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Cadbury Photography students' work featured in national lockdown exhibition At Home

Fragile by Layla Wildman

Cadbury Photography students' revealing portrayal of life in lockdown is now live in the national At Home online exhibition opened by the Department for Education.

Striking images produced by A Level Photography students Hamza Ali and Layla Wildman and AS Level Photography student Ellie-Mai Holmes–McClure have been selected to feature in the prestigious online exhibition launched by the apprenticeships and skills minister Gillian Keegan today.

The Sixth Form Colleges Association photography exhibition showcases the life of sixth form college students during lockdown and expresses their feelings about living at home during a global pandemic. More than 140 students from 46 colleges submitted contributions.

Key worker Ellie on NHS frontline

Former Health & Social Care student Ellie is now working for the ambulance service

Big shout out to Ellie Moldrik who is on the frontline for West Midlands Ambulance Service!

Ellie, who studied Health and Social Care, Performing Arts and Music at Cadbury Sixth Form College, works for the Non Emergency Patient Transport Service (NEPTS).

Ellie says: “I play a key role in getting patients who are eligible and need additional medical support on their journey to their hospital appointments, and I also do hospital transfers and take people home from hospital when they are discharged. Some patients may need to be carried up and down stairs, some may be in a wheelchair and others may need a stretcher so it all varies.”

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