Year 10 have been working on a project called Baby Futures. This project gives them an insight into being parents and the demands that go with looking after a new born baby. They have been working with our babies who act like real new born babies. They can cry, need their nappy changing, need feeding and comforting and can even let us know if the baby has been mistreated. The students have been taking the babies home over night to give them an experience of what having a young baby can really be like. They have also been taught how to change a nappy, make a bottle and feed the baby properly, bond with their baby and bath their babies. The year 10 students have been outstanding and have really demonstrated kind, caring and nurturing sides.
Army Medical Service Sessions
A Christmas Carol
Actors from Quantum Theatre came to HFUTC to give a performance of A Christmas Carol to our students!
Well done to all our students who received certificates and prizes for attendance, improvement and achievements this year!
Macmillan Coffee Morning
We raised £172.43 for Macmillan Cancer Support by holding a coffee morning!
An NHS Nurse holds TCP sessions where students learn the practical side to the medical industry.
Some of the skills they learn include bandage wrapping, basic first aid, blood pressure, oxygen level monitoring, temperature taking, peak flow measurements and basic skin assessments.
The students learn this through using our life-sized mannequins, which simulate different medical needs!
West Midlands Ambulance Sessions
Every week, paramedics from West Midlands Ambulance Service teach our students a day in the life of a paramedic!
The students learn how to use medical equipment and gain an insight on what it’s like to be a paramedic!
Disability Awareness in Nursing
Coventry University held sessions on disability awareness in the nursing industry.
Mr Teather’s Chilli Challenge!
MR Teather grew chillies, tomatoes, carrots and onions in our garden here at Health Futures UTC. He then held a chilli challenge to see who could make the best chilli sauce!
We held an event where staff and students could vote on attributes such as best label, best taste, hottest sauce and more!
Eat Out Eat Well Award
The catering department here at Health Futures UTC has won the Eat Out Eat Well Award!
The award scheme has been developed to reward caterers who make it easier for their customers to make healthier choices when eating out. It is managed by Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council Environmental Health, Trading Standards and Public Health Teams.
Take a look at some of our partners who attend our open evenings.
Christmas Jumper Day
Take a look at some of our fab Christmas jumpers worn to raise money for Save the Children!
DECCA talk on Drug Awareness
DECCA (Drug Education, Counselling and Confidential Advice) came in and held an invaluable session on drug awareness
Black Country Partnership NHS Trust
Mental Health Talk
Black Country Partnership NHS Trust came to give our students a talk on mental health.
PC Treasure’s talk on social media awareness
PC Treasure joined us at the UTC to talk to our students about the dangers of the internet and how to stay safe.