Thanks to their hard work and determination this year, Level 3 Health and Social Care students are celebrating amazing achievements and University offers.
Jess Sheehan-White (18) from Stamford High School received not one but two unconditional offers to study Psychology at University in September.
She said “ Health and Social Care gives you lots of different options so it’s a great place to start! I liked my teachers, you get lots of support from them but also gain more independence than you get at school which prepares you for uni.”
Jess undertook work experience at Peterborough City Hospital in Pediatrics during her second year of her Level 3 diploma.
Students who study Health and Social Care at New College Stamford progress to a range of different pathways including both Adult and Children’s Nursing, Mental Health, Paramedic Science, Social Work, Therapy and more!
Other success stories worth mentioning are Lara Adoki (17) from Casterton Business and Enterprise College and Sophie Gaches (18) from Deepings School who are both heading to University to study degrees in Social Work in September.
Abigail Brookbanks (19) from Arthur Mellows Village College has been accepted by Anglia Ruskin University to study Adult Nursing and Ella Joslin (18) from Prince William School in Oundle, has been offered a place to study Pediatric Nursing at University.
Harry Byton (19) from Deepings School stood out in front of 1700 other aspiring paramedics to secure himself a fully-funded place to study Paramedic Science at Northampton University.
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From left to right: Lara Adoki (Social Work), Harry Byton (Paramedic Science), Kate Eyre (Health and Social Care Lecturer), Sophie Gaches (Social Work), Abigail Brookbanks (Adult Nursing), Ella Joslin (Pediatric Nursing) and Jess Sheehan – White (Psychology).