Day: 19 November 2020
19 November, 2020
Speakers for Schools launches Green Skills Week to kickstart the Green Industrial Revolution
Speakers for Schools is teaming up with Britain’s most environmentally focused employers to tackle the unemployment crisis and future-proof the next generation in a post-COVID economy. To coincide with the UK Prime Minister’s announcement for a Green Industrial Revolution, Speakers for Schools is launching a campaign to introduce young people to Green Skills as future career options. Many of the points in the Prime Minister’s plan will be achieved by those who are in school today. Young people aged 11+ will be invited to take part in the charity’s Green Skills Week in April 2021 which will introduce them to […]
Robert Peston’s brilliant economic vision for UK after downturn revealed
According to The Daily Express on 12 April 2020, the Founder of Speakers for Schools Robert Peston outlined his vision for how he thinks the UK economy should look in years to come. As economists frantically grapple with how to best handle the crisis, an unearthed interview with ITV’s Robert Peston could shed light on how the UK economy might be structured in years to come. Mr Peston launched Speakers for Schools in 2011 to pair influential leaders from business, politics and academia to speak at state schools free of charge. His vision was a more diverse economic structure for […]
19 June, 2020
Charlotte Stacey Head of UK Apprenticeships Programme, BP 10AM FRIDAY 19 JUNE AGE GROUP: KS4 – 5/ S4- 6 Interested in learning about apprenticeships? Join us as Charlotte Stacey, Head of UK Apprenticeships Programme with BP discusses the practicalities of apprenticeships, how they’re structured, the benefits of completing an apprenticeship and the opportunities that exist at BP.
19 May, 2020
ROBERT PESTON Political Editor, ITV * DATE: Tuesday 19th May, 10am * AGE GROUP: KS 4 & 5/ S4 – 6 Robert discussed #Covid_19 and the changes we are living through to our way of life, our economy, our politics, and the changes yet to come.