learners in Wales

COLEG CAMBRIA has raised the standards of English and maths for adult learners in Wales. The college was tasked with supporting a Hefcw project mapping Open University (OU) courses for Essential Skills Wales (ESW). The modules were welcomed by both organisations and are now available online as part of the Everyday Skills series. Cambria’s Basic…

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High praise for Coleg Cambria students at Hawarden church ceremony

COLEG CAMBRIA students were given high praise for their work at a prestigious ceremony. Hospitality and Catering learners joined Food and Beverage Lecturer Angharad Jarvis in serving guests at the inauguration of the new High Sheriff of Clwyd, Stephanie Catherall. The group were on hand with canapes and Champagne for distinguished guests at the event,…

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Coleg Cambria students put finishing touches to Westbridge Furniture apprenticeship

STUDENT apprentices are putting the finishing touches to a successful training scheme with a leading furnituremaker. Over past months, six youngsters from Coleg Cambria have been working at Westbridge Furniture in Deeside as part of the Level 2 Upholstery Apprenticeship programme. At the end of a two-month placement, applicants aged 16-18 years old will progress…

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