By Olivia Parmenter
After studying my Level 3 Childcare Learning and Development course at Seevic College I then continued with my studies as I wanted to pursue my career in becoming a Primary School teacher.
I decided to continue studying at Seevic as I felt the college has a thriving environment with fantastic facilities which were extremely beneficial to me. Seevic College offers a part time Foundation Degree in Early Years which suited me greatly which is why I chose to do this. The Early Years Degree enables me to work alongside my studies allowing me to begin to earn my own money, which I feel is a bonus being able to study and earn money at the same time.
I consider myself as very lucky, being offered this job and it was Seevic College who provided me with this job opportunity.
I have recently been offered a job as a Learning Support Assistant (LSA) in Thundersley Primary School which I am due to start in September. I will be working in the school four days a week and on a Thursday I will be returning to Seevic to continue with my Degree.
I consider myself as very lucky, being offered this job, and it was Seevic College who provided me with this job opportunity. The reason being that Thundersley Primary School was where I completed one of my work experience placements, allowing me to express my skills and capabilities, resulting in the Head Teacher offering me a job at the school.
From my work experience I gained a great amount of knowledge, experience and responsibilities which I feel helped me to develop into the ambitious person I am today, with a goal of becoming a Primary School Teacher.
During my placements I volunteered in various childcare settings such as nurseries, preschools and primary schools which encouraged me to decide what aged children I would like to work with in the future.
I would like to say a massive thank you to Seevic College for providing me with a great opportunity which is allowing to fulfill my dream.