A confident and effective communicator who is driven by a passion to help those less fortunate than myself. For years I have tested my team-working skills, as well as my independent capabilities through committing myself to numerous activities and opportunities, inspiring me to advance these skills to allow me to help an even wider range of people through part-time volunteering. I have wanted to pursue a career in a non-profit organisation, for many years after doing short terms of volunteering and wanting to expand to a group of people whose lives I can help make a positive change to.
-Five months as a part-time catering assistant at ‘Planters Garden centre’.
Duties: maintaining a high standard of the catering department, producing meals in a high-paced environment and serving foods, as well as working on the tills and maintaining the cleanliness of the restaurant.
-One week in Dordon Primary School as a teaching assistant.
Duties: being a responsible figure within the school, running reading sessions for children aged between 6 and 10, keeping the immediate environment safe for children to use, supervising the playground as safety was paramount.
-One week in The Rawletts School as a teaching assistant.
Duties: planning and carrying out appropriate lessons for years 7-11, running an assembly on the importance of education and student welfare, inspecting equipment to ensure it is safe for use, assist in the weekly student drop-in session (offering mental and physical support for students).
-One week in Philip Barnes & Co as an accountant.
Duties: to communicate with fellow accountants and clients to accurately interpret complex data from the clients’ accounts, to organise the surrounding workplace.
-One year as the Young Ambassador for Sport for Young People in the Midlands, after being a Young Leader for a year previously.
Duties: Organising other Young Leaders in my school and area, arranging sporting events in schools and planning activities for young people who are not given the opportunity to be active, such as in under-privileged or under-performing schools.
I have been dedicated to Taekwondo for 12 years, competing and medalling in the British Championships, as well as gymnastics for 8 years and competing at county level. I am a very social person and love debating in lessons at school and so I am currently undertaking my A-levels and hope to complete a degree in History and Politics at university.
GCSE: Religious Studies (A*), History (A*), English Literature & Language (A, A), Physical Education (A), Classical Civillisation (A), French (A), Triple Science (B, B, B), Maths (B)
AS Level predictions: English Literature (A), History (A), Psychology (A), Religious Studies (A), Extended Project Qualification (A)
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