I have completed three years of my in BA (Hons) History degree course at the School of Oriental and African Studies. My fervour for History stems from my love of conversation. I have always been captivated by hearing the story of others and sharing my own. I feel that this remains relevant outside of the discipline of history and can be utilised in a multitude of ways. I am a very sociable young person with a strong general knowledge developed from my multicultural background and genuine interest in other cultures and history. I have a natural confidence with a lot to offer in conversation and new circumstances. I enjoy the company of others and I work well in groups. This has enabled me to further my listening and empathetic skills. I live with a condition called Cerebral Palsy which affects the movements of my lower limbs. Although this makes everyday living tasks demanding I have learnt to embrace challenges
Graduated with a first class in BA History
I was project leader in my school and wider community's black history month celebration. I coordinated presentations and interactive displays for the school.
I worked in teams to coordinate lesson plans to teach primary age children Portuguese and French