Speaker for schools schedule – Week starting Monday 1st March

March 1, 2021 - March 5, 2021

Careers | Sixth Form

A fantastic opportunity to grain greater insight into a variety of industries, listen to topical changes to industries, hints and tips to success in some career areas. We highly recommend listening to talks that not only support your academic studies but also those you may have an interest in or just want to explore in a little more detail. This acts as fantastic evidence of enriching academic studies.
Miss Mason, Head of Year 12

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

Colour codes:

  • Monday 1st March 10-11am, Andrew Bernard, Director, National Careers Week- Green
  • Monday 1st March 2-3pm, Nick Ross, Broadcaster- Rose
  • Monday 1st March 5-6pm Patrick Nyarumbu, Director of Strategy, People and Partnerships, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust- Violet
  • Tuesday 2nd March 2-3pm, Pavita Cooper, Founder, More Difference- Red
  • Tuesday 2nd March 5-6pm Ella d’Amato, Chief Commercial & Partner Officer, Not on            the High Street- Burgundy
  • Wednesday 3rd March 10-11am, Kajal Odedra, UK Director, Change.org- Navy Blue
  • Wednesday 3rd March 5-6pm, Jimmy Worrall, Founder and CEO, Leaders in              Sport- Cyan
  • Thursday 4th March 2-3pm, Mandisa Greene, President, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons- Plum
  • Thursday 4th March 5-6pm, Nalan Dodgson, Director of Talent Acquisition, Burberry- Beige
  • Friday 5th March 10-11am, Katie Vanneck Smith Co-Founder and Publisher, Tortoise Media- White

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

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