Degree Students Graduate in Childhood Studies
Posted on: 15th July 2015
Brock has celebrated the graduation of its first cohort of BA (Hons) Early Childhood degree students. Whilst the College has successfully provided Higher Education courses for many years, this is the first time full degrees have been awarded.
Eight full-time pathway students graduated with a BA (Hons) in Early Childhood, a degree delivered in partnership with the University of Chichester. Having already completed a HND or Foundation Degree, the students undertook additional studies over one or two years at Brock and all were successful in gaining either a 2:1 or a first class degree.
Lisa Bell, Head of Early Childhood at Brock, said: “I’m delighted that all our students have gained their degrees and to such a high level. Their hard work and the support from our teaching staff has ensured this success and I now look forward to seeing them progress in their careers.”
Gemma Newman (pictured left) one of the graduating students, commented: “I’ve really enjoyed the course and have learned so much. I’m thrilled with my results in achieving a First Class degree and I now plan to continue onto Teacher Training in September.”
You can learn more about courses in Health & Social Care and Childood Studies here: https://www.brock.ac.uk/adult-skills-training/childcare-early-years/
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