Health and social care

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Jacqueline Foley
Health & Social Care, Levels 1, 2 and 3

Beijing, Shenzhen and Hong Kong are just some of the places Jacqueline taught in the past. She enjoys discussing UK legislation and issues surrounding health and wellbeing, and with six years under her belt she’s already helped many students in their learning journeys.

Pam Flowers
Health and Social Care, Level 3

Pam particularly enjoys teaching second-year students by helping them plan, design and present health education campaigns. Before joining the college in 2014, she worked across many health and social care settings, including at Leeds General Infirmary, and even worked as a fitness instructor back in the day!

Sue Robson
Early Years, Level 3

Having worked with children for over 30 years, Sue is no stranger to Early Years settings, social care and playwork. Her passion lies in linking theory to practical activities, and her students can expect to spend lots of time in outdoor and woodland environments as well as the classroom.