This week Health and social care students at our Enfield centre were given a talk on British values by Anthony Robinson, CONEL's Quality and Learner Experience Manager. The students discussed ‘British values’ and what they thought they were, as well as taking part in interactive discussions on their favourite and least favourite parts of living in Britain.
One of the students Awla Semakula said “We discussed the pros and cons of living in Britain and it was good to see my peers' opinions and see things from others' perspectives.”
This enrichment session took place to teach students from all around the world about British values. This helps merge cultures, which is specifically useful in a college as diverse as CONEL.
Anthony Robinson said “We teach this to promote the British values within the college. These enrichment sessions allow students to explore their own cultural backgrounds whilst merging them with modern British values”
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- Last Updated: 11 April 2018