Education Partnerships Team - Queens' College Cambridge

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Do you want to raise aspirations of young people and open their eyes to the opportunity of going to university? Queens' College Cambridge support young people applying to university. They also support teachers around writing references and supporting young people write personal statements.

Queens’ College Cambridge are keen to work with schools, teachers and students from Bradford schools. Their school liaison officer Siân Bex is based in the Bradford district and is happy to visit schools to talk about applying to Oxbridge, preparing for interview, super-curricular and preparing for university in the future, an introduction to Cambridge and on a range of other subjects.

The college also run a number of different projects across the year including Roadshow in approximately March each year, where students from Cambridge visit local schools to talk about their experiences studying in Cambridge, a year 10 essay competition in the summer term, the year 12 study programme HE+ and a visit to the Cambridge open day for year 12 students. They can also put together programmes to suit individual schools including visiting events in schools for careers events, speaking to student who are looking to apply and some visits to Cambridge for interested students.


Queens' College Cambridge are also work with teachers and other school staff to deepen their understanding of Oxbridge or the UCAS application process including delivering sessions from Advancing Access and to work with parents or community leaders who might be interested in finding out more.


Published: 28/02/2022
Audience: Headteacher, careers lead, head of sixth form, pastoral leads
Contact: Charlie Jerram

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