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Learn from previous student personal statements here. We have collated over 700 personal statement examples to help you on your university journey and to help you with how to write a personal statement.

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A personal statement is a chance to tell your university all about you - a good personal statement is one that showcases your passion for the subject, what inspired you to apply for the course you’re applying for and why you think you would be an asset to the university.

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What is a personal statement.

A personal statement is an essay written by a student applying to either a college or university. A personal statement is written and then uploaded to UCAS and is then attached to any university applications that the student may then make.

If you need more information check out our personal statement advice articles .

How to write a personal statement

There isn't a clearly defined personal statement template for you to use as each person's statement is different.

When it comes to writing a personal statement for universities, your personal statement should touch on your passions, your interest in the course, why you're applying for the course and why you would be an asset to the university you're applying to.

Talk about the clubs and societies that you belong to, any work experience you may have and any awards you might have won.

If you're still looking for information check out our article on how to write a personal statement .

How to start a personal statement

When it comes to starting your personal statement, the best thing to do is to be succinct and to have enough tantalising information to keep the reader informed and eager for more.

Your introduction should touch on your personal qualities and why you are applying for the subject you're applying for. Keeping things short and sweet means that it also allows you to break your personal statement up, which makes it easier for the reader.

We have plenty of advice for students that are wondering about what to include in a personal statement .

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This article was last updated 14 December 2021.

With applications for UK undergraduate uni courses due in January, it's all starting to feel pretty real. The deadline is on 26 January 2022 for a majority of courses.

Whilst it might feel a bit overwhelming, your personal statement is a great chance to tell your chosen universities all about yourself and why you're passionate about the course you're applying for. But how do you know what makes a good statement? We caught up with StudyTuber and second-year student, Fran Tchapdeu (aka Simply Fran) , to get her top tips.

University is such a massive personal and financial investment, so it's so important to pick the right subject for you. I can assure you that, once you have, writing your personal statement will become less so of a chore and you'll actually start to enjoy it a lot more cos you're writing about a subject you really enjoy and you're expressing those interests.

We have to remember that, at the end of the day, these admissions tutors are reading through hundreds of personal statements every single day of students who are probably going to say they have a similar set of skills, such as communication and organisation. So we want our personal statements to stand out with unique examples of when we demonstrated those skills. Also, avoid just listing work experiences that you did. I really recommend reflecting upon what you actually learnt from each individual work experience and why that furthered your passion and interest in the degree that you want to do.

Now my third tip for your personal statement is to be yourself. The personal statement is very much that – your personal reasons for wanting to do that subject. A really good way of conveying this is that, when you're proofreading or redrafting your statement, look at it line by line and ask yourself: "does this sentence convey my personal passions and reasons and enthusiasm for doing this subject?" If it doesn't, maybe consider rewording it so it does.

Now my fourth point is to remember that your personal statement is almost like an essay. It's so important to remember that your personal statement must have a really good flow to it. As I said before, admissions tutors are probably spending hours reading through statements and it's so important that we try to make it easier for them by making our statements enjoyable to read, easy to read and also grammatically correct. A really good tip that I got from some of my teachers is to open all of your paragraphs off with a key sentence – a sentence that your whole paragraph will focus on and develop. Integrating your personal experiences with bursts of knowledge of the subjects you've been studying at A-levels can be a really nice way of structuring your statement.

Now my fifth tip is to be aware of the ratio of extracurricular activities to academic and super-curricular activities that your universities expect from your personal statement. Extracurricular activities are anything that you gain skills from but isn't directly related to your school work. Now super-curricular activities are things that are almost a development of the stuff you're learning at school. So books that you've read that relate to your History class, documentaries that you've watched that relate to what you were doing in GCSE Biology. For your more academic universities or science courses, they may expect a lot more super-curricular activities and academic activities. For more vocational courses, they may expect you to have more extracurricular activities and this may demonstrate that you have a lot of transferable skills.


There's no right or wrong way of writing your statement. As long as you're able to express yourself in a unique, creative way, this is absolutely fine. Don't think that you need to fit any kind of stereotypical mould. Universities want you to be yourself – they celebrate diversity and they want to see students from all walks of life with a range of experiences and interests.

