Feb 17HSC campaign

Health & Social Care Campaign - posted 23rd Feb

The BTEC Level 3 in Health and Social Care students planned and delivered a health promotion campaign in the college Atrium last week for students and staff. The campaign was organised for one of their units, ‘Promoting Health Education’. As a group they looked at issues affecting people both locally and nationally and decided to deliver the following information and talks on:

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dementia cafe

Health & Social Care Run the Dementia Cafe - posted 23rd Feb

The volunteering with people affected by Dementia in the Borough got under way by our Health and Social Care students on 9 February. The four students who at Level 1 started delivering information sessions and fundraising in the college last year will now be volunteering once a month at the Dementia Café for Haringey Housing Trust. They are now on the Level 2 Extended Certificate in Health and Social Care.

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Offers for RG

Russell Group Offers - posted 6th Feb

Our second year students have a year and a half’s hard work behind them, and the reward for this hard work is starting to show as offers rush in from Russell Group universities. Just two weeks after the UCAS deadline passed, there have already been nineteen offers for places at Russell Group universities, with more hopefully on the way.

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Russell Group at Warwick - posted 3rd Feb

In late January, a group of 25 Russell Group Forum students travelled to the University of Warwick. Russell Group Forum Coordinator Tom Carding explains why: “First of all, I think it is very important for our students to think about the opportunities for university life that exist outside of London – in this case, in a beautiful, leafy campus university. Secondly, and even more importantly, two of our high achieving students from last year are now studying at Warwick.” 

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A-Level Psychology Trip - posted 13th Dec

As part of the A-Level Psychology compulsory unit on Issues in Mental Health our Yr2 students visited the Bedlam Exhibition on Tuesday 13 December.

‘Bedlam’, the word became a general term for asylums but it originally referred to the Bethlem Royal Hospital in London, which was founded in the 13th century and still provides mental health care today. The exhibition focuses on the lived experiences of those who inhabited asylums or created alternatives to them. It juxtaposes historical material and medical records with individual testimonies and artworks that reflect or reimagine the institution, both as a physical and a virtual space.

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