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All Speakers in Greater London

  • Amnesty International

    Our Amnesty school speakers run free human rights workshops, lessons, assemblies or contribute to whole day events in your primary or secondary school. In 2013 our school speakers reached over 27,000 young people. With gripping real-life stories and powerful films an Amnesty school speaker bring human rights education to life Read more [...]

  • Andy Briggs

    I have an interactive presentation that promotes my current title (in this case THE INVENTORY: IRON FIST). I focus on why the pupils should be writing stories – and show them what writers actually do: from creating comics to book to films to video games. I pepper this with some Read more [...]

  • British Humanist Association

    We have free, trained, and experienced volunteers across England, Wales, and Northern Ireland that can visit schools to talk about Humanism. Using their life experience and knowledge, our School Speakers can bring a personal dimension to young people’s study of Humanism that goes ‘beyond the textbook’. They offer a range of Read more [...]

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    CAFOD

    We are GLOBAL NEIGHBOURS We believe that everyone in the world has the right to live their lives with dignity. That’s why we work through the local Catholic Church and other partners in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East to fight poverty and injustice, wherever the need is Read more [...]

  • CAFOD Southwark

    CAFOD Southwark works with the Catholic community in the diocese to raise both funds and awareness of global poverty and injustice through parishes, schools, and networks. Our volunteer centre is just one of many around England & Wales working in partnership with thousands of volunteers and supporters, providing information on supporting CAFOD Read more [...]

  • CAFOD Westminster

    About CAFOD Westminster We hope you enjoy reading our news. Don’t forget to search ‘CAFOD Westminster’ on facebook and like us for regular updates on your news feed. From our base in Oakwood, North London we work with CAFOD’s supporters and volunteers around the diocese of Westminster helping them to Read more [...]

  • Dr Francisco Diego

    Landscapes in the sky, the planets – any age Life in the Universe – any age Rainbows of stars – 10+ The ultimate time line – the story of the Universe – 12+ The ghost universe – 12+ Cosmic fire on Earth (the origin of atomic matter and energy) – 12+ Read more [...]

  • Dr Roberto Trotta

    Will speak on:- Planets of the Solar system – 6+ The mysterious Universe (and introduction to cosmology) – 14+ Life in the Universe – the strange case of intelligent life in the cosmos   www.robertotrotta.com

  • Fire & Rescue London

    We work to help people stay safe from fire and other emergencies, in the home, at work and in other buildings. We work to educate people about what they can do to protect themselves from fire. We do this by: Home fire safety visits – firefighters visiting people in their Read more [...]

  • FixUp Enterprise

    GROWTH MINDSET ASSEMBLY 60 minutes of high energy and interactive assembly that sets the tone for growth mindset, it creates a link between famous successes and the hard work they put it, painting the picture  that success is accessible for all. Story Vs. Glory The media rarely takes us behind Read more [...]

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    Founders4Schools

    Get business leaders in your classroom for FREE Our mission is to inspire students and prepare them for the rapidly changing world of work. We do this by enabling teachers to invite business leaders into the classroom in just 4 minutes. Our online platform is a free service, connecting teachers Read more [...]

  • Guide Dogs Redbridge

    Our Volunteer speakers are critical to the success of Guide Dogs and a good speaker can inspire an audience in many ways. Often it is through meeting, listening, seeing and learning from one of our volunteer speakers that people feel they know about Guide Dogs. There is no charge for Read more [...]

  • Ian Beck

    Happy to work with KS1 and KS2 children. Maximum number in any one session: Up to 30 in a workshop Up to 100 or so for a talk No of sessions per day: A maximum of three sessions. Session Length: 45-60 minutes- please also allow time for booksigning. Areas prepared Read more [...]

  • Inspiring the Future

    The Charity, Education and Employers runs Inspiring the Future which connects state schools and colleges with employers and people from the world of work. It has been developed following extensive consultation with range of stakeholders – employers, education, government, third sector and intermediaries. Volunteers from Apprentices to CEOs, Archaeologists to Read more [...]

  • Macmillan

    Macmillan can provide speakers to talk about our work for people affected by cancer. Macmillan speakers can give presentations in assemblies and other school events. They can give hands-on support with fundraising or awareness events. They also look for ways to work with local schools and organisations. As cancer and Read more [...]

  • Marcus Alexander

    Preferred age range: 6-15 year olds for author events, writing workshops, reluctant reader workshops 15-18+ for advanced writing workshops, creative business workshops and motivational talks. CPDs for teachers Maximum number in any one session: Public speaking – no limit. Previous max. currently experienced- 1300 students Workshops – no limit on Read more [...]

  • Margaret Bateson-Hill

    I am always happy to devise a specific workshop for a school but the workshops mentioned below give a flavour of what I can offer Interactive Story time with or without the book for Early Years and Reception Storytelling of book and follow up creative writing and/ or craft for Read more [...]

  • Neil Arksey

    I do most things – workshops, readings, talks/performances. I’ve taught creative writing and film screenwriting and writing for TV and soaps too. Preferred age range: 7 and upwards (but I can and will work with younger if that’s a deal breaker – I co created the BBC’s preschool Little Robots series Read more [...]

  • Royal Astronomical Society

    The aims of the Royal Astronomical Society The Royal Astronomical Society (RAS), founded in 1820, encourages and promotes the study of astronomy, solar-system science, geophysics and closely related branches of science. The RAS: Organizes scientific meetings in Burlington House, its London HQ, and throughout the country Publishes international research and Read more [...]

  • Sam Angus

    Preferred age range: Ages 9 to 13 years Maximum number in any one session: Up to 100 No of sessions per day: Up to three sessions Session Length: 60 mins including signing Areas prepared to travel to: London or anywhere if overnight expenses are met. Titles include: Soldier Dog (www.soldierdog.net) Read more [...]

  • Sophia Bennett

    Talks for Years 6-13 Creative writing workshops for Years 6-9 For KS 2 and 3 I talk about the importance of reading for pleasure, and my own story as a writer – which happened as a result of winning a competition run by JK Rowling’s first publisher, Barry Cunningham. For Read more [...]

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    Speakers4Schools

    Providing state schools with free talks from the UK’s leading figures to inspire & empower the next generation. Speakers for Schools is a UK charity launched in 2011 helping state schools inspire their students and broaden horizons through access to the insights, experiences and expertise of today’s leading figures through Read more [...]

  • STEM Ambassadors

    STEM Ambassadors We run the UK’s only network of STEM Ambassadors: over 30,000 brilliant and inspiring volunteers Across the UK, our STEM Ambassadors volunteer their time and support to promote STEM subjects to young learners in a vast range of original, creative, practical and engaging ways. They are an invaluable Read more [...]

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    WaterAid

    WaterAid is an international organisation whose mission is to transform the lives of the poorest and most marginalised people by improving access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene. Through our partners, we reached 2 million people with safe water and 3 million people with sanitation last year. Everything we do Read more [...]