Don't feel that you need to fit any stereotypical mould... universities want you to be yourself – they celebrate diversity and they want to see students from all walks of life.

More on Fran's top tips

1. make sure it's the right course for you.

As Fran explains, making sure you've picked the right course for you is essential for keeping motivated both in writing your personal statement and once you get to uni! She recommends asking yourself the following three questions to suss out if you've made the right decision:

2. Don't just list skills – give examples

Giving really solid examples of how you've demonstrated different skills or what you've learnt from different experiences will show the admissions tutors that you mean business. Here's a handy example from Fran's personal statement showing the difference between just listing skills versus demonstrating those skills:

3. Be authentic. Don't try to be someone else!

Getting your own voice, personality and passions across is really important, so your prospective universities can get a sense of what makes you tick. It's also important not to fall into the trap of accidentally copying bits of other people's statements, such as example statements you've seen online. They might be worded particularly nicely but be aware that the UCAS system has plagiarism software to make sure your work is original, so keep it true to you!

4. Get the details right. Grammar and structure count

OK, OK, we all know grammar is important, right? But what if it's just not your strong point? Fran suggests seeing if your teachers at school can help out, such as English teachers and subject teachers for the course you're hoping to study. If your school or college has a UCAS applications administrator, they could also be a good person to ask. Bear in mind that they may be getting requests from a lot of students so try to approach them early if possible! Or you could always call on a grammar-savvy friend or relative to help you dot the i's and cross the t's.

5. Balance academic and non-academic activities

As Fran says, different courses and universities may require different ratios of academic (super-curricular) to non-academic (extracurricular) activities to be discussed in your personal statement. To find out what your chosen universities expect, Fran suggests checking on their website for the information. If you're struggling to find it, she recommends seeing if there is a contact listed for their admissions team, who should be able to point you in the right direction.

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For students applying via UCAS for an English course, this personal statement can act as a guide. Please do not copy and paste any part of it as you will be caught for plagarism. This resource is only to be used as an example to show what a good personal statement should contain.

This personal statement was used in 2018 to apply for English at: University of Birmingham = AAB offered King’s College London = AAA offered Queen Mary’s London = BBB offered (unconditional offer) Queen’s University Belfast = AAB offered Warwick University = AAA offered

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When applying to a Psychology course it’s important to write a strong psychology personal statement . Use our psychology personal statement examples as a guide for writing your UCAS application . Below are 3 examples you can read.

Personal Statement Example For Psychology

With every academic paper and publication, I read since studying Psychology at GCSE, my interest in the subject has grown. In light of my fascination with behaviour and the mind, as well as my interest in science, Psychology is my chosen subject for further study. It is extremely important to me to continue learning and building upon my knowledge, and I am passionate about engrossing myself in this subject at university.

At present, the debate of nature versus nurture is the most significant area of academic psychology that I am interested in. As a result of my interest in this argument, I have read Philip Zimbardo’s Lucifer Effect, which has furthered my intrigue and guided me in new directions. My fascination with environmental influences on human behaviour, and the idea that our surroundings can influence how we treat others, is greatly enhanced by my exploration of these concepts. Through my undergraduate degree, I hope to pursue research in this field of persuasion-based behavioural studies based on Cialdini’s principles of social influence.

Weekend jobs have helped me broaden my skill base and diversify my already acquired competencies while in school, as I have been able to widen my skill base and diversify my competencies. Having worked in a Deli with one other colleague gave me the opportunity to develop my organizational and motivational skills. We ran the shop alone and worked both as a team and alone while providing high-quality customer service under pressure. I gained confidence in my leadership abilities and also learned how to function well within our small team, hit set targets, deal with customers, and assist my colleague when he was short-handed. I feel prepared for large workloads, pressured deadlines, and projects involving both team and individual work, as I have made an effort to prepare myself for the demands of higher education by having these skills while studying psychology – the benefits of having these skills will be invaluable whilst reading psychology.

