Four learners from the Caring Services programme, Bethany Glover, Bethany Hands, Mason Platts, and Millie Robinson, have been out in our community making links with local employers and spending time with service users as they celebrated Mountview Care Home resident Edna’s 100th birthday in March.
The learners, who are studying Level 3 Health and Social Care, and the T-Level Transition programme, met with Edna at Mountview Care Home in Rothley, celebrating her 100th birthday with nearly ninety handmade cards and a one-of-a-kind blanket knitted by college staff member Susan Bowley.
When asked about their visit to Mountview Care Home, student Bethany Glover said, “It was a lovely care home with supportive carers”.
Sharon Geary, Curriculum Manager for Caring Services added, “Our learners were warmly welcomed and had the opportunity for a tour around the beautiful home. They spent some time with Edna and other residents, and it was lovely to see one of my previous learners working hard and putting all her learning into practice.
I was also able to discuss lots of ideas to work in partnership going forwards and we look forward to exciting times”.
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