During her secondary years, Chloe Francis attended Lea Manor High School, Luton. Upon completion of her GCSEs Chloe moved away from formal education, following unforeseen personal circumstances but after several years in employment, she felt that the only way to achieve her true potential, was to return to education.
Michael Killick, Games Development Lecturer at Cambridge Regional College (@CRC_College), has been nominated for the BAFTA YGD Mentor Award, an accolade that is presented to an inspirational individual involved in the education of young game creators in the UK.
Level 3 radio and journalism students at Cambridge Regional College (@CRC_College) got the chance to see how the BBC works under lockdown when they sat in on a Radio 4 interview with lecturer, Andy Darley.
Daniel Kimber always had a keen interest in sport, but it was after choosing GCSE Physical Education that his passion really began to develop as he started to explore the theory side of sports. As his interest in pursuing a career in sport grew, Daniel knew he wanted to focus his attention on football, so started to explore Post 16 options.
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