Speakers & Visitors
St. Andrew’s School in Horsell, Woking was delighted to invite Belinda Kirk, to speak at their recent Prize Giving service. Belinda is a British explorer and entrepreneur but has talents and interests designed to inspire and motivate young people.
Mountaineer Mollie Hughes presented trophies and awards at Portsmouth High School's annual Sports Awards and officially opened the Climbing Wall with the Lord Mayor of Portsmouth.
The Junior and Senior School children at Kent College Canterbury had the very special honour of meeting the British former decathlete, Mr Daley Thompson, CBE last week.
Manchester High School for Girls was delighted to welcome celebrity chef, James Tanner, to school on Thursday 28th June when he came to talk to pupils about sustainable fishing and to cook some of his favourite fish recipes in front of the girls.
Sarah Melvin, a senior figure with global investment firm BlackRock, was the guest speaker at Monmouth School for Girls for the annual Speech Day and Prize-Giving.
Bedford Girls’ School were delighted to welcome Hollywood and West End actor Adam Garcia, who shared his tap dancing techniques with Junior and Senior School students.
Children at Barrow Hills School learned the art of creating and flying kites at a unique interactive workshop held at the School under the expert guidance of Malcolm Goodman, a.k.a. ‘The Kiteman’.
Tracey Neville MBE, retired English Netball player and Head Coach of the England National Netball team, who led them to a Gold victory in the 2018 Commonwealth Games urged Blackheath High School girls to “Think Gold not Bronze” at Challenge Week.
On Monday 18 June, an unfamiliar double-decker bus drove into the School grounds. It was all rather mystifying. The bus was, in fact, from Edinburgh Zoo, but much to the dismay of some staff, there were no live animals aboard!
The Hawthorns welcomed David Harkin, CEO of 7 Billion Ideas, this week to run a workshop for Years 3 and 4 which encouraged them to devise and develop a world changing idea.