Health and Social Care Take a Trip to London
Recently our Level 3 Health and Social Care learners took a trip to London.
The aim of the trip was to encourage the students to learn and gain an understanding of London’s rich medical history, while also experiencing the amazing sights the city has to offer.
Learners explored Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole's historical impact on medicine at the Florence Nightingale Museum, located on Lambeth Palace Road in South East London.
The museum offers an abundance of rich learning opportunities, from tours to their popular ‘Meet Miss Nightingale’ series, which gives learners a chance to hear live, factual performances from actors taking on the role of Florence Nightingale herself.
After spending the day at the museum, the students were able to enjoy some live music at the Hard Rock Café, followed by a stroll past Buckingham Palace and some shopping in Oxford Street.
Our Health and Social Care students thoroughly enjoyed the trip and were really able to develop their knowledge and understanding of historical healthcare practices.
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