Careers Wales would like to invite parents and carers from Wrexham to accompany their child to the Choose your Future Event.
Date: 11th October 2023
Location: Ramada Plaza Hotel, Ellice Way, Wrexham LL13 7YH
Time: between 12:30pm and 6:30pm
12.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. for schools 3.30 to 6.30 p.m. for parents, guardians, careers and the general public
Choose your Future - Toolkit
Ramada Plaza - Table Plan
Year 11 Careers Advice - Applying to college/looking for jobs or apprenticeships
If any pupil would like to make an appointment to have a video chat/or conversation for help/advice with looking at careers or college options, including making applications and support for looking at jobs/apprenticeships, please e-mail or phone the school's careers officer, Mrs Mandy Williams at
Direct Number: 02920 84 6514
Careers Wales Information
Course Work Timetable
Please use link to access the list of course work (headlines) that has been set for all the learners on the college courses. Please can pupils be reminded to log onto their college Google accounts, and join in with their weekly remote sessions during session times on Tuesday/Wednesday. The tutors can also be contacted at any time during the weekday should they need 1-1 support with anything. - Link
Coleg Cambria and Bersham Road
Pending further advice from the Welsh Government, face to face delivery will resume at Coleg Cambria Grove Park site and Coleg Cambria Bersham Road site from January 18th onwards. Until the 18th January, remote teaching / work is available for all learners online and as per current arrangements. Any further updates will be communicated as soon as possible.
If you require any further information, please contact your child's Head of Year in the first instance.
Y11 Transition Support for AS level
As part of the all-Wales continuity of learning programme, the consortia and a range of schools have produced a set of materials to support current Year 11 students in their transition to AS study next year. In the link below there are transition booklets for a range of 23 AS subjects, designed to support students in the development of the skills and knowledge needed to move to the next stage of their studies. This should prove helpful in maintaining learning in what is a very difficult period for this cohort of students.