As a credit controller for Harlands Services, I have developed my analytical and statistical skills and developed my eye for detail. As a result of examining and investigating unpaid contracts, my critical and numerical skills have greatly improved; I am confident of my capabilities in this field and look forward to applying them in the future. Having this position at Harlands has also been valuable – it has taught me persuasive tact when dealing with outstanding payments, and it has illustrated the benefits of dealing patiently with sometimes abusive clients. In order to develop these communication skills, I worked in the community teaching skateboarding – communication is an essential aspect of psychology, and I intend to use this aptitude in practical seminars and in projects that require interviews and verbal testing.

My ambition is to continue my studies and pursue a PhD, eventually leading to a career in academia. As part of my postgraduate studies, I am interested in the British prison environment and rehabilitation process, as well as institutional aggression. During my undergraduate studies, I realize that these interests can be developed, or even superseded.

As a member of The British Psychological Society and avid reader of The Psychologist, I have attempted to academically prepare myself for my undergraduate course over the past two years. In addition to providing excellent insight into world news and opinion, The Economist also provides informed writers and a diverse range of viewpoints. Being able to study at university offers us many opportunities to positively influence our environment and to support others. I value being aware of global events and issues.

My dedication and perseverance show that I am motivated to study psychology for academic reasons as well as to acquire the crucial skills required to be successful in college.

My career will be launched with this undergraduate degree, thus my expectation and motivation are already very high. As someone who studied psychology at both the GCSE and A Level, I feel prepared for the challenges that lie ahead and am eager to meet them with the knowledge and abilities I have gained from work experience and education, as well as those I have yet to acquire.

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Growing up, I was fascinated by psychology after experiencing a psychiatrist and researching Milgram’s Electric Shock Experiment. People can apply potentially fatal shocks to innocent people, and neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine can shape a person’s mental state. As a result of these early exposures, I developed a passion for psychology and a desire to specialize in childhood development psychology to help others navigate their own internal struggles much as my psychiatrist had helped me.

This desire was further reinforced when I had the opportunity to serve as a reading mentor to a group of children, including one with autism. This role allowed me to work with a diverse group of children, hone my patience, and observe firsthand the impact of various learning styles. I also initiated a mentoring program for children with Type 1 Diabetes, drawing on my own experiences with the condition to provide support and reassurance. My work in a pharmacy and participation in campaigns to raise funding and awareness for diabetes research have also given me valuable experience interacting with patients and advocating for their needs.

In addition to psychology, I am currently studying sociology, and business studies, and have previously studied government and politics. Group work and presentations are a regular part of my studies, enabling me to strengthen my teamwork and presentation skills. One of my favourite theories that I have explored in psychology is Bowlby’s attachment theory, which delves into how children form attachments and how these shape their development, ultimately influencing the person they will become.

Over the last 5 years, I have volunteered at a local independent charity shop on Saturdays and during my last 5 summer holidays, I volunteered three times a week. I am entrusted with a great deal of responsibility, including handling the day’s banking. I am also actively involved in campaigns to raise funding and awareness for diabetes research, including participating in walks and writing letters to my local MP. In my free time, I enjoy listening to psychology podcasts from the University of Oxford, such as “How is depression treated?” These podcasts have provided me with insight into the evolution of treatments and the varied effects of physical and psychological therapies such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.

I also gained practical experience collecting qualitative and quantitative data as part of a joint study between the University of Manchester and the University of Bristol on cyber-safety. Aside from attending lectures, I also worked with final-year undergraduates on their projects at the University of Bristol’s Brain Week. During his research, one student examined the effects of alcohol on coordination while driving. In spite of its brief duration, this experience was extremely enlightening and sparked my excitement regarding the possibility of attending university, deepening my knowledge and understanding, and possibly conducting my own research.

Health Psychology personal statement example

I am excited to apply to study psychology at the university level as someone who has always been fascinated by how the mind works. My interest in this psychology first developed during my time at King David School, where I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to participate in a psychology research project as part of the UK secondary school competition. This experience sparked my curiosity and passion for understanding the complexities of human behaviour, and I knew that I wanted to pursue this further.

