Anna was grateful that her A-Levels introduced her to topics that she studied at university for her health and social care degree. She is now training to be a teacher.
“My A-Levels provided me with a vital introduction to behaviour theories that I have used throughout my health and social care degree.
I was extremely grateful to return for a work experience placement in the health and social care department at Sunderland College when they in preparation for my PGCE PCET. It may sound cliché, but I do feel that in some ways I have never quite left Sunderland College, as I still feel that the College has continued to support me since I have left.
After my A-Level results I started my mental health nurse training but after 6 months I had to leave my course due to poor health. However, after a few months into my recovery, I went to Sunderland College Washington Campus to study Level 2 health and social care. This allowed me to stay in education until I started my health and social care degree. The college helped me to feel that I still had a purpose in life.”
Anna progressed to the University of Sunderland and gained a degree in health and social care. She is now studying a PGCE PCET in order to teach health and social care.
Maths and English are everywhere! They are important life skills that will help you to achieve your best in your studies and to progress to your dream career. A GCSE Maths and English qualification could be the difference between being accepted onto a university course or getting a job promotion.
Our achievement rates are well above the national average.
We are the College of the Year.
(*Top college nationally for BTECs, Pearson 2019)
100% of our HND and HNC students progressed to employment or further study.
(*Destination data, academic year 2016/17, HNC 19+)
We have recently invested £50 million in our facilities.
Student-athletes representing Sunderland AFC are celebrating after winning a tournament featuring some of the country’s biggest football clubs.
May 20, 2022
A-Level student Olivia hoping for more medal glory this year after stepping up to English Karate’s U21/Senior Kata squad.
May 12, 2022
Students were recently challenged to create an innovative logo that would be used as part of an exciting new safeguarding and wellbeing initiative
May 9, 2022