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I am a Geography student. I studied Maths, Physics and Geography at A-level and have continued to use all of this knowledge during my Geography degree. I taught children swimming and tennis for 3 years before I came to university and helped many improve their skills and self confidence.
Home: 54 Crookham Road, Church Crookham, Fleet, Hampshire, GU51 5DH
University: Richmond Terrace, Clifton, BS8 1AD
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I am currently in my second year, studying geography, at the university of Bristol. I achieved a 2:1 in my first year and this year am on target to achieve a first. I am interested in a part time job to support my studies. I enjoy dynamic, demanding environments and I am looking for a job that will challenge me to the best of my abilities. Over the last 5 years I have had several jobs in different areas and in each case, I have over-achieved expectations and goals. This has been through hard work, focus and commitment to the role required.
July 2016 to September 2020 – Customer Service Assistant and Care Homes assistant with Boots the Chemist: (concealed information)
I have worked in two roles at Boots the Chemist in Camberley. I originally worked as a Customer Service Assistant and was promoted to a Care Homes assistant due to my commitment. The Customer Service Assistant role revolves around the customer. This role required me to stack shelves, work on tills and help customers in need. This has helped me improve my social skills and taught me great customer care. More recently I was promoted to Care Homes assistant. This role revolved around supplying medication to care homes efficiently and accurately. This required me to process and pack medication and carry out tasks for the head pharmacist. This improved my teamwork and efficiency. I have been able to apply these skills to my university work and daily life.
June 2016 to March 2018 – Volunteer for the British Heart Foundation: (concealed information)
I volunteered at the British Heart Foundation in Fleet. I chose to volunteer at the British Heart Foundation to give back to my local community. This role revolved around helping people in need. I collected items from donors, sorted them and put them on the shop floor, while also helping customers in store and running the till. I improved similar skills as with my Customer Service role at boots, however, my dedication to helping the customer improved greatly as it was for an important cause. I have been able to apply this dedication to my university work and in my relationships.
September 2016 to September 2017 – Swimming teacher at Rushmoor Royals Swimming Club: - (concealed information)
I worked as a swimming teacher in several locations across Rushmoor County. This role revolved around teaching children how to swim. I planned, set up and taught many lessons whilst also talking with parents and deciding what children progressed. This profession improved my temperament greatly and taught me how to communicate to people effectively in high emotion environments. Ensuring the children were safe when I was in charge of teaching the class was of paramount importance.
September 2019 to present – The University of Bristol: (BSc) Geography with Study abroad
First year units include: Geographical History, Thought and Practices, Introduction to Quantitative Geography, Key concepts in Human and Physical Geography, Sustainable development, and World in Crisis?
Second year units include: Fundamentals of Modern Glaciology, Geographies of Nature and Environment, Research Methods in Physical Geography, Spatial Modelling 2, and The Earth System.
September 2016 to June 2018 – All Hallows Sixth Form College: 3 A-Levels A to B
Subjects studied – Geography, Mathematics and Physics
September 2011 to June 2016 – All Hallows Secondary School: 11 GCSE’s A* to B and 1 AS Level B
GCSE Subjects studied – Biology, Chemistry, English Language, English Literature, French, Geography, Mathematics, Physics, Physical Education, Religious Education, Systems and Technology
AS Level subject studied – Religious Studies.
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