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The 3 Reaching Wider Partnerships are working with the Open University to support adults into Higher Education


Deeside - Olympian helps launch at Holywell



Reaching Wider Mid Awards 2017

    Coleg Ceredigion

  What About Me (Sharon and Kate with Ryan Stokes HEFCW)


Bright Sparks

Ysgol Sandycroft Flintshire!



Coleg Ceredigion Motor Vehicle Students recently attended GE Aviation in Nantgarw, Cardiff. 




Conference - Pipelines to the Future - March 2017





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Girls in Engineering Club

Ran in partnership with Coleg Cambria, this project aims to increase the number of year 8 and 9 girls from Communities First areas to consider Engineering as a possible career. 23 girls from years 8-9 participated in the first level engineering course. The majority of girls want to follow a career in engineering, those who did not want to follow a career in it still found it enjoyable and informative.


STEM Family Challenge events 

In partnership with Engineering Development Trust, these events aim to engage and inspire students together with their families into STEM showing them the different routes and courses available and raising awareness that positively alters the image of STEM careers. The STEM Family Challenge has been designed to engage, inform and highlight to families the benefits of courses and careers available in STEM as well as give them the opportunity to work in teams on a fun family ‘hands on’ STEM activity through an evening event. The event focuses on STEM career guidance by giving students a taster of STEM in its broadest context, demonstrating how this fits into the ‘real’ world of work and the pathways available to them.


Bright Sparks programme

In conjunction with Theatre Clwyd the Bright Sparks programme uses performing arts to raise the awareness and importance of STEM, to pupils, parents, carers and teachers, highlighting the skills and local employment opportunities that will/ are available locally and nationally. 


• Raise the Awareness of STEM with Pupils, Teachers and Parents

• Raise the Awareness of Employment opportunities local, national and international

• Use interactive fun to engage young people STEM, Skills and employers:  

• Learning through self-discovery

• Inspiration through empathy

• Team work

• Communication skills

• Confidence building

• Exploration of STEM and its application in day-to-day living.

• Encouragement of long term aspiration to careers in STEM related activity




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