Philip, now aged 21 from Daventry,joined the Pathway to Progress course as a non residential student in 2008. He settled into College life very quickly and as his confidence grew he made many new friends.Philip was able to meet many of his individual targets that were set. One of his many achievements were completing a 10 mile sponsored walk where he helped to raise money for the Pathway to Progress residential trip. He also helped to make gifts in craft lessons to sell at the Christmas Bazaar.
In Philips 2nd year on Pathway to Progress, he moved into the College residential accommodation. He is supported in caring for himself, doing his own washing and making his own lunch, looking after his money and taking part in a range of social activities and events. Philip enjoys living at College, with 5 other students who are on different courses within General Education. They interact with mainstream students by attending the social events provided by the College welfare team, such as: discos, quiz and karaoke nights.
During his 2nd Year, Philip is completing 4 modules on the Asdan Towards Independence Award, one of the modules is the Residential Challenge. Philip and his peers have just returned from a five day trip to Lincoln. This proved to be an invaluable experience for all students.
Philip will be moving onto Brixworth Nursery Farm after completing 2 years at Moulton College.
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