• Higher Potential Programme

Higher Potential Programme

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You CAN be brilliant at Coleg Cambria!

You have potential, but it may just need unlocking, or unblocking. The new Higher Potential Programme will support you as you identify, explore, activate, and nurture your individual higher potential. It is a programme that will help build the mindset for success and give you the confidence to seek out your interests, showcase your talents, and let your potential shine!

At Cambria, we will inspire you on your higher potential journey. Staff will spark your curiosity and encourage you to develop your skills from competent to excellent. In addition to this a Performance Coach will help you to discover the power of a ‘confident mind’ by developing a mindset for success. This will include mastering and understanding the importance of the following:

  • Commitment

  • Seeking and using social support

  • Focus and distraction techniques

  • Problems solving

  • How to achieve a high level of quality in your chosen skill

  • Realistic performance evaluation

  • Planning and organisation

  • Goal setting and self reward


This programme enables you to extend your college experience beyond the academic, and into a wide range of other fantastic areas. Across our five sites, you have the amazing opportunity to be engaged outside of the classroom, with learning opportunities beyond coursework to help you develop collaborative and individual higher potential.
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So what can Coleg Cambria provide?

The key to our Rhaglen Bosibl (RBU)/Higher Potential Programme (HPP) is getting you to believe in your own unique potential. Although you might not know what that is yet, you have it, and you can discover and grow your higher potential at Cambria. Below are some opportunities that we aim to provide for your inspiration, exploration, and challenge:


  • Staff to support and foster your higher potential

  • Activities for problem-solving and collaborative learning

  • Additional resources for self-led learning

  • Mentoring opportunities

  • Roles as peer tutors/teaching assistants

  • Creative and experimental challenges

  • Expert visits/talks/Q&A (in situ or virtual)

  • Trips (in situ or virtual) to places/areas/experiences of interest

  • Masterclasses (in situ or virtual)

  • Personal/social skills support/events

  • College/community/industry events and partnerships

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Contact Information

T: 01978 548957

E: ruth.payton@cambria.ac.uk

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