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GCSE results 2019: Cambridge Regional College

Cambridge Regional College has enjoyed increased success at GCSE among many of its students.

The college is delighted with the results but accepts they are hard to place into statistical format because of the varied student courses available.

But Michelle Dowse, deputy principal of CRC, said: “It’s been great to celebrate the successes of so many young people at Cambridge Regional College today as they get their GCSE results.

Bisorrat Olawole who has passed her GCSE English and can now go on to study for her Social Work degree at Anglia Ruskin
Bisorrat Olawole who has passed her GCSE English and can now go on to study for her Social Work degree at Anglia Ruskin

“Every year though, some young people don’t get the results they were hoping for. Some who secured the grades they expected, are still unclear about what they want to do next.

“The great thing is the choice. Young people in our region have so many options to help them secure their great career. Collecting GCSE results is just one step in the journey.

“As an example, there are vocational qualifications, which combine academic study with practical experience. In fact, in the UK at Level 3, there are now more students studying vocational qualifications than A-levels.Many of these students progress to University.

“There are also apprenticeships for those who want to get straight into a work-based learning environment. Many employers in our region offer great opportunities so that students can learn and earn, whilst undertaking a real job.”

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