Early Years, Health & Social Care

Our Early Years & Health and Social Care courses are designed to cover a range of topics providing you with the knowledge and skills required for a career or further study in the industry. Our highly qualified and experienced teaching staff ensure that all students have up to date access to a wide range of expertise and specialisms. Many of our teachers are dual professionals having worked across the sector.

Ms Roberts  
Curriculum Leader of Health, Social Care and Early Years

Ms Roberts has been teaching at the college since she qualified as an NQT in 2014 specialising in Psychology and Social Sciences. Since joining the College she has taught across various different levels and courses including on the Nursing Cadets, Access to Midwifery, Criminology, Health and Social Care and Psychology. Ms Roberts has recently taken on the role as Curriculum leader for the department and thoroughly enjoy working with the team and with the learners that enrol with us.
 Ms Middleton
Teacher of Health and Social Care

Ms Middleton has been teaching at the College since 2012 and has taught a mixture of Health and Social Care and Childcare. Previous to working at the college she worked in high schools teaching Health and Social Care and Travel and Tourism. She completed a PGCE for teaching once I qualified in my degree and completed my Level 3 in Health and Social Care whilst teaching.
Ms Wheeler 
Employability Co-Ordinater

Ms Wheeler previously worked in primary schools and nurseries in Salford and was a teacher here in college. She said “Part of my role involves processing DBS’s and monitoring students work experience placements.” 
Ms Glennon 
Teacher of Early Years

Ms Glennon has 15 years industry experience in early years settings from nursery nursing and teaching assistant positions to managerial roles and 1:1 support work with SEND.
Her degree covers working with children aged 0-7 and professional development.
Ms Seder 
Teacher of Social Sciences

Ms Seder’s background is in Psychology and she completed her undergraduate degree at The University of Huddersfield. Prior to teaching at college, she was teaching GCSE English in a variety of school settings. At the college I currently teach Health and Social Care, Psychology and Criminology.
Ms Beckett
Teacher of Early Years

Ms Beckett is an experienced teacher with previous vocational employment. She worked in a Montessori Private Day Nursery for several years in a Supervisory role and was a mentor to apprentices. With a degree in Childhood Studies, she is currently reading for a MA in Educational Leadership.
Ms Smith
Nursing Cadet/ Health & Social Care Employability Coordinator

Ms Smith is a Registered General Nurse, Registered Sick Children’s Nurse, Neonatal Special and Intensive Care Nurse.
I have worked at the college for 24 years both as a Teacher and in my present role as Nursing Cadet/Health & Social Care Employability Coordinator.
Ms Coombes
Teacher of Health & Social Care

Prior to working at the college, Ms Coombes was the Early Years Special Educational Needs Development Office for Greater Manchester. As well as working for the college I also carry out numerous roles for an Awarding Body relating to Health and Social Care.”
Ms France
Teacher of Health & Social Care

Ms France has various experience working within education from SEN, nursery, primary education, high school and many more. She actively works with a homeless charity in Manchester enabling her to have continual in-service experience.
Ms Jacobs
Teacher of Health & Social Care

Ms Jacobs background is in Psychology and Complementary Therapies. She is also a published author on the subject of mental health and the effects of psychogenic amnesia. Her main area of interest lies within mental health and well being and She is passionate about education and supporting all students to achieve their potential.