Early beginnings[ edit ] The school was founded on 18 Januaryinitially at the site of No. On its first day, only one student, Thomas Lloyd, was in attendance; his brother William had fallen ill.
I am currently in year 11 at Harrogate Grammar School studying: I have not attended all lessons, due to laziness and selfishness. I am struggling incredibly trying to get all work in on the final deadline date.
I am getting a tremendous amount of support from my parents, teachers and peers who still all seem to have a great amount of faith in me I now have a lot of faith in myself as well, to get all the work handed in on time but it is going to take a lot of hard work on my behalf.
Drama has always been of great interest to me and I thoroughly enjoy reading and writing so I feel that getting involved with these subjects will hopefully send me down the right track to where I eventually want to end up In the past I have had many problems with meeting deadlines and attending all lessons but I know how much time I have now wasted and I would really like to be given a final chance to show my abilities I am reliable, I can cope well with pressure, I am a helpful member of the class and can work well in a team, I have good relationships with my peers, I can give and receive criticism at the right times e.
My organisation skills are not always up to scratch, so I think that this can be worked on but I prefer to work in a group so as to get a wide range of opinions so hopefully my peers can help me with this. I am willing to pull out all the stops to get to where I want to be I have had quite a few responsibilities throughout the very start of secondary school.
I came to this school wanting to make an impression so I involved myself in every way I could Firstly I was the female Senate Representative for the year, this lasted until year 8. I attended all the meetings and carried out all tasks that were put forward.
Out of school I was part of the Harrogate School of Gymnastics master-class for just under 11 years but had to leave due to health issues but still attend a couple of classes a week when they need help with the younger classes. Two years ago I danced at the Royal Hall in Harrogate as part of a dance class for ages I really enjoyed working with other girls with the same interests as I have.
I have also attended horse-riding lessons, salsa classes and was a part of Harrogate Theatres amateur drama group for 2 years. In my spare time I enjoy going out with friends, dancing and reading novels I spent my work experience working in a jewellery warehouse where I improved my knowledge of computers and worked together with other employees stock taking and sorting.
I thoroughly enjoyed my work experience and I got a wider view of how businesses work on a day-to-day basis Overall I think I would be a great asset to Harrogate Grammar Schools 6th form, I am really looking forward to coming back to the school next year so I can concentrate on my studies and fulfil my potential I want to continue at university and end up with a career that is both interesting and enjoyable.Sixth Form or College.
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Wimbledon College is a government-maintained, voluntary-aided, Jesuit Roman Catholic secondary school and sixth form for boys aged 11 to 19 in Wimbledon, London.. The College was founded in "for improvement in living and learning to the greater glory of God and the common good."It is affiliated with the Sacred Heart Church and Donhead Preparatory School, its former feeder preparatory school.
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