Schedule for live broadcasts w/c 24th May- free from Speakers for Schools

May 24, 2021 - June 14, 2021

Careers | Sixth Form

Next week we start our Predict ’21 campaign talks. The Predict ’21: Future Careers campaign from Speakers for Schools aims to shine a light on the opportunities that technology can bring, through talks and work experience. Find out more on our site, or feel free to contact me for more information.

Here is next week’s full 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 feel free to share with your staff and students!

WEEK STARTING 24th MAY

DATE SPEAKER INFO
Wed 26th May 10-11am

 

Predict ’21 campaign

 

Stephen Woodford, CEO, Advertising Association

 

For KS4-5/S4-6

Join us for our first Predict ’21 Broadcast! We will be speaking to Stephen Woodford, CEO, Advertising Association about the role of technology in advertising and how students can ensure that they are prepared for tomorrow’s tech accelerated world. Stephen is looking forward to answering your questions.

 

To register for this event, please email charlotte.stringfellow@speakersforschools.org with the approximate number of students you would like to attend, and you will be sent the link to join.

 

Advance registration

Mon 14th June 10-11am

 

 

 

Elma Murray, Chair, Young Scot & Interim Chair, Accounts Commission for Scotland

 

For K4-5/ S4-6

 

Would you like to develop your leadership skills? Join us for a broadcast with Elma Murray OBE who will be speaking about the importance of young people having a voice. Elma is passionate about the vital role of public sector services to support local people and the most vulnerable in our communities. She has a specific focus on transformation, young people and children’s services, wellbeing and inclusive growth.

 

To register for this event, please email charlotte.stringfellow@speakersforschools.org with the approximate number of students you would like to attend, and you will be sent the link to join.

Mon 14th June 2-3pm Moving The Needle panel event with Julie Weir, Label Head at Music for Nations, Sony Music, Silvia Montello, Head of Operations, Audio Network; Co-Founder & Director of #remarQabl and Karen Emanuel, CEO of Key Production Group (physical production)

 

For KS4-5/ S4-6

Are you interested in finding out about what it is like to work in the music industry? Find out about the range of roles on offer in the music industry! Join us for a panel event with Julie Weir, Label Head at Music for Nations, Sony Music, Silvia Montello, Head of Operations, Audio Network; Co-Founder & Director of #remarQabl and Karen Emanuel, CEO of Key Production Group (physical production).
 

 

 

 

 

 

To register for this event, please email charlotte.stringfellow@speakersforschools.org with the approximate number of students you would like to attend, and you will be sent the link to join.

 HOW TO JOIN THE LIVE BROADCASTS

LIVE BROADCASTS LIBRARY & MORE

  • Watch pre-recorded broadcasts from our library here
  • Please see our Schools Guide here.
  • Below my signature is more information on the SFS activity sheet
  • The colour codes can be found under my email signature below

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

Best wishes
Christabel Williams                                                         
Speaker and School Engagement Coordinator                                                                       
speakersforschools.org

SFS has also designed an activity sheet for students to complete after the talk and send back, to measure student engagement. In every talk we will announce a colour which students can fill in and this will show which students have attended the talk.

Colour codes:

  • Wednesday 26th May 10-11am, Stephen Woodford, CEO, Advertising Association- Indigo
  • Monday 14th June 10-11am, Elma Murray, Chair, Young Scot & Interim Chair, Accounts Commission for Scotland- Black
  • Monday 14th June, Move the Needle panel- Orange
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