St Catharine's Teachers' Conference 2016

You are warmly invited to attend St Catharine’s College’s first Teachers’ Conference, on July 11th, 2016, aimed at supporting teachers at schools in their work with potential applicants to Cambridge.

There are only a few places left on this conference - please register at your earliest conveinience to ensure a place!

The Conference will be free, and will involve a number of sessions aimed at supporting teachers at schools in their work with potential applicants to Cambridge. Over the course of the day (10.30am - 4.00pm), the College Admissions Tutors and Schools Liaison Officer will provide information on Cambridge and its college system, grades and OFFA targets, as well as advice on supporting students in their A Level choices and applications. The Admissions Tutors will also be on hand to offer guidance relating to the changes to our applications system, in particular around admissions assessments. Additionally, we will offer teachers the chance to attend sample lectures from our Fellowship. A free buffet lunch and refreshments will be offered. Please notify us of any dietary requirements.

Regrettably, St Catharine's does not have the facilities to provide parking for guests. For details of how to get to the college by car and public transport, as well as details on alternative parking spaces, please see this link.

Itinerary

10.00-10.30 – Welcome and Refreshments (McGrath Centre)
10.30-11.10 – Presentations:  What we look for in an applicant (Dr David Bainbridge - Admissions Tutor)
11.10-11.40 – Supporting students: getting to know the subject (Dr Miranda Griffin - Admissions Tutor) 
11.40-12.20 – Supporting students: A Level choices (Chris Waugh - Schools Liaison Officer)
12.30-13.15 – Buffet lunch in the SCR
13.15-13.45 – Sample Arts Lecture 
13.45-14.15 – Sample Science Lecture 
14.15-14.30 – Refreshment break
14.30-15.00 – Helping people make competitive applications
15.00-16.00 – Refreshments and questions in the Bar with the Admissions Tutors and Schools Liaison Officer 

Due to space limitations, we will only be able to host 80 teachers, therefore we ask for only one delegate per school. Interest has been high, and few places remain, so we strongly encourage you to register as soon as possible - please use the form below:

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Under the University of Cambridge Area Links scheme, St Catharine's is tasked with working especially in Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Peterborough and Rutland.