Regional Teacher Briefing - Lincoln
Peterhouse and Christ's College, Cambridge will be running a teacher briefing at The Priory Academy LSST, Lincoln on the 10th June from 9 until 1.
The event is completely free to attend. Teachers and HE/UCAS Advisers from Lincolnshire and neighbouring regions can book places using this online booking system.
Booking closes on Monday 2nd July.
The University of Cambridge Regional Teacher Briefings are information and professional development events for teachers, run in local schools and colleges. Their aim is to help teachers and HE Advisers support academic students to make strong applications to highly selective universities. They are particularly appropriate for Key Stage 5 teachers, tutors or Heads of Year and HE, UCAS or Careers Advisers, though Key Stage 4 teachers who focus on academic progression and transition will benefit from them too.
As part of our commitment to our link areas and our contacts in schools in Lincolnshire, Christ's College and Peterhouse have joined with The Priory Academy LSST, Lincoln, to hold a special RTB specifically for schools in this county. This will include presentations and workshops, and will be flexible to the needs of participants. The information that will be covered includes:
- Cambridge Admissions: how the admissions process works and an update on recent developments
- Working with your Cambridge link college to support students
- Preparing in Year 12: supra-curricular enrichment and other suggestions
- Competitive UCAS applications and Personal Statements
- Admissions Assessments and Interviews: how they work and how to prepare
Who would benefit from attending?
The information provided will be useful to anyone new to the process of supporting students through the Cambridge admissions process, but will also offer the opportunity for more experienced members of staff to receive the latest updates and to have their questions answered. The event is open to anyone involved in the UCAS process at their schools, whether a teaching or non-teaching member of staff, or anyone who would simply like further information about supporting students in applying to Cambridge.
Where can I find out more?
Email us at email@example.com if you have any questions about the Regional Teacher Briefing