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What’s your #PlasticsChallenge pledge?
ASOS Chairman, Brian McBride kicks off #Skills2030 campaign
Highlights: Leading journalists share knowledge and insights
Our 2016-17 Year in Review is Here!
A busy start with star talks for the 2017/18 School Year!
The End of Another Academic Year!
Our Impact: The 16/17 Academic Year in Numbers!
Scotland Talk Highlights
Bridging the Gap Campaign – Talk Highlights So Far
Our Impact: More students benefitting from our biggest ever Autumn Term
Year in Review 2015/16: Five Year Anniversary
What Impact Could a Talk Have on Your Students?
Half Term Highlights
Opportunities Behind the Bright Lights
Campaign Wrap-up: TES Lesson Plan & EU Debate Highlights
EU Referendum: What Students Really Think
Fantastic Feedback – What Schools and Students Say about talks
Summer term is already in full swing!
Reflections on a Campaign Championing Creativity
David Morrissey, Ed Vaizey and Chris Payne kick off our Creative Industries talk series with our 2,500th talk!
November Talk Series – Challenging the Status Quo, Empowering the Next Generation of Women
Speakers for Schools hits 700 talks 2014/15…
Bristol Schools get a taste of Election Issues – Natalie Bennett and General Sir Peter Wall speak
The #S4SNextGen Talk Series Continues…
Leading figures talk to the next generation about their hopes for the upcoming election and beyond
Speakers for Schools passes 1600 talks!
This week’s highlights: Andy Hart, Dr Mike Lynch and Sir John Parker
Talk highlights for the 2013/2014 school year
Fantastic week: Matt Brittin, Sir Mike Rake, Joanna Trollope, Ruby McGregor-Smith & more
Speakers for Schools celebrates International Women’s Day with talks from Leading Female Figures
Highlights from our busiest week this year (so far)
New Videos: S4S Talks from the Autumn Term
The end of a busy term
EU Referendum ‘What Now?’ Live Event
Eileen Naughton Live Event at Greenfield Community College
About our Campaigns: EU Event Highlights