My talents are having great flexibility and I practise it every day. I had to learn so I could develop even more. I enjoy using my talents because when i am older, I want to appear on Britain’s Got Talent. When I was 6, I didn’t know I could do it, so now i’m older I train. I show my talents in my garden on the green. I can improve by practising every day.
My Loves and Passions
I enjoy eating noodles because I like the spice. I also like seafood because one day I want to eat king crab. I also enjoy colouring when I don’t have anything to do or have my tablet. I love to cook with my mum so when i’m older I will know how to do it and no one has to do it. I also like to play with my baby brother sometimes… and sometimes not!
When I move on to secondary school, I want it to be good with nice teachers. I also want to learn lots. When I am older, I want to learn how to drive so I can go to my friends and take my family and friends to different places. When i’m older, I also want to have a house to myself so I can get a dog and my friends can come over.
(WHO IS CAPTAIN TOM MOORE?)
Captain Tom Moore is a British officer.he was born in 30 April 1920. He is 100 years old and he is a former British army officer. He was doing a fundraising walk. He was doing it for charity for his 100th birthday.
(WHERE IS HE FROM?)
Captain Tom Moore is from Yorkshire England. He served in India during the second world war. Later he became an instructor in armored-warfare.
(WHAT CHALLENGE DID HE SET OF TO?)
He set himself the challenge of fundraising. In 2020 he was doing a fundraising walk. He did it for the NHS during the quarantine.
(HOW MUCH DID HE RAISE?)
He raised more than £23m for the nhs he raised it by doing 100 laps, ten laps a day around his garden.
(ANY INTERESTING FACTS)
On 6th April 2020 during the quarantine with his 100th birthday Tom Moore began fundraising camping for NHS charities together, a group of charities supporting staff, volunteers and patients in the British national health service.He aimed to complete 100 25-meter (27-yards) laps of his garden with the help of a walking frame, branding the endeavor “Tom’s 100th birthday walk for nhs.