Eimear is top of the class

Eimear Quinn from Newtownabbey, a Year 13 student at Little Flower Girls' School has achieved the highest mark in Northern Ireland in a CCEA Health & Social Care A Level unit delivered by Belfast Metropolitan College. Pictured congratulating Eimear are Christine Lynch, (centre) Post-16 Co-ordinator at Little Flower and Monica McGouran, Health and Social Care Lecturer at Belfast Metropolitan College. INNT 39-221-CON
Eimear Quinn from Newtownabbey, a Year 13 student at Little Flower Girls' School has achieved the highest mark in Northern Ireland in a CCEA Health & Social Care A Level unit delivered by Belfast Metropolitan College. Pictured congratulating Eimear are Christine Lynch, (centre) Post-16 Co-ordinator at Little Flower and Monica McGouran, Health and Social Care Lecturer at Belfast Metropolitan College. INNT 39-221-CON
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Eimear Quinn from Newtownabbey, a Year 13 student at Little Flower Girls’ School in north Belfast, has achieved the highest mark in Northern Ireland in a CCEA Health & Social Care A Level unit delivered by Belfast Metropolitan College.

Speaking about Eimear’s success, Belfast Met Lecturer Monica McGouran said: “Belfast Metropolitan College has been working in partnership with Little Flower Girls’ School for a number of years to deliver the Health and Social Care A Level.

“This summer we were delighted to get the news that not only had Eimear come top of her class but also top in Northern Ireland in the adult client groups unit.”

Read the full story in this week’s Times...