Tag: Age KS4
18 January, 2023
The Great British Food Critic Competition with Simon Rogan & Richard Vines
Monday 9th January KS3-5 / S1-6 Think you’d be a great food critic? Want to work in hospitality? Do not miss this opportunity to hear from Chef Simon Rogan and Food Critic, Richard Vines on the launch of our national competition. You’ll get the chance to submit your very own food review.
Speakers for Schools and Into Film present the Post-Production Sound Panel
Monday 9th January KS3-5 / S1-6 Led by Steve Little, Dialogue & ADR Editor, Supervising Sound Editor this panel will look at the role of post-production sound
16 December, 2022
SPEAKERS FOR SCHOOLS AND INTO FILM PRESENT THE PEOPLE VS CLIMATE CHANGE WITH STEVE SMITH AND ELLIE ASHTON
Monday 12th December KS3-5 / S4-6 Join Steve Smith and Ellie Ashton as they talk about climate change roles in the working world and the documentary The People Vs Climate Change, broadcast on BBC 2 in November 2021.
9 December, 2022
Peter Leathem, Chief Executive Officer, PPL (Phonographic Performance Limited)
Wednesday 7th December KS4-5 / S4-6 Join us and listen to Peter Leathem deliver a talk about his career journey – starting at school and moving up to when he became a CEO. Peter has had a long career in law and specialises in the music industry. He will also talk about how being a lawyer enabled him to develop a business career outside of the law.
2 December, 2022
Black History Month: Deborah Williams, Chief Executive, Creative Diversity Network
Thursday 6th October KS4 – 5 Meet Deborah Williams OBE , speaking as part of this years Black History Month (2022), Time for Change: Action Not Words. Deborah is the Chief Executive of Creative Diversity Network, an organisation that seeks to increase diversity and inspire inclusion within broadcasting. Deborah has a breadth of experience from within the creative sector with increasing equality, diversity and inclusion. Today we hear Deborah speak on the importance of this work, the successes she has had over the years in this field and what actions we can all take to make a positive impact.
25 November, 2022
Malcolm Robertson, Founder, Charlotte Street Partners
Wednesday 23rd November KS 3 – 5 This broadcast is all about business – partially starting your own company. Watch Malcolm ask questions about his career and how he started his own company in Scotland
18 November, 2022
Matt Dickinson, Senior Sports Writer, The Times
Monday 14th November KS3-5 / S1-6 We are excited to host Matt Dickinson, Senior Sports Writer, The Times, for a broadcast as part of our World Cup of Careers. In this broadcast, Matt will discuss how he got into sports journalism, what it takes to be a good sports journalist and how to specialise in football journalism. Matt will be happy to answer your questions in the Q+A and give his expert advice to all budding sports journalists.
Clare Gilmartin, Former CEO, Trainline and Board Director of Wise and Get your Guide
Content Warning – 2:48 a mild swear word is used – this may be inappropriate for some younger viewers Tuesday 8th November KS3-5 / S1-6 Join us and Clare Gilmartin on World STEAM Day when we explore Clare’s opinions on developing technologies and how they connect and impact businesses
David Kogan OBE, Author, Former Executive Director, Magnum Photos
Monday 7th November KS3-5 / S1-6 Hear about David’s career journey and the vast amount of industries you can work in over a lifetime. We will be asking David for his thoughts on ‘Job hopping’ and how he came to work in so many different industries, as well as how to stay motivated and when to let go.
9 November, 2022
Broadcast In Partnership with Into Film, Wendy Ide, Film Critic, The Observer and Anna Smith, Film Critic, Broadcaster
Wednesday 2nd November KS4-5 / S4-6 Speakers for Schools and IntoFilm are partnering together for an online broadcast on the 2nd of November at 10am. The event will look to demystify some common misconceptions around this industry and explore what it’s like to be a female film critic.