We have partnered up with Ray’s Farm in Bridgnorth – An exciting collaboration providing our Vocational Studies learners with a chance to develop hands-on experience with real-life animals.
Vocational Studies tutor Sharon Strange said;
“This is a fantastic opportunity for our learners who have gained so much experience working with animals and the general public – it is a partnership that will continue to flourish!”
Ray’s Farm is home to animals of all shapes and sizes – from Guinea Pigs and Reindeer to Chickens, Owls and Pygmy Goats. Our Vocational Studies learners are developing their skills and knowledge in the care and upkeep of these animals. Abbie Young from the farm said;
Ray’s Farm has welcomed the opportunity to let #TeamKC students taken part in working with animals and birds. We hope this gives them a hands on experience and a real understand of the work and commitment needed to be successful in Animal Care.
The Vocational Studies course provides learners with a solid foundation for progression into Further Education. Learners are given a chance to explore a range of different course areas – allowing them to hone in on their individual strengths, skills and interests. Many of our Vocational Studies learners go on to achive great things on our Animal Care course – run in partnership with West Midlands Safari Park at Levels 1, 2 and 3!
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