Cambridge University beckons for two students who have been offered places at the world-leading centre of learning
Our mission, vision and values drive our delivery of first-class provision and show a clear commitment of support to all students equally.
With a mission to provide outstanding educational opportunities, we will benefit learners and the communities we serve. Doing so will satisfy our vision to grow further as a world-class educational facility, operating with a focus that develops the potential of all.
Following these paths will allow us to play a key role in ensuring the long-term prosperity of our region, through the creation of skills that drive economic growth.
Our values are clear:
Alongside these are key principles, such as being robust so that we can affect change - working to align to the North East LEP priorities is key to this - and being positioned to influence and further shape the skills agenda in partnership with employers and business and funding bodies.
We also aim to:
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