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My other subjects include SL theatre, math studies and SL french
I'm interested in... Hello, my name is Diana Phillips. I am a Sri Lankan Welsh student of the Class of 2018 at Overseas School of Colombo, and my main interests include biology, psychopathology and international relations . Currently, I am the Secretary of OSC’s Student Government and I have been a part of our Girl’s Football Team since 2012. I’m an active member of ‘Girls for Girls’, a service group working with teenage survivors of sexual abuse in Sri Lanka. Psychology is my passion, and I can find connections to it in all my interests and activities. It is the reason I am motivated to teach life skills to victims of sexual abuse and to collaborate with different personalities of the student and staff body of my school to organise events and encourage spirit as The Student Government. Previously, I have won certificates and awards in Colombo Model United Nations and SAISA (South Asia Inter-School Association), and the The Head Of School Critical Thinking Award in 2015. I am proud of my accomplishments, but I am more proud of my ambitions for the future and my determination to succeed.
My study level is... International Baccalaureate
Just wanted to say thanks for joining The Student Room: welcome on board!
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