I’m Rose and I turned thirteen in 2018. I live in the beautiful mid-Suffolk, surrounded by fields. I’ve lived here all my life and as much as I like to escape to different cities, I will always be a country girl at heart!
So far, I’ve visited London, Rome, Paris, and Glasgow but I hope to add many other big cities around Europe to that list really soon.
At home I spend my time with my younger sister- Millie, my Mum and my Dad and, of course, my little cavapoo, Stanley. Almost all the time my sister and I get along, which I am very grateful for. However, like all siblings, we can have our moments!
When I’m not at home, I’m either at school or doing things I love which include playing tennis or dancing, especially ballet. I’m very fortunate that despite living in rural Suffolk, there is an amazing ballet school and a fantastic tennis club near my home.
I have got up to grade 4 in ballet and got through auditions to perform in two English Youth Ballet performances at the Theatre Royal in Norwich. The company tours around the country and come to Norwich every other year with each performance combining professional dancers with around a hundred 8-18 year-olds accompanying them. It’s been an amazing experience to be part of.
I enjoy tennis a lot and so do my family. We have been to some top tournaments around the world including Wimbledon, the Davis Cup and the ATP World Tour Finals at the O2 in London.
I love music too and so far, I’ve seen Ellie Goulding and Ed Sheeran in concert. Also, I have been to different musicals including Hairspray, Cats, The Lion King, and The Snowman.
I go to a high school about 6 miles from where I live so I can get the bus there every day. At school my favourite subjects are P.E., French and Food Tech. I really enjoy school and am fortunate to have made many friends there too.
I wanted to start this podcast because I would love to have a future career in media, especially a radio presenter. I hope you enjoy this podcast and can find some inspiring things that help you too!
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