Throughout my time in secondary school, I was an active member of the psychology club, where I enjoyed discussing and debating various psychological theories with my peers. I also took an extra-curricular psychology course, which allowed me to delve deeper into the subject and develop a greater understanding of its various sub-disciplines. In addition to my coursework, I also completed several independent research projects on topics such as the effects of social media on mental health and the role of attachment in romantic relationships. These projects further fueled my desire to explore the psychology and deepen my understanding of the human experience.

Outside of the classroom, I have always been drawn to helping others and have volunteered at a local mental health clinic, where I was able to witness firsthand the impact that psychological support can have on an individual’s well-being. This experience further solidified my desire to enter psychology and make a positive difference in the lives of others.

I am confident that my passion, curiosity, and dedication to psychology make me an ideal candidate for this program, and I am excited to have the opportunity to continue my studies at the University level. I believe that the combination of my academic achievements and real-world experience makes me uniquely qualified for this program, and I am eager to contribute to the dynamic and diverse community at the University.

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How to Write a School Leaver CV [Template & Examples]

How to Write a School Leaver CV [Template & Examples]

School’s out, the world of work awaits. Stop worrying about your lack of experience and learn how to write a school leaver CV recruiters will love.

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You’ve learned a lot at school but there’s one thing they didn’t teach you. The best way to write a CV. 

That’s understandable, your teachers weren’t all career experts. But thankfully, we are, and you’re about to learn how to write a school leaver CV designed to show off your strengths and impress recruiters.

Don’t be worried about your lack of experience. You don’t need decades of work history to write a good CV. You just need to learn some simple strategies to create a CV that’s professional and on point.

Read on and you’ll see a school leaver CV example you can adjust and make yours. Plus, you’ll learn an easy formula for writing a cv for school-leaver jobs that will land you 10x more interviews than any other school leaver CV template out there.

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Energetic and eager to learn student in final year of A-levels seeks opportunity to gain experience in customer support. Hands on experience in customer service through Prince’s Trust Volunteering and a dedicated, ‘can do’ attitude. Looking to develop my skills as a customer support trainee with Ataco Inc.

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April 2019—Present

  • Developed interpersonal and customer service skills meeting and greeting visitors who want to hire a bike on the estate.
  • Gained knowledge of basic health and safety principles through carrying out safety checks of bike paths. 
  • Maintained excellent time management and reliability with a 100% attendance record for all assigned shifts.
  • Time management
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Decision making

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  • Football. Player for Clapham United WFC U-21 team and volunteer coach for the U-12 girls team.

I’ve just told that you need to write a CV if you want a job. But if you’ve never written one before you’re probably wondering what a CV exactly is.

A CV, which is short for curriculum vitae, is a document that contains information about you that tells employers about your education, skills and experience.

You then send your CV to employers when you make a job application, and they read it and use the info you included to decide whether or not they want to interview you for the job.

So now you know what a CV is, it’s time to learn how to write one.

Here’s how to write a school-leaver CV:

1. Use the Best Format for Your School Leaver CV

A school-leaver is a person who has just left or is about to leave school, having completed their studies. The purpose of your school leaver CV is to show that you’re an excellent candidate for employment despite your lack of experience. 

Youth unemployment remains high and is currently increasing . It’s a tough job market. But there are a few things you can do that will instantly give you the edge over the competition. Graduate at the top of your job-hunting class by creating a professional first impression. Here’s how.

  • Choose the right type of CV format . The best choice for a school leaver CV is the chronological format. It’s the classic format that recruiters are most familiar with and it’s fully compatible with the ATS software that scans your application.
  • Use the best settings for your CV layout . Page margins should be set at one inch on each side, text should be left-aligned with no justification and you should double space between each CV section. This creates plenty of white space , which makes your CV easier to read and helps the recruiter find the info they need.
  • Choose a professional CV font . Cambria, Arial and Helvetica all look great. 
  • Less is more, don’t overdo it. The best CV length is no more than two pages, and for a school-leaver, one page is even better.
  • Unless the job advert says otherwise, save your CV as a PDF to keep your formatting intact.
  • Don’t attach your photo or include any personal info like your date of birth. 

