Chelsey Wakefield

I go to Robert Clack school, and I will be in year 10 in September. I was born on the 28th of September 1989 in Dagenham. I lived in Barking, where I attended Gasgoine school until year 2, and then I moved to Dagenham, were I attended William Bellemy, and Grafton junior school. I live with my mum, and my dad lives in Rayleigh.

My hobbies include horseriding, karate, listening to music, and singing. I also play the piano and I am learning the guitar. When I am older I would like to be a forensic psychologist. Below is a picture one of my friends, Adeena Watts, drew of me. I don't think it looks a lot like me though.

I have chosen to do a project on malaria VS west Nile fever.

The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

We are working with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. They figure out new cures and vaccines for diseases which are not always found in this country. They also teach people about these findings, and about different diseases. They are now helping us young people learn new things to maximize our potential. The school itself is amazing, and my favourite part is the labs, and the insectory. And they have a massive library. After walking around the school I realized that there is much more going on behind the scenes than what you might think!

The experts.

Carolyn Stevens - all rounder

Chris Grundy - Geography dude

Mary Cameron - Dustmite extraordinaire

David Conway - Powerpuff Prof.

Gareth Weedall - Dexter

Kenny Hermansen - Spiderman (because he is good with the web!)

Erik Stein - Dinnerlady

Vera Amoah - Eastbury rep.

John Sullivan - Clack rep.

Laura Filipe - Warren.

 

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