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|Title:||Two Students who care|
|Author:||Doncaster College |
|ID & Publication:||20140311010 ~ The-Villager.co.uk |
Two Doncaster College students studying childcare have been impressing people with their extra curricular activities outside of College.
Megan Tingay, 18, from Intake, Doncaster, is captain of the senior girls 6-a- side football team for the Doncaster Army Cadets Corps of Drums and she recently led them to victory in the regional final for the Humberside and South Yorkshire region. They compete in the national final to be held later this year.
Megan, who is on the Level 3 Extended Diploma Children and Young People’s Workforce course at the College, is quite a sportswoman; she loves all sports but particularly excels at cross-country running and has made the national army cadet finals for two years.
Megan said, ‘ We have to leave the cadets at 18 and I’m not sure about the army now I’ve been to College but I’d love to go back and teach cadets, my main intension is to work in a children’s nursery.’
Abigail McMaster, 19, from Edlington, near Doncaster, works at a MacDonald’s Restaurant at the Redhouse interchange, seven miles north of Doncaster, and she recently won employee of the month. Charlotte, also a Level 3 Extended Diploma Children and Young People’s student, won the award for her dedication and hard work. She is never ill, she is never late and she puts in extra shifts and excels at customer service.
‘ I love doing what I’m doing at Macdonald’s and I really enjoy coming to College but when I’ve finished my college course I would like to go abroad to work… maybe on cruise ships involved in the kids clubs and entertainment or work with children on holiday in places like Cyprus’
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