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havering college foundation learning students horticulture inclusive skills competition

It is with great pride to announce that five of our foundation learning students have been selected to represent Havering College at the finals of the Inclusive Skills Show, which will be taking place on Saturday 17th November at the NEC in Birmingham.

The Inclusive Skills competitions give young people with learning difficulties and disabilities a platform to showcase their talents, with the aim of improving their self-esteem and confidence. 

Georgia Tugwell achieved the gold position in the Catering heats and Louie Carabine took home gold position in the Health & Life Science heats, with Shane Miles coming close in the silver position.

Our third gold position was earned by Cameron McCrimmon in the Horticulture heats, with Einaras Macijauskas not too far behind with silver.

Dan Spacagna, the current Head of Inclusive and Foundation Learning, expressed his delight at the students’ achievements:

We are very proud of all of our students that took place in the competitions; they all put in the utmost effort and for five of them to make the finals is just amazing.

Well done to all the students that participated in the heats and good luck to the five finalists!

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