After Amber completed her A-Levels at Seevic she went on to study Sport Rehabilitation at the University of Hull. Not only did Amber study for her A-Levels at Seevic but was also in their women’s Football and Hockey teams.
Whilst in her first year at university Amber achieved a First in all her exams and assignments so far. She said: “I feel that this is a huge accomplishment for a first-year student. The assessment methods that I was taught at Seevic have helped me to achieve this.”
In the dedicated student’s second year at Seevic, she ran the London Marathon. Amber said: “The support from my Tutors enabled me to fundraise and train for the marathon alongside completing my academic work.”
Amber has recently been voted to be the Campus Sport Activator throughout her second year; a role that motivates other students to get involved in sport by using a variety of methods such as exercise classes.
Alongside this Amber is also the President of the Ladies Football team and won Player of the Season. She said: “I believe that my two years at Seevic was a vital factor in achieving what I have this year.”
Amey wants to continue to help others even after her studies with a long-term goal of helping those in a sport club, or possibly overseas in military positions.
Her determination to help others is pushing her to want to complete the six major marathons across the world to raise money for charity. In addition to this Amber has already volunteered in America, where she hiked for 72 miles in the Great Smoky Mountains and repaired trails on the Rocky Top Trail.
When reflecting on her time at Seevic Amber said: “My favourite memory would have to be match days; the team felt like a family and I couldn’t wait for each Wednesday.”
Amber studies A-Level Maths, Biology and Physical Education. Click here to find out more about our A-Level courses.