So that we can ensure that all Members of the Churchill College community stay healthy and safe, things will look a little different when you next come to College. But you can find everything you need to know on our new Coronavirus Guidance page From the latest research from the University to what you should do if you have symptoms, and from the provision of College services to minimising the risk of transmission, you'll find all the answers to your questions here.
Usually we would be delighted to welcome your school to Churchill or to come and see you and your pupils in your setting. The University as a whole will not be engaging in face-to-face outreach activity until the first few months of next year. So we have set up these Virtual School/College Visits.
This session provides an introduction to Churchill College and the University of Cambridge. Its main focus is on ‘subject matters’ and guidance on how to choose A-Levels (or equivalent) in order for pupils to make a stronger application for their chosen degree course.
There are a number of video resources below, which we think will be helpful for this topic. Of these, you can choose the ones which that are of an appropriate length and that are particularly relevant to your school/college.
Further videos can also be found on our YouTube channel and, in particular, the Virtual Churchill playlist. So do have a look at these to further customise your 'visit'.
In addition to these videos, you will find some further website resources and Virtual Tours below. We hope you can use the resources to create a tailor-made Virtual School/College Visit that will offer appropriate information and guidance to your pupils.
For example, a visit might include:
- 'Welcome to Churchill'
- 'Introduction to Cambridge'
- 'What characteristics do we look for in prospective students?'
- 'Why good exam results are important?'
- 'How many A-Levels should I take?'
- 'How should I go about choosing my A-Level subjects?'
This would take 25-30 minutes, plus some extra time to explore the Informed Decisions website and the Virtual Tour.
You will find information about our Admissions Tutors and Student Ambassador live Q&As here:
Our events and Open Days will also be advertised here:
A simplified Word document version of these pages is available here:
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3) 'My Churchill'
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2) 'Churchill in 3 Words'
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1) What is a supervision?
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2) What is a Cambridge College?
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3) What opportunities does studying at Cambridge offer?
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7) Choosing Subjects and Universities (Sidney Sussex)
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