King’s visits you | King’s College London #London 

The Schools and Colleges Liaison team regularly visits schools and colleges throughout the UK, attending higher education and careers fairs and delivering a range of higher education progression talks and workshops to Sixth form students and their parents. Contact us to find out which activities we can deliver to you and your students.

Higher education and careers fairs

We attend higher education and careers fairs throughout the UK for students in Years 11, 12 and 13. A highly trained team of staff or our experienced student ambassadors will be available to advise students and their parents on the opportunities available at King’s, student life, and applying to us.  If you are organising your school or college’s higher education or careers fair, please contact us as soon as you have a date! 

We also attend UCAS conventions throughout the UK in the spring and summer. Find out where you’ll be able to meet us next.

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Invite Nutrition guru Tina Lond-Caulk to talk at your school #Nutrition #Education #Talks #Surrey #London #Health

These motivating and inspirational talks focus on how being conscious of our food choices and making simple healthy changes can have profound, positive effects on every one of us and every aspect of our lives, almost immediately. It moves listeners to want to improve their diet as they walk out of the door. Our teen years can be a stressful time, students learn how to manage their stress, sleep, energy levels, immunity and recognise their own deficiency symptoms during these effective workshops.

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Learn to shine bright- the importance of self care for teachers – Kelly Hopkinson #teaching #wellbeing #mentalhealth #education

Self-care is proving to be difficult to master and weave into our teachers frantic lives. As human beings we must prioritise our own well-being and as teachers as well we can begin to place the same emphasis on staff well-being in our schools as we do for the mental health of the children we teach. Self-care starts with you and small acts every single day. Imagine connecting to and feeling the magic you work so hard to create in the classroom and in your life.

Imagine the impact on those around you and your own happiness levels. You are exquisite and far too important not to take care. Travelling took up much of Kelly’s 20’s before she jumped heart first into being a primary school teacher. Becoming a single, working mum of 2 small people wasn’t part of the plan, yet it became one of those life defining moments. A change of school, friendships and self-esteem levels, thankfully coincided with becoming a yoga teacher and self-care became a priority. Kelly used everything she had learnt on her yoga journey so that she could continue to be a Mum, a friend, a daughter, a teacher, the light in someone’s day and a role model to others. Kelly is now at the very heart of well-being for teachers, empowering and supporting them every day- not just when times are tough. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

Talks and activities in your school or college – University of Bath #Bath #University

We can offer talks, workshops and activities for year 11, 12 and 13 students to help prepare them for the transition to university.

Talks and workshops

You can arrange a talk or workshop for your year 11, 12 and 13 students to help support their journey to university. We can tailor talks to meet your specific needs, and can offer them during school hours, or at parents’ evenings.

Depending on demand, we may be able to offer talks in the following areas:

  • choosing A level subjects (Year 11)
  • choosing a course (Year 12)
  • applying for competitive courses (Year 12/13 and parents)
  • UCAS applications and personal statements (Year 12/13)
  • getting ready for university: arriving and surviving (Year 13)
  • why choose the University of Bath? (Year 12/13)
  • student life (Year 12/13)
  • student finance (Year 12/13 and parents)

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Invite the inspirational Hope Virgo to talk at your school about mental health #mentalhealth #anorexia #schools #education #talks

Hope is a mental health campaigner and author and an ambassador for the Shaw Mind Foundation.Hope suffered with anorexia for over 4 years, before being admitted to a Mental Health Hospital in 2007. She lived in the hospital for a year, fighting one of the hardest battles of her life. Since being discharged, she has fought to stay well.

Hope is now at the stage of ‘ongoing recovery’ and wants to use her experiences of mental health illness to champion the rights of others, inspire them to get well, and help break the stigma of mental illness.

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School Speakers – Inspire – Believe – Achieve #Education #Talks #Schools

With over 670 individuals in our portfolio, School Speakers is the UK’s number 1 speaker agency. Dedicated to providing inspirational speakers to enthuse, motivate and raise aspirations amongst today’s students, we work with primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities throughout the UK and abroad, matching them with speakers to support the themes of key talks, workshops and events in their academic calendars.

We also provide speakers for conferences, CPD sessions and INSET days, supporting professionals to continue their learning, development and personal aspirations.