Kulvir’s son was born with a series of health issues and needs extra support to attend and learn at school.

Seeing the special bond Kulvir has with her son and the way she related to other children, a teacher at the school suggested she should consider training to work with children.

Jumping at the chance to have a career doing something she loved, she enrolled at Northfield Centre on a Level 2 Supporting Teaching & Learning course.

Juggling a demanding homelife while succeeding on this challenging course is difficult. However, Kulvir has immersed herself wholeheartedly into her course. She is always among the first to complete homework and pushes herself to go the extra mile with her coursework. If all this wasn’t enough, Kulvir has made the most of the flexible online learning opportunities at BAES. So far, she has completed courses on understanding autism, ADHD and the role of the SENCO, ready to use this extra knowledge when she starts her first job.

She not only excels at college but the headteacher at the school where she has her placement is full of praise too:

"Kulvir has been with the Year 2 class for a few weeks now, and in that time, she's built relationships with all of the children in the class, in particular a core group of children she has been supporting regularly in class. She has a lovely manner with the children and is extremely willing to get involved and support in any way she is needed."

As Kulvir approaches the end of her course she is applying for jobs. She also plans to continue her education by progressing onto the level 3 course. We are sure, with this amazing dedication and attitude, she will go far.

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