Ofsted Monitoring Visit February 2019
We were delighted that Ofsted recognised the improvements that have been made to Health Futures during their visit in February this year. Amongst other things they identified improvements in the quality of teaching and in behaviour. They were also very enthusiastic about the new curriculum that will be implemented from September 2019 which is designed around the core care values of Respect, Communication, Empowerment, Dignity, Confidentiality, Safeguarding and Anti-discriminatory practice. To view the full report click here.
Health Futures A level results – 16 August 2018
Staff and students have celebrated some fantastic results and destinations at Health Futures today. Pictured are Laura Toal, who achieved 3 A’s in biology, chemistry and maths and Kane Harris, with A* in biology and chemistry and A in maths and the extended project. Laura will be studying medicine at Birmingham University and Kane dentistry at Manchester University.
Health Future’s vision is to prepare young people for future careers in health and social care and science professions. Students have chosen a range of degree specialisms including nursing, physiotherapy, pharmacy, biomedical science and paramedics.
Principal, Ruth Umerah said, “Students come to Health Futures to start their careers and their destinations are as important to us as their qualifications. The links we have established with employers in the health care sector present our students with fantastic opportunities. I am extremely proud of their achievements.”
Any students wishing to join Health Futures Sixth Form in September should contact them through email@example.com or on 0121 794 2888.
The open day for students wishing to join in September 2019 is on Saturday 13th October 2018.