Student Experience and Enrichment

Coleg Cambria offers students opportunities to take part in enrichment events that add to their overall student experience. All learners are invited to take up these opportunities.

Sport

There are many opportunities to participate in a variety of sporting activities – from “one-off” taster sessions for beginners through to “longer-term” commitments representing the College in one of our many Sports Teams.

Student Voice

Get involved and make a difference.

Student Voice portal

What is Student Voice?

Student Voice is how students in Coleg Cambria get to have a say become involved in helping to shape their college.

A transparent process means that two Student Presidents and Governors are elected every year by the student body to make sure that students and their views are involved in aspects of college life, from the creation of clubs and societies to making decisions on the Governing Body. 

Class and Campus Reps shape the work of the Presidents making sure that any student has a route to express their view and get involved!

Click the Student Voice Website for an insight into what is going on. https://sites.google.com/a/cambria.ac.uk/test2014-15/

How your voice is heard?

Every class elects Class Reps in September so if you’re interested put yourself forward by letting your tutor know. Elected Class Reps run regular meetings and attend Rep Review meetings to discuss cross College student issues. It is important that if you want to change something or give your opinion that you tell your Class Rep.

You can even run for election!

Become Student president or Vice President and boost your CV and experience.

Music and Drama

For those who are experienced musicians or performers through to those who are starting out. Fully equipped professional theatre, recording, drama and dance studios available to all.

Duke of Edinburgh

The DofE gives all young people aged 14-24 the chance to develop skills for life and work, fulfil their potential and have a brighter future. It is a program of activities that leads to a well-recognised accreditation. Find out more at www.dofe.org.

Community & Volunteering

Working with local organisations, learners can help to make a real difference in the community. Coleg Cambria has strong links with many community groups these offer many opportunities for learners to volunteer and can provide learners with valuable often life changing experiences.

Clubs and Societies

Get involved in lots of college clubs and societies that enable learners to meet and take part in activities that with others who share their interest.

Groups develop all the time, mainly student initiated.

  • Debating Groups
  • Otaku Groups
  • Welsh Clubs
  • Young Carers Groups
  • Dance and Drama Groups
  • Sports Groups
  • Pennant Society
  • Band
  • Choir
  • Maths Workshops
  • Christian Groups
  • and more….

See what’s on – link to our “what’s on page” on our Student Mobile App

Student Diversity Group

At Coleg Cambria we put Equality and Diversity at the centre of everything we do. If you want to be involved in promoting these values and celebrating diversity, join this group.

Wellbeing

Benefit from accessing a range of activities that support your own personal wellbeing. The college will aim to support such activities by working with learners to develop appropriate spaces and resources.

Enterprise

Coleg Cambria is a truly enterprising institution and we strive to create a range of fun, practical opportunities for you to improve your entrepreneurial skills, create new networks and connections and to enhance your business knowledge and experience at Wales’ newest educational institution.

Link to Enterprise area on the Cambria Website

Be Your Own Boss + Career Coach

Clubs run every two weeks across our sites.

Monday: Yale LRC 12.15 – 13.15
Tuesday: Llysfasi Learning Zone 12.00 -13.00
Wednesday: Bersham Rd LRC 12.15 – 13.15
Thursday: Deeside Learning Zone 12.00 – 13.00
Friday: Northop Learning Zone 12.00 – 13.00

Check Cambria App for dates/times or email enterprise@cambria.ac.uk for an appointment that suits you.

Chaplaincy

The Chaplaincy Team is here to support all students and staff, whether they consider themselves to have a faith or not. We are here to listen, support, pray.

A Chaplaincy Room is available for prayer, reflection or simply just to have some quiet time at both Deeside (near main reception) and Yale sites ( in Student Services).

To find out more about our events and groups please go to our website http://chaplaincy.cambria.ac.uk/?page_id=316chaplaincy@cambria.ac.uk