College of West Anglia Isle students help out at Wisbech nursing home

PUBLISHED: 11:14 01 May 2014

College of West Anglia Isle campus students helped out at Glenfield care home.

College of West Anglia Isle campus students helped out at Glenfield care home.

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Students have been gaining valuable experience helping out at a Fenland nursing home.

The Stepping Out Childcare/Social Care students at the College of West Anglia Isle Campus have spent a morning each week doing a placement at Glenfield House Nursing Home in Wisbech.

They have made a good impression with the manager of the home and its residents.

Manager Jude Reeve said: “It is heartwarming to work with a group of young people who want to make a difference to others.”

For more information about the Stepping Out Childcare/Social Care course contact Student Services on 01945 582561 or make an application via the cwa.ac.uk website.

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