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Coleg Cambria commended for new systems focused on student and staff wellbeing

COLEG CAMBRIA has been commended by the Association of Colleges (AoC) for implementing a series of innovative new systems focused on the health and wellbeing of staff and learners. The prestigious AoC Beacon Standard and Commended Status in the NOCN Group Award for Mental Health and Wellbeing is a “huge honour” for the college, says…

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Students contest LEAF Education food and farming contest at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi

After a fiercely contested competition between five UK secondary schools, Laurus Ryecroft in Manchester was named ‘Food, Farming and Natural Environment School of the Year 2021’. The national competition, run by LEAF Education in collaboration with Coleg Cambria, aims to shine a light on sustainable farming and food production through experiential on-farm experiences for young…

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Cangen Cymraeg Cambria celebrates successful first year despite pandemic challenges

A WELSH language partnership celebrating its first anniversary has gone from strength to strength. Coleg Cambria’s branch of Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol – Cangen Cymraeg Cambria – has been a huge success in the last 12 months. Welsh medium students have enjoyed access to training, events, and education online during the Coronavirus pandemic. As restrictions ease,…

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Coleg Cambria to host live open events across north east Wales in November

COLEG CAMBRIA will host a series of open events across its North Wales sites this November. The college is delighted to welcome people back in person after holding them online throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. Support services will be on hand with advice and guidance, you can take a tour of the facilities and tutors, current…

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Low carbon Llysfasi projects given the green light with £500k grant support

LOW CARBON projects have been given the green light after securing more than £500,000 in grant support. The three schemes will be based at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi and pioneer new technology aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the agriculture sector. Funded by the Welsh Government via its Whole System Business Research Innovation for Decarbonisation…

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Preparations underway for £15m net zero farm centre at Coleg Cambria

THE development of a £15m ‘net zero farming centre’ in North Wales will play a key role in helping the UK meet its carbon neutral targets. As preparations continue for the revolutionary centre of excellence at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi, near Ruthin in Denbighshire, project manager George Fisher has been busy garnering the support, opinions and…

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Llysfasi student receives prestigious accolade from leading forestry organisation

A COLEG CAMBRIA student won a prestigious accolade from a forestry organisation. Dafydd Jones, a student at the college’s Llysfasi site, was named Tilhill Diploma Student of the Year at a virtual prizegiving ceremony. The 18 year-old, from Tywyn in Meirionnydd, Gwynedd, was lauded by tutors for his dedication and passion for education and his…

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First ever AGCO-Llysfasi cohort graduates from innovative apprenticeship scheme

LEARNERS ploughed ahead in completing an innovative agriculture training scheme despite the challenges of Covid-19. The first ever cohort of AGCO apprentices at Coleg Cambria Llysfasi have completed the three-year Technical Advanced Extended Diploma in Agricultural Engineering. The north east Wales college teamed up with the worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment to train…

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Coleg Cambria Welsh learners were commended at a virtual prizegiving

WELSH learners were commended at a virtual prizegiving. As part of Coleg Cambria’s annual Student Awards – held online due to the Coronavirus pandemic – accolades were given out to three worthy winners who excelled in displaying their bilingual skills and promoting the Welsh language. Sponsored by Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol (CCC), the successful students were:…

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College head Karl completes epic challenge for Stepping Stones North Wales

A TIRELESS fundraiser took on an epic journey for a charity supporting victims of abuse. Having accomplished the Three Peaks in 2018, and the Crazy 7 in Scotland – including the Cairngorms – a year later, Karl Jackson completed the Freezing Fingers challenge during the winter. Karl, who is site lead and Assistant Director for…

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