Welcome to amylouisebrown.wordpress.com
A Small Introduction
As many of you may have already guessed, my name is Amy Louise Brown and I am a current Undergraduate at Brunel University, London.
Born and raised in the London Borough of Hillingdon, I have taken these past few years at ‘home’ to mature and grow into the individual I wish to be. When not at University, I spend my time taking on new challenges and working with others. My other part-time vocations are: Volunteer Events Organiser for St Luke’s Hospice, part-time Teaching Volunteer for Cassiobury Junior School, PALS Mentor at Brunel University and Brand Ambassador for The Disney Store, London.
Despite my many experiences and work placements, it is my ambition to become a Secondary School English Teacher. It is my belief that a fresh perspective, passion and enthusiasm for Literature and the Arts will create a new lease of life in the academic community; instilling a new-found confidence, appreciation and interest within the youth of today. I want to be the Teacher that children look forward to seeing each day and whose lessons they leave with nothing but inspiration.
Navigation for amylouisebrown.wordpress.com
The navigational menu on the top of each webpage will enable you to look at my past projects. The connections I have made and the experiences I have gained all contribute towards my future career through my development of communication/organisational skills and team/leadership experience.
Some of the pages may contain video clips or image galleries, please ensure that you allow pages to fully load before scrolling.
Please click on each of the page tabs in addition to the drop down menus, some of the pages do contain further information.
I am always eager to discuss my experiences and ambitions with others and would be happy to hear from you. Please leave comments below or take note of my email to the left of this column and contact me directly – it would be a pleasure to speak to someone new!
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