Every student, of 64, felt respected and listened to during the course.  Every student also felt confident in making use in practice of what they had learnt.  Feedback from students included:

“Excellent facilitation: very responsive to questions and encouraged participation”

“Lecturer’s discussion style, was one of the best aspects of the course”


“Sheryl has a flexible approach to working within a multitude of children’s health service and academic settings. She has consistently demonstrated an ability to produce work to a high standard, efficiently, and whilst simultaneously managing a range of other practical demands.”

“Sheryl is extremely reliable in terms of working to deadlines. In this role Sheryl talked about how she tries to balance her colleagues’ and students’ expectations and feedback but at the core of this she describes how quality of care and the Code (Nursing and Midwifery Council, 2018) are reflected in the learning outcomes and help her to make the hard decisions when balancing colleagues’ and students’ expectations.

“In this role Sheryl received excellent feedback and she is always professional, kind, empathetic to students needs and always looks at the best solution for students and her colleagues.”

“It is always noted how students and Sheryl’s colleagues report how conscientious she is and always conducts herself with the utmost professionalism, all of which facilitated the smooth running of the Graduate programme. This is noteworthy as it demonstrates Sheryl’s dedication to her work and her ability to remain focused and motivated to pursue positive learning for students whilst ensuring a highly successful programme.”