Pro Tip: Check, check, and check again. Spelling and grammatical mistakes can ruin your chances. Use your word processor’s built-in spell checker, run your CV through a writing app like Grammarly and have a friend check your work. A perfectly presented CV is instant proof of your writing proficiency, one of the top soft skills employers want.

2. Put Your Contact Details in Your CV Header

Your CV header is the very first lines of text that contain your name and your contact information. Here’s what to include.

  • Your full name
  • Phone number
  • Email address. And make it a professional looking one based on your name.

You don’t have to include your residential address. It’s not relevant and it just takes up space you could use for more important information. 

Read more: What to Include in a CV: Essential CV Sections

3. Write a School Leaver CV Personal Statement

Remember your English classes? When it came to creative writing the most important thing they would've drummed into you is writing an exciting introduction. You need to grab the reader’s attention and hold it so they’ll keep reading all the way through. That’s exactly what your school leaver CV personal statement does. It acts as the crucial intro to your CV story. 

3–4 sentences is all you’ve got to make the hiring manager take notice. But don’t let that scare you, just use these three simple questions as your formula and you’ll make the recruiter hungry for more.

  • Who are you? 
  • What can you offer to the employer? 
  • What are your career goals? 

Answer these questions differently depending on whether you have any experience or not. If you’re like most school leavers and you don’t have any experience, then do this.

  • Make a list of your skills, strengths and experience. Focus on your education and any extra-curricular activities you participate in, such as sports. Highlight anything that would help you perform well in the job you’re applying for.
  • Now choose 3–4 items from your list that match up with what’s listed in the job advert. Then combine them with passion for the role, and knowledge about the employer to prove that you’ll be a good fit. 
  • This is what’s called ‘tailoring’ your CV to the job, and it’s one of the best things you can do to improve your chances of success.

If you’ve had some work experience while you were at school and you’re applying for a job in the same industry, then do this.

  • Make a master list of all your selling points as an employee. Include all of the experience, skills and abilities you have that make you a ‘must hire’ candidate.
  • Then re-read the job description in the advert, make a list of the skills and experience it demands and match it up with 3–4 points from your own list.
  • Use these points to write a personal profile tailored to the job you’re targeting

Regardless of your experience, this section is easier to write if you leave it until last. It’s much faster when you’ve got everything else all set out and ready to refer to.

Remember: Don’t make it about you, make it about the employer. Applying for a retail job? Don’t just talk about how much you love that particular shop, that’s about you . You’ve also got to mention how you could offer great customer service and improve sales, that’s about the employer .

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4. Include an Education Section

Usually this section would come after your work experience. But on a CV template for a school leaver it’s best to put your education first. At this stage of your career it carries more weight than your work history. 

  • Include the name of the school you went to, its location, and the years you attended.
  • List individual subjects for your A-levels. 
  • For GCSEs you generally only need to list Maths and English, many employers look for passes in these subjects as a minimum requirement. But—
  • If you have a GCSE subject that’s directly related to the job you are applying for then do mention it. 

5. Complete Your School Leaver Work Experience Section

If you have no experience whatsoever then feel free to omit this section. However, it’s vital to include any experience you do have. Any work experience at all is a big advantage when you’re writing a school leavers CV. Here’s how to do it right.

  • List your most recent job first and work back in time from there listing any previous jobs. That’s the reason this type of CV format is also called reverse chronological.
  • For every entry, write your job title, name of the employer, dates of employment (use “present” as the end date if you’re still working there), then write up to six bullet points describing the job.
  • Start each bullet point with a CV action word like undertook, acted as or produced to give them added impact.
  • Try to include measurable achievements, not just your duties. The trick is don’t just say what you did, show how well you did it.
  • Always tailor your CV work experience section to the description in the job advert. Highlight what the employer is looking for and match your experience to what’s required.
  • Use the CAR (Challenge-Action-Result) formula to structure your bullet points. 

Let me explain that last point in more detail. It’s a simple way of adding more impact to your bullet points. A way of showing the hiring manager you’ve got the ability to make a positive contribution. Look at this example:

  • Reduced excessive spending on office supplies by negotiating a discount with a new supplier , saving £200 per month .

