Last Updated: 04/06/2020

The Welsh Government announced on 3/6/2020, that FE colleges could re-open from the 15th of June. Their proposal is to open colleges across Wales for students who need face-to-face end point assessments and their most vulnerable students.

Here at Coleg Cambria, we are currently working through the protocols provided by the Government to assess how and when we can open safely. We will not be opening on the 15th of June, but will open as soon as we have detailed plans and risk assessments in place for those students who need to attend. This process could take a couple of weeks as our main priority is the health and safety of our staff and students.

Those learners who need to attend College will be contacted by the College as soon as possible.

Please continue to check the College’s website and social media channels for the official communications from the College.

Other Information

 

Awarding of Vocational/Technical Qualifications Summer 2020

Awarding of Vocational/Technical Qualifications Summer 2020

Awarding of GCSEs and A-Level Qualifications Summer 2020

Awarding of GCSEs and A-Level Qualifications Summer 2020

The College is doing all it can to provide support to essential services and key workers.

Active Kids Club

Any essential key workers with children between the ages of 5-14 should contact their child’s school in the first instance.  If children are unable to be accommodated due to schools being oversubscribed please email: activekidsclub@cambria.ac.uk.

Toybox Nursery

Toybox Nursery is also available for essential key workers for children aged between 3 months and 5 years.  For further information and to check availability please email: toybox@cambria.ac.uk.