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For each and every student to achieve their maximum potential.

Speakers4Schools - Upcoming Live Broadcasts

Here is the upcoming live broadcasts schedule. Live broadcasts are a great way for students to hear directly from leading figures from a range of industries, and have the opportunity to ask questions via a moderated Q&A. Please note that you have to register in advance.

UPCOMING TALKS

DATE

SPEAKER

INFO

Monday 6th June 10-10:45am

Volunteer Week- Power of Youth: Ian Adams, Director of NHS Resolution, Charity Trustee and former Lord Mayor of Westminster and Matthew Reed, Chief Executive, Marie Curie

 

For KS3-5/S1-6

Where can volunteering take you? Join us to learn about the possibilities and opportunities that volunteering brings and how to make the most out of your volunteering experiences. We will also be sharing exciting news about how you can get involved with volunteering opportunities with Speakers for Schools!

 

Click here to register

Tuesday 7th June 2-2:45pm

Predict 22 talk: Dr. Tim Minshall, Dr John C Taylor Professor of Innovation, University of Cambridge Institute for Manufacturing

 

For KS4-5/S4-6

Never tell an Engineer it can't be done! Hear more about engineering from Dr Tim Minshall.

 

 

Click here to register

Wednesday 8th June 10-10:45am

Green Skills Week: Judy Ling Wong CBE, Honorary President, Black Environment Network & Chair, Green Apprenticeships Advisory Group

 

For KS3/S1-3

Are you considering applying for an apprenticeship in the future? Have you considered a green apprenticeship where you will be helping to play a role in getting the UK's carbon emissions to net-zero by 2050? Join our broadcast to find out how you can make a difference in your future career.

 

Click here to register

Thursday 9th June 2-2:45pm

Predict 22 talk: Tech for Good Baroness Martha Lane Fox, Entrepreneur

 

For KS3-5/S1-6

How can technology have a positive impact on the world around us? We are excited to welcome tech champion, Martha Lane Fox to explore some of the ways that technology is helping to make the world a better place and the work that still needs to be done.

 

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Monday 13th June 2-2:45pm

Predict 22 talk: What is Machine Learning? Doug Gurr, Director, The Natural History Museum & Former UK Country Manager, Amazon

 

For KS3-5/S1-6

What is machine learning and how are businesses using it? What is the role of Museums in the digital world? Join us for a broadcast with Dr Doug Gurr to find out. Doug is looking forward to answering your questions during the student Q&A session!

 

Click here to register

Wednesday 15th June 2-2:45pm

Predict 22 talk: Skills for the Future World of Work, Sarah Wood, Digital Entrepreneur, Investor, and Author of Stepping Up

 

For KS3/S1-3

Join us for a broadcast with Sarah Wood to find out how you can develop your digital skills so that you are ready for the future world of work. Sarah will also be sharing her tips on how you can accelerate your leadership potential!

 

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Thursday 16th June 10-10:45am

Predict 22 talk: Advertising and Technology, Marco Bertozzi, EMEA president, Whalar and Former Vice President of Spotify Europe

 

For KS3-5/S1-6

Are you creative and always coming up with great ideas? A career in advertising may match your skillset! Join us for a broadcast with Marco Bertozzi to learn about how the use of technology in advertising has changed and how Whalar is working to make advertising more diverse and inclusive

 

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Thursday 16th June 2-2:45pm

Predict 22 talk: How VFX has changed over time, David Cordon, Head of Production, Nviz

 

For KS3-5/S1-6

We know that many of you have loved watching our broadcasts with our Visual Effects Artists, but have you ever thought about how VFX has changed over time? David is looking forward to sharing his insights into the changing world of VFX and his predictions for the future of VFX!

 

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Friday 17th June 2-2:45pm

Professor Sir Ian Diamond, Chair, Plan International & Former Vice Chancellor of the University of Aberdeen

 

For KS3-5/S1-6

Details TBC

 

 

 

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Extra Opportunities

6th June-9th June 2-3pm

CAREERS CLUB for students aged 13-14 years old

 

 

Bringing together students from UK state schools and colleges in a supportive and empowering Careers Club.

 

Teachers can sign-up their groups now via this form.
Students (aged 14) can sign up to attend as independent learners via the Speakers for Schools portal.

15th June-6th July 3:30-4:30pm

 

NATIONAL TEEN BOOK CLUB for students aged 11-19 years old

Our featured book is The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas – Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, this is a powerful and gripping YA novel about one girl's struggle for justice.
The book deals with themes that will be familiar to young adults and their teachers, and provides a stimulus for exploration of challenging topics.

 

Teachers can sign-up their groups aged 11-19 now via this form.

Students aged 14-19 can sign up to attend as independent learners via the Speakers for Schools portal.

4th July-7th July 2-3pm

CAREERS CLUB for students aged 14-16 years old

 

Bringing together students from UK state schools and colleges in a supportive and empowering Careers Club.

 

Teachers can sign-up their groups now via this form.
Students can sign up to attend as independent learners via the Speakers for Schools portal.

4-8th July

SUMMER FEST 2022 For students aged 14-19 and some workshops for 11-14 years old.

Between 4-8th July, Speakers for Schools are presenting online Discovery Workshops for young people to hear from new and out of the ordinary creative career opportunities. Each day, young people will hear from employers such as Regatta, Benefit Cosmetics and speakers from different roles, to find out about the interesting work that they do. On 8th July, as part of the festival, Richard Waterworth, General Manager of TikTok EU, will be giving a broadcast about why creativity matters, and students will have the chance to ask questions.

 

If you are interested in registering your students for this event, please register here. More information can be found if you click on the images in this brochure. If you have any questions about this event, please email lee.wraydavies@speakersforschools.org

 

HOW TO JOIN THE LIVE BROADCASTS

From all of us at Speakers for Schools, we hope you and your students enjoy the live broadcasts programme!

Best wishes,

Christabel

Christabel Williams                                                         

Speaker and School Engagement Coordinator