There’s a challenge , too much money is being spent on office supplies. An action , negotiating a discount. And a result , an impressive monthly saving. It quantifies that saving too, and that just means saying how much it was by writing the actual number. It’s another important way of showing an employer exactly how you can help

Pro Tip: If you have no experience at all then be proactive. There are plenty of ways to gain that all important experience. Try volunteering for a local charity. Check if your school or college organises work experience placements or contact the Prince’s Trust . Any experience you can get will be a boost to your CV.

Want even more good CV advice? Check out our guide: 20+ CV Tips and Advice for Job Application Success

6. Show Off Your School Leaver CV Skills

When writing a CV for a school leaver you need to highlight your skills. And I don’t mean your ability to down 30 Nando’s extra hot chicken wings in 30 minutes. This is all about skills that’ll impress employers. Here’s what to do.

  • Go to the job advert again, read the job description and list which skills are mentioned.
  • Now write a list of your own skills, refer to your education and work experience sections for inspiration. But also think of any skills gained from other parts of your life experience too.
  • Ultimately you’ll want to list 5–10 skills on your CV. Include some that match with the job description but don’t be afraid to also include skills that are universally desirable, like interpersonal skills.
  • Aim for a mix of soft skills and hard skills . 

These skills would look great on a school leaver CV.

Skills for a School Leaver CV

  • IT skills (name the programs you’re familiar with)
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Negotiation
  • Adaptability

Read More: Best List of Skills to Put on a CV [Top Skills & Examples]

7. Add Additional Sections to Your School Leaver CV

There’s one big problem with your average school leaver CV. They all look pretty similar. There’s no career history to distinguish between each candidate and that makes it tough to stand out. But there’s an easy way of customising your CV to stop you getting lost in the crowd. Add some additional sections. Here’s how.

  • Can you speak another language? Foreign language skills are needed at all levels of the workforce and are a great choice for a school leavers CV.
  • Include hobbies and interests on your CV. They’re a great way of making you more relatable to the recruiter, it’s proven we like people who are like us . It can also demonstrate your abilities. E.g. painting and drawing shows you have a creative mind.
  • You could also include projects, achievements, awards and volunteering. Anything that’s relevant to the job and makes you stand out as a good candidate.

Read more: Best Hobbies and Interests to Put on a CV

8. Consider a Cover Letter

I know what you’re thinking, who actually writes a letter these days? But in the world of recruitment, cover letters are still a pretty big thing. More than half of employers still say they’re a must-have. Writing a cover letter to accompany your school leaver CV is another great way of making your job application stand out.

Here’s how to write a cover letter in no time.

  • Use the right cover letter format .
  • Put a ‘hook’ in your cover letter opening . Show energy and passion, and include an impressive achievement that’ll make you stand out as a candidate.
  • Demonstrate how your skills and experience will help you to excel in the job you’re applying for. Like your CV, tailor your cover letter to each new job you target.
  • Put a call to action in your cover letter ending asking to meet or schedule a phone call to discuss the job further.
  • Stick to the right cover letter length .

Read more: What to Include in a Cover Letter for a Job [15+ Examples]

One last tip for you. Follow up your job application. If you haven’t heard back within a week, contact the employer by email or phone about the status of your application. It’s a great way of improving your chances of landing an interview. In fact, 22% of hiring managers are less likely to hire a candidate who doesn’t follow up.

And that’s it. You’re all set to write a school leaver CV that’ll get your working life off to a great start.

Plus, a great cover letter that matches your resume will give you an advantage over other candidates. You can write it in our cover letter builder here.  Here's what it may look like:

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Thanks for reading. Have I covered everything you need to know about writing a CV for a school-leaver? Do you need something more specific, like a cv for 16 year old school leaver template? How about more cv examples for a school leaver? If you’d like to know anything at all about how to write your first CV, let me know in the comments section and I’ll be happy to help.

