Forge students at Cambridge University

We recently ran a year 11 trip to Cambridge University through our partnership with The Access Project (TAP). A group of our students showed great maturity whilst meeting students and staff at one of the greatest educational establishments in the world.

The day was planned to inspire, excite and energise our students and there were discussions with the University’s students and staff where Forge students were able to have the opportunity to ask a variety of questions about life at the University. In a lecture theatre full of 250-plus fellow students and staff, Gurjivan was selected to ask a question.

Tracey Beech, TAP coordinator at Ormiston Forge Academy, said: “This event was an excellent opportunity, the students enjoyed the auspicious surroundings of Cambridge University.”

The year 11 students who attended are looking forward to sharing their experiences with the rest of their year-group and we are know that the trip will be spurring them on to apply to Cambridge or another top university to continue their education after Forge.

Jivan Singh and Josh Baker with Stephen Hawkins Clock at Cambridge.

Jivan Singh and Josh Baker with Stephen Hawkins Clock at Cambridge.

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