The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London held a Health & Social Care and Early Years taster morning for Northumberland Park School students on Thursday 16 June at the Tottenham Green Centre.
The students took part in three interactive workshops that gave them a better insight into studying Health & Social Care or Early Years at College. The music workshop allowed the students to get in touch with their inner child as they chose an instrument and performed individually and as a group. During the dance workshop, the students explored movement and learnt the benefits of exercise for all ages. The creative arts workshop involved the students creating collages, using marble, bubble and blow painting.
|Northumberland Park School Students in a Creative Arts and Music workshop|
Northumberland Park Student, Amina Mohamed said: “The activities today helped me build my confidence whilst I worked with others. I enjoyed the music workshop the most as it allowed me to have fun and be creative. I learnt what activities to use when working with children and today has given me an idea to study childcare after school”.
Diane Liversidge, Assistant Head Teacher of Northumberland Park School stated: “All the students attending today have an interest in Health & Social Care or Early Years, so it is excellent for them to have this opportunity to work with tutors to get an insight into this area. CONEL put on interactive and informative workshops that the students enjoyed”.
- Last Updated: 11 July 2016