Day: 20 July 2021
20 July, 2021
The Social Mobility Commission report: State of the nation 2021
The Social Mobility Commission report: State of the nation 2021: Social mobility and the pandemic Against the backdrop of coronavirus (COVID-19), the Social Mobility Commission (SMC) has taken a deep look at the progress made in all four UK nations in tackling poverty, addressing inequality, and improving social mobility. The report reveals that across the UK there are already signs that attainment gaps between advantaged and disadvantaged children are getting wider. Every critical measure of low social mobility – child poverty, income inequality, access to stable housing, unemployment for young people and gaps in school attainment – was poor in […]
20 April, 2021
Dame Mary Archer – Chair, Science Museum Group
20/04/21 Dame Mary Archer KS 3-5 / S 1-6 Want to learn more about how our attitudes towards renewable energy have changed? Dame Mary Archer, Chair at Science Museum Group shares her own longstanding commitment to renewables and discusses the work of the Science Museum Group in becoming net zero.
How to Dare to Change Your Life with Lawrence Okolie and Harry Pinero
How to Dare to Change Your Life with Lawrence Okolie and Harry Pinero Lawrence Okolie and Harry Pinero Age: Key Stages 3 – 5; S 1 – 6 Subject: PSHE Topic: Realising your dreams WBO world cruiserweight champion and author of Dare to Change Your Life, Lawrence Okolie, joins entertainer, host and content creator, Harry Pinero, to discuss Lawrence’s incredible journey from obesity to professional boxer, and his lessons for how young people can make their dreams a reality too.
Alice Delahunty – President of Electricity Transmission, National Grid
19/04/21 Alice Delahunty KS 4 – 5 / S4-6 What are Green Skills and why are they important? Hear from Alice Delahunty, the first President of National Grid’s Electricity Transmission business, a role in which she is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the electricity transmission network for England and Wales.