Jacques Buffett, CPRW

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In my early education, reading and writing were a challenge. At age nine I received a diagnosis of dyslexia bringing with it extra support from the school. This gave me a real determination to overcome my disability. It drove me to study hard, achieve high GCSE and A-level grades and go on to achieve a 2:1 in criminology at the University of England. Although this is not a national curriculum subject, working through and coping with my dyslexia at university helped me nurture my own love of learning. I aim to emulate the support provided to me to ensure that no child is left behind in their learning due to barriers they may experience. I believe that being dyslexic will give me a unique insight into the support requirements of dyslexic children but I am aware that children face many other personal, social and emotional challenges alongside learning disabilities. Recognising these barriers and helping each child to have the confidence to succeed is one goal I hope to achieve as a teacher.

I began spending one day a week, then two days a week in a primary school, which has strengthened my love of learning. I spent time in both Key Stage 1 and 2 classrooms and have so far completed 40 days in a school. I observed lessons such as English, maths, Spanish, science and art, listened to pupils read, and went on to work with small groups. I started to grasp lesson planning and discuss with teachers' current educational issues, such as the changing curriculum. I was able to observe how different teachers handle classroom and behaviour management, particularly picking up on the importance of maintaining an assertive yet sympathetic style. This all shapes my classroom practice to become more effective, for example seeing someone moving up a reading band as a result of the extra time I gave to them. Recently I saw a child making good decisions with their behaviour as a result of the plans we made together. I am gaining experience currently with a year three class of 30 children, working with them one-to-one, in groups and leading the whole class. Learning to think on my feet numerous times a day is challenging but rewarding, especially when I receive positive feedback on my lessons.

For the past two years I have been a volunteer leader with my local Cub Scout group, consisting of 30 boys and girls aged between eight and ten years. This encompasses weekly meetings, trips and overnight camps. During camps, along with the other leaders, I am responsible for the children's physical and emotional wellbeing. I need many of the skills I have seen in the classroom to be an excellent leader. A highlight was being able to use my craft and sewing skills to instigate and lead a mural making project with the completed mural now proudly displayed in the scout hut. Resilience, good judgement, enthusiasm, energy, patience, creativity, responsibility, leadership, reliability and stamina are all essential. Being a volunteer leader has helped me grow my confidence, leadership and communication skills, which I look forward to bringing into the classroom.

Through my studies, work experience and volunteering, I have received and given feedback. I know how essential it is to provide constructive feedback that will help the recipient learn and develop rather than become demoralised. I have witnessed teachers providing meaningful and specific feedback to pupils and how this raises their self-esteem. I have learned from this and practised it in my own interactions with children, with positive results.

I wish to specialise in working with Key Stages 1 and 2 as I feel it is demanding but hugely rewarding to work with children at this vital formative period in their educational development. I am aware that the children within each class could be at vastly different levels in relation to their abilities.. Being able to confidently ascertain their levels and differentiate the work accordingly is something that I know I will need to master.

I achieved high grades in law, biology and statistics at A-level. I believe these subjects have provided me with a broad knowledge base to enable me to teach the full primary national curriculum. Even though I didn’t study any design-related subjects at college, I do consider myself a creative person so would relish the chance to teach subjects such as art, music and drama alongside the core subjects of English, maths and science.

My criminology degree provided me with many relevant skills including data analysis, essay writing, critical analysis and research. I also developed the ability to work to a deadline under pressure, both independently and in groups, something I feel is directly relevant to teaching. Learning about the social inequalities in society alongside modules on safeguarding have provided me with a deeper insight into the affect these things can have, not only on a child but also the family and wider community. 

During my degree I undertook a one-month work placement with a homeless charity. I was tasked with trying to find valuable work experience to boost the self-esteem and self-worth of the individuals. This was a humbling and eye-opening experience. I met some truly amazing people both within the charity and among the service users. The many knock backs I received from companies helped to build my resilience and determination culminating in successfully finding an organisation that was willing to offer experience and training in the catering industry.

I believe that schools should be a safe and welcoming environment where children feel comfortable to express themselves, which in turn will aid their ability and willingness to learn. I hope that I will one day be able to provide this to all the children I teach.

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