Cambridge University beckons for two students who have been offered places at the world-leading centre of learning
The Student Ambassador Representative (STAR) Programme is your opportunity to shine. You’ll get the chance to express your views on college activities as well as representing your class mates and the Sixth Form as a whole to the outside world through a variety of different activities.
Becoming a Student Ambassador not only gives you the chance to have your views heard within the College and add to your CV; you’ll also have the opportunity to get involved in parents’ evenings, awards ceremonies, open events, Marketing and Public Relations.
The Student Council is a voice for you to help shape your experience while you study. Have your say on a range of topics from what goes on in your classroom to the extra-curricular activities you would like to get involved in. This means we can all help to make Queen Alexandra a great place to study and to be part of. You can get involved as a course area representative on the Council and other College committees; take part in student surveys and focus groups; or even become a student governor.
Being involved in the Student Council is a useful accolade to add to your personal statement or CV and shows your ability to work independently as well as part of a team as an ambassador for your college.
A Tyne Metropolitan College art student’s depiction of Donald Campbell’s famous Bluebird speedboat in all its racing glory has been praised by the engineer who salvaged the craft from the lake where it crashed.
Students at Queen Alexandra Sixth Form College are providing important support to disadvantaged youngsters and other young people through a pilot maths, literacy and exam preparation partnership.