It's our Science, our Society, our Health
A collaborative research project to engage young people in public health science
Chelsey Wakefield
Well… what can I say about me? I guess that I have changed a lot since I last attempted one of these pages.

My name is Chelsey (yes my parents did name me after the football team) and I am 17. I have lived in Dagenham pretty much my whole life, and my biggest dream is getting away form there, which is why I jumped at the chance to come and work with The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. I am currently studying sociology, psychology, chemistry, biology and maths at Robert Clack sixth form, and hope to go to Liverpool university to become a forensic psychologist.
  • Music! I love composing, singing, playing piano and listening to rock music. My favourite bands are the killers, panic! At the disco, fallout boy, my chemical romance, silverstein etc
  • Going out with/making friends, especially to Camden market and beard!
  • Horse riding. I have been horse riding for 5 years now, and I really enjoy it.
  • Difference. I admire people that have the courage to be themselves, and anything that is out of the ordinary.
  • Movies. Especially old musicals starring Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra.
  • Ducks. My favourite animals… I mean how cute!
  • Dumb jokes. I love laughing and smiling, and even the smallest of things can send me into fits of laughter!

  • Dislikes
  • boredom. No need to explain that really.
  • Being late. And waiting around for late people come tot think of it.
  • Fakes. Why can’t people just be themselves?
  • People who play their music loudly on buses! Its just so annoying
  • Dogs. They are so scary!!!
  • Ignorance. I hate people who are ignorant or snobby in the world, and I wish that people could see others as equal.
  • History. I find it really dull and choose to look towards the future.
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