Joyce achieved a double distinction in her Level 3 Health & Social Care course and an A* in A-Level Sociology. She is currently studying for a Bsc in Adult Nursing at King's College University. When she graduates, she would like to do a Masters degree in a nursing-related field.
The staff at St Charles are very supportive, especially the form tutors. Whenever I had any issues, my tutor always found time to provide any assistance and support I needed, whether it was to do with academic issues within College or any personal problems.
What I liked best about St Charles was the various opportunities to socialise and make friends. As well as that, the College has allowed me to exceed academically. My predicted grades were , DD, A and I managed to achieve these top grades. My teachers pushed me to work to the best of my ability, which allowed me to achieve the grades that I got: D*D*, A*
St Charles provided me with the opportunity to improve my confidence and communication skills. In my first year, I participated in weekly wellbeing Action Alliance sessions, which helped me to better my teamworking skills and meet new people.
Seeing the Careers Advisor and looking at the opportunities that he sends out to students is something I really recommend students to do as they are very helpful. They helped me a lot when I was writing my personal statement for my university application.