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Scarlett Sylvester

Scarlett Sylvester

Miss.

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DOB - 02/12/1995

Term Time Address - 76 Hanover Street, Mount Pleasant, Swansea SA1 6BE

Permanent Address - 9 Berryfield Way, Carterton, Oxford, OX18 1GS

When I`m not indulging my creative side, I enjoy being active and am a member, and regular attender, of The Gym in town as well as attending yoga classes regularly. I enjoy taking care of myself and find myself restless if not busy. I love a challenge and work both equally well in a well constructed group as I do independently.

I am an avid reader and enjoy reading multiple different varieties of genre. Reading very frequently from a young age I feel has helped my language skills and expanded my understanding of others. It didn't take me long to start to feel the need to write my own novels, with a lot of constructive criticism and practice, I soon developed my own style and was awarded the position of Editor on a publisher website for young writers, I feel this helped me learn the importance of perseverance and taking on others opinions.  

I am extremely eager to work and feel I would be a valuable member to any establishment looking for new employees.  I`m a friendly, approachable and ambitious individual who would love nothing more than to be working once more. 

Work History

Work History

Crew Member

Dec 2013 - Sep 2015
McDonalds

Quickly being singled out as a quick learner and eager employee, I was trained on all aspects of the store and had completed a vast majority of the Station Observation Checklists. I learned the importance of doing a job well yet efficiently, the importance of how you present yourself to customers and how that can affect a situation, being able to separate yourself from external distractions that may detract from the quality of your work and maintaining a healthy work/life balance.

Volunteer/ Event Organsier

Oct 2013 - Dec 2013
Rising Stars

Given that I planned to take a psychology degree at university, I thought that working with mentally disabled children would give me a valuable insight into varying differences in perception, communication and just a  general better understanding of interacting with people who are different to myself. It was a thoroughly enjoyable experience, a highlight of mine being teaching one boy with down-syndrome how to do a seat drop on the trampoline without assistance. It was very satisfying being better able to communicate and keep the children happy as my understanding of each of their individual needs grew, a trait I think has served me well through my first year of university and my current job.

Volunteer

Aug 2012 - Nov 2013
Red Cross

Being a friendly and approachable person, I spent a vast amount of my time there working on the till and among the customers where I checked the stock, answered any questions and made sure pricing was up to date and fair. The experience taught me the basics of what was required of myself as an employee and gave me confidence in working with customers.

Education

Education

Psychology and Counselling Ba

Sep 2014 - Jul 2017
University of Wales Trinity Saint David

In the hopes of one day working with children as a counsellor, I was lucky enough to find this degree and quickly submitted my application. I was soon accepted and am now, a year later, entering into my second year after having passed my first with an average of a 2:1. I am thoroughly enjoying my degree and am eager to carry on expanding my education in an area that I find so enthralling and interesting. 

 GCSE's - A Levels

Sep 2007 - Jul 2014
John of Gaunt Academy

I attended John of Gaunt through years seven to thirteen where I worked hard to gain thirteen GCSE's including a C in Maths, A in English and a C in French Language. 

Through my A levels, I pursued English Literature, Psychology, Sociology and Sports Leadership Level 3, all of which designed to help me in my intended future of going to university. My efficient studying and copious amounts of effort meant I was able to secure an A in Sociology, B in English Literature and a C in Psychology, enabling me to carry on my education further. 

With these A Levels, I was also given a passing grade in Sports Leadership as well as first aid training and a child protection certification. Not only did this award me further UCAS points, but it gave me a great deal of confidence in my leadership abilities as well as keeping me healthy.