Schedule for Live Broadcasts – w/c 8th November- free from Speakers for Schools

Date: November 3, 2021
Careers | Sixth Form

Please find below some interesting talks – we had Jeremy Thomas live her at school a couple of years ago and he was very good – see below:

Tues 23rd November 2-3pm

 

 

Work/Life Broadcast: Jeremy Thomas, Author, Award-winning TV Producer & Mental Health Campaigner

 

For KS4-5/S4-6

What is mental wellbeing and how can we stay mentally healthy and get the best out of life? We are delighted to welcome Jeremy Thomas who will be speaking about his career journey and experiences of dealing with depression.

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Here is next week’s live broadcast schedule. We have plenty of different talks to choose from: including our Work/Life campaign. This campaign focuses on why mental health matters. We want to give young people the confidence to know that we take their mental health seriously. By sharing insights from respected speakers from a wide range of industries into their own personal struggles and challenges, we will seek to normalise conversations around mental wellbeing and mental health.

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! Please note that you have to register your students in advance.

WEEK COMMENCING 8th NOVEMBER

DATE SPEAKER INFO
Tues 9th November 10-10:45am Work/Life Broadcast: Phoebe Barter, Group Brand Management Director, Barclays and Barclaycard

 

For KS3-5/S1-6

We are looking forward to hosting a Work/Life Campaign Broadcast with Phoebe Barter, Group Brand Management Director, Barclays and Barclaycard. As a full-time working mum in the city, maintaining a work/life balance is really important to Phoebe. During this broadcast, you will learn about importance of perseverance and Phoebe’s tips on how to maintain a good work/life balance at school.

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Tues 9th November 2-2:45pm Careers in the tech industry with Lady Nicola Mendelsohn, Vice President for EMEA, Facebook

 

For KS4-5/S4-6

Did you enjoy our Predict 21′ Campaign Broadcasts? Do you want to learn even more about working in the tech industry? We are excited to be joined by Lady Nicola Mendelsohn, Vice President for EMEA, Facebook!

 

Lady Mendelsohn will be speaking about what excites her most about her career and will be reflecting on the rapid changes taking place in technology and the changing job market.

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Thurs 11th November 2-3pm Work/Life Broadcast: Wellness in Creative Careers with Industrial Light and Magic

 

For KS3-5/S1-6

 

Join us for a Work/Life campaign broadcast with Industrial Light and Magic! Hear from our panel about the tools in their mental health toolkit and what they wish they had known when they were younger. Our panel members will be: Shereen Chattun, Amy Backwell, Andrea Biferi and Alice Mc Loughlin.

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DATE SPEAKER INFO
Tues 16th November 10-10:45am Work/Life Broadcast: Moving the Needle

 

For KS3-5/S1-6

We are excited to welcome back our panel from Moving the Needle! This time, we will be joined by Karen Emanuel, CEO, Key Production Group and Jenni Cochrane, CEO & Co-Founder, Getahead & Founder & CEO, Work Inspired. They will be speaking about their experiences of working in the music industry and will be reflecting on the changes they have seen throughout their career about how the music industry responds to mental health.

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Mon 22nd November 10-10-10:45am Work/Life Broadcast: Paul Farmer, Chief Executive, Mind

 

For KS4-5/S4-6

Join us for a Work/Life Campaign Broadcast with the Chief Executive of Mind! Mind provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. They campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. Paul will be speaking about his role at Mind and the role that charities like Mind play in society.

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Tues 23rd November 2-3pm

 

 

Work/Life Broadcast: Jeremy Thomas, Author, Award-winning TV Producer & Mental Health Campaigner

 

For KS4-5/S4-6

What is mental wellbeing and how can we stay mentally healthy and get the best out of life? We are delighted to welcome Jeremy Thomas who will be speaking about his career journey and experiences of dealing with depression.

 

Click here to register

Natitnal Teen Book Club

  • There’s just one week to go until the start of our exciting five-week National Teen Book Club programme. It begins on November 10th, 3-30-4.30pm, and gives young people the opportunity to:

o   Meet the UK’s top writers and illustrators, including Candice Carty-Williams (winner of the British Book Awards Book of the Year 2020 for Queenie).

o   Become a published author – and win masterclasses from top writers and literary agents.

o   Engage in activities and conversations online with students from across the UK, related to Chinglish, the book we’ll read together.

 

  • The programme is free and fully facilitated and runs for five weeks. Young people have until Friday 5th November to sign up individually here, or educators can sign up groups of students until Tuesday 9th November here,.
  • Contact ntbc@speakersforschools.org with any questions about the National Teen Book Club.

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

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