I have been an Eco Rep at my school for my form for the last 3 years, a role I thoroughly enjoy. Our school was awarded the Eco award ‘The Green Flag’ last year which makes me very proud! Recently, I have achieved A*’s in my GCSE Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Spanish, Latin, Maths and an A in Additional Maths (equivalent to AS level). I have been awarded a scholarship to each school that I have attended; an Academic Scholarship to St. Olave’s, and an All Rounder (academics, sports and musical) Scholarship to Sedbergh School and a Sports Scholarship to The Mount School. I am vice hockey and swimming captain at my school (a role I greatly enjoy, as I love helping others to improve, and being a positive role model for the younger years). I have been an eco rep for my year at school for the last two years; I am now assistant managing director of one of our schools’ Princes Trust groups. I have achieved Grade 6 Saxophone and Grade 3 Singing. I broke a 500 year record for the most individual academic merits achieved at Sedbergh School in Cumbria.
I placed 4th in the National Schools Athletics Tournament for 800m when I was 10 years old, and I won the North East Prep Schools qualifier to the Nationals in 800m in 2006. Furthermore, I have represented York/North Yorkshire for various sports, such as; running (athletics, cross country), swimming and hockey.
Playing musical instruments (saxophone, piano); fundraising for charity; acting; singing; sports (hockey, netball, swimming, running, basketball, rounder’s, lacrosse, athletics, football, tennis, table-tennis, badminton); learning new languages; dancing; gymnastics; astronomy; archaeology; science; teaching others; jewellery making; writing; dancing and many more.
Reading, astronomy, fashion, photogrpahy, recycling, charity work, sport (hockey, netball, swimming, basketball, badminton, table-tennis, tennis, running, rounders, athletics, lacrosse, biathlons), playing the saxophoen (Grade 6), singing, acting, fundraising for charity's, archaeology, science, films, journalism.
To make a difference in the world. I would love to have a wonderful job that I am passionate about and have my own loving family, whilst being able to become a successful role model to all girls, children and adults. I would love to become a flourishing actress, scientist or linguist. I make the most out of everything that I do in life, I am always looking to further improve myself and I enjoy hard work. I believe that one person can make a lot of difference in people’s lives, and I would love to be that person.
I believe that one person can make a difference to the world. I want to be that person. I think it is horrific the damage people do to the environment everyday, and yet there are still people who do not recycle! If I won Miss Teen Earth Girl UK 2012, I would make an active role to encourage people of all ages to act against global warming, in any way possible.