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Coleg Cambria and LEAF Education launch annual search for innovative schools

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LEAF Education Launches Search for Innovation School of the Year in Food, Farming and Environment 2020 Leading farm education charity, LEAF Education in partnership with Coleg Cambria Llysfasi have launched [...]

News from Wrexham Glyndwr University: Film-maker captures life under lockdown in series of documentaries

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Film-maker captures life under lockdown in series of documentaries A film-maker and photographer from Wrexham has made a series of films looking at how people’s lives are being affected [...]

News from Wrexham Glyndwr University – WGU to hold online event for potential postgraduate and professional students

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Wrexham Glyndwr University to hold online event for potential postgraduate and professional students Wrexham Glyndwr University will be running an online event aimed at people considering postgraduate, professional or [...]

Coleg Cambria to host virtual open day for prospective students in lockdown

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COLEG CAMBRIA is hosting a virtual open day for prospective students and parents to explore its cutting-edge facilities and the wide range of courses on offer. The college is [...]

Kind college worker sends care packages to hospital staff in the fight against Covid-19

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NURSES and health workers whose skin has suffered due to wearing safety masks and visors during the Coronavirus pandemic received care packages from a kindly college worker. Philippa Lea-Bush, [...]

Xplore! joins UK Science Centres’ nationwide campaign calling for Government Emergency Resilience Funding

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Xplore! joins UK Science Centres’ nationwide campaign calling for Government Emergency Resilience Funding Science Centres For Our Future Campaign Launched   Xplore!, along with over 40 members of the [...]

Student tennis star serving up food for vulnerable during lockdown nominated for national diversity award

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A COLEG CAMBRIA student and member of the Welsh Youth Parliament has been nominated for a National Diversity Award. Jonathon Dawes, from Rhyl, has been listed in the Positive [...]

Virtual Summer Start-Up Week to deliver free advice and workshops to student entrepreneurs

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A WEEK of virtual talks, workshops and seminars for students and graduates wanting to start a business will be launched on Monday (June 8). The Summer Start-Up week has [...]

Award-winning careers course goes online to help Wrexham Glyndwr University students during lockdown

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An award-winning careers course for Wrexham Glyndwr University students will run again this year – and has been adapted to help them find jobs during lockdown. The Make Summer [...]

News from Wrexham Glyndwr University – Head teacher describes how she has adapted her school to help children learn during the pandemic

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Head teacher describes how she has adapted her school to help children learn during the pandemic A Wrexham head teacher has described how she has adapted the way her [...]

Special Olympics student star highly commended at national sports awards

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A SPECIAL OLYMPICS all-rounder has been highly commended by a national sports organisation. Coleg Cambria student Jack Rowlands was recognised by the prestigious Association of Colleges (AoC) at its [...]

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