Jodie Haynes started Kidderminster College on a Level 2 Childcare course and progressed to Level 3 in Health and Social Care. Jodie is dyslexic, however she completed her full time qualification with an overall grade of triple distinction, an outstanding achievement in itself.
Alongside this, Jodie re-sat her GCSEs in Maths and English and achieved a C grade in both. Gaynor Edgar, Health & Social Care Tutor said:“The sheer effort and determination shown by Jodie in order to complete all qualifications taken with such good grades is a superb achievement.”
During the second year of her Level 3 course, Jodie organised a ‘Go Orange’ day in order to raise money for muscular dystrophy. As Jodie has a brother with this condition and is a genetic carrier herself, this was something that was very important to Jodie, and the event was a huge success.
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