Rebecca is an inspiration to her family and everyone she comes into contact with. She is a sixteen years old girl who works very hard at school and in a voluntary compacity. Rebecca is dyslexic and struggled at primary school, however when she moved to secondary school things changed for her when she took on the role to dedicate her life to benefit others, she currently volunteers with the Boys Brigade within Glasgow in one of the cities poorest areas, she is a dedicated volunteer but tells no one she does it due the fear of peer pressure. Not only has she changed her outlook on life but she has also changed the lives of many of the young boys she comes into contact with. More recently on top of all her voluntary work Rebecca has been fortunate to gain a Sports Leadership Qualification whilst attending school this brought about a new voluntary role for Rebecca and she gives up more of her free time to coach football after school. This came about when she found out that the assessor who put her though her qualification needed an extra pair of hands to run the club. Recently she was recongnised for her attitude to work over and above school when she was presented with an `Exellence in Work` award at school for outstanding performance. If Rebecca was given the opportunity to be part of the torch carrying ceremony it would show her that there is a positive benefit for all the hardwork she puts in helping and caring for others.