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Health & Social Care star student secures an impressive university place to study Social Work

Warrington & Vale Royal College student Hannah Ruddle has received a fantastic offer from Liverpool Hope University to study Social Work. Hannah, former pupil of The Winsford Academy, has excelled throughout her Level 3 Health & Social Care course, and is looking forward to further developing the skills she has gained at college. As part of her course, at the collegeā€š Winsford campus, Hannah completed several work placements which allowed her to build up a wealth of experience in preparation for a future career within the Health & Social Care field. Hannah feels her tutor Alison Hetherington also helped her prepare for life after college, stating that; "my tutor has given me an insight into the work environment." During her time at the college, Hannah appreciated the high level of support she received, saying; "I strongly believe the best aspect of studying at this college is the fact no matter what, there is support and guidance available." Alison Hetherington, Health & Social Care Curriculum Manager, has taught Hannah for the past two years and is incredibly proud of what she has achieved. Alison describes Hannah as extremely determined and dedicated; "Hannah has shown her dedication to her career by working within the childcare field in a local setting and in a setting which cares for adults and young people with particular needs." Alison also says Hannah was a pleasure to teach and admires how supportive and empathetic she was to her fellow students during her time at college. Alison describes Hannah as a "true inspiration to others" and is looking forward to hearing all about her experiences at university.
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