Speakers & Visitors
Gresham’s School was delighted to welcome Mako, a member of the Maasai tribe in Kenya, where he works for Cottar’s 1920’s safari camp, to speak at the Senior School Chapel service.
King’s Ely was delighted to welcome British professor and television presenter, Professor Lord Robert Winston, into school to talk to excited students and staff.
Taunton School recently invited all school parents to attend a talk on Mental Health issues in children by well-respected speaker and advocate Dick Moore.
Local MP Mark Prisk makes time to drop in for a question and answer session with children at St Joseph’s In The Park
Children at Haberdashers’ Monmouth Schools have been given a fascinating insight into the world of sailing by a history-making British yachtswoman.
Aspiring medics at Moreton Hall in Oswestry took the opportunity to find out about the realities of working in the most challenging of surgical environments
Bedford School’s Old Theatre was alive with the sounds of the desert and murmurs of excitement as some extraordinary guests were welcomed to the school on Friday 1 March.
On Monday 25 February, both Year 11 and Sixth Form students attended a Royal Lecture by Professor Michael Hughes. He was inspired to a life in science by the popular TV series 'Cosmos'.
St. Andrew’s School Woking celebrated World Book Day this year focussing on Global Issues and Literature throughout the school and inviting the authors An Vrombaut and Shweta Aggarwal for a day of workshops to inspire the children.
Girls at St Mary’s Junior School, Cambridge were thrilled to get top tips from two female authors during Book Week. Authors Lou Kuenzler and Charlotte Sebag-Montefiore shared a range of great techniques for writing stories with the girls.
Children at Barrow Hills celebrated the 22nd World Book Day on 7th March 2019 with a series of activities throughout the week, each designed to encourage children of all ages to come together to appreciate the pleasures of books and reading.