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Students attend disability event at Streatham Leisure Centre!

Students Isabel and Louisa attended a disability fair at the Streatham Leisure Centre. The students had an opportunity to enquire about volunteering and find out other information about their local community. They met and spoke with a member of the Metropolitan Police and discussed how they could stay safe in the community.

This event was a great opportunity for both students as they were able to identify who could support and keep them safe in the community. Isobel said ”I will be able to use the information given to me and explain to my peers what safety in the community is when I get back to college”.

Outcomes for learners are outstanding, teaching, learning and assessment are excellent and the extremely diverse programmes that meet learners’ individual needs, interests and aspirations, prepare them very well for life after College.
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