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CAMBRIDGE PARABILITY FOOTBALL LEAGUE – 21st FEBRUARY 2017

CAMBRIDGE PARABILITY FOOTBALL LEAGUE – 21st FEBRUARY 2017
27/02/2018

On Wednesday 21st February, 2 CRC Parability Football teams from both campuses took part in the Cambridge Parability Football league on Coldham’s Common. Both teams played really well and had some exciting games, particularly the team in the Premiership (top) Division who, despite losing 3 of their games, had some tight games where the standard...


CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL SPORTS PARTNERSHIP YEAR 5/6 TAG RUGBY TOURNAMENT – 22nd FEBRUARY 2017

On Thursday 22nd February, Neil Andrews took a group of Sports Ambassadors, to help at the local primary school Tag Rugby competition organised by the Cambridge School Sports Partnership.  Despite the cold weather, our students did an excellent job encouraging the children, refereeing, and scoring.  This is an annual event and the organisers rely on...


Cambridge Regional College shortlisted for top national education honour in the TES Further Education Awards
21/02/2018

Cambridge Regional College has been shortlisted for the Best Teaching and Learning Initiative in recognition of innovative entrepreneurial programmes run by its media department, allowing students to work with external clients on creative projects and showcase their work internationally. Practical, commercial assignments are at the heart of the courses for games development, art and design,...


Luke is the public’s winner in cycleways logo competition
09/02/2018

Talented art student Luke Nash will see his work used across the county after winning a competition to design a logo for the £10 million Greenways cycle project. Luke, 18, who is studying visual communication at Cambridge Regional College, was a clear winner after the public voted for his green leaf design to feature on...


Student golfers head for national championships
07/02/2018

Two young golfing stars from Cambridge Regional College have won their way through to the national finals of the biggest student sporting event in the UK. County players Isaac Rowlands, 18, a Sport Studies student, and Oliver Rust, 16, a Heating and Ventilation apprentice, will represent the eastern region and CRC in the Association of...


Top award for CRC Business apprentice

A top-performing apprentice from Cambridge Regional College has won a National Business Apprenticeship Award at the EEF Future Manufacturing Awards. Rebecca Luck, 20, was described as an “outstanding, motivated and committed learner”, picking up the top award after winning through to the finals from the south east regional competition. She became an advocate of apprenticeships...


Sport students chosen to referee regional Boccia tournament
02/02/2018

Two Cambridge Regional College students who helped run a Boccia tournament have been chosen to referee at the regional tournament of the Paralympic sport. John Tobeck and Simon Cooper were among a group of fellow Sport students who took a key role in running the Cambridgeshire tournament where they impressed Boccia England officials. The students,...


Students cook alongside top chefs at gala dinner

Trainee chefs at Cambridge Regional College cooked alongside some of the best chefs in the country at a gala dinner in Cambridge where diners paid £200 a head. The students helped prepare and cook a fabulous five-course menu for 205 guests from the world of catering – college and conference chefs and catering managers from...


Students champion ‘This Girl Can’ campaign
31/01/2018

Two students who are passionate about sport are championing a national campaign to encourage more girls to get active. Sophie Day, 17, and Amber Dyra, 17, will be campaigning for ‘This Girl Can’ – a national movement developed by Sport England – after being chosen as ambassadors for the initiative. The students, both studying Sport...


George wins a Premier coaching role
29/01/2018

A sports student is taking the first steps in his career after impressing his future employers on a visit to the college – and winning a role as a part-time coach. Eighteen year-old George Youngs, a Level 3 sports student at Cambridge Regional College, was inspired by a talk from leading school sports coaching company...


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