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Education and Transformation

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Children and young people represent the change we want to see in the world. Education lights every stage of their journey to a better life, especially for poorer and more vulnerable groups. Education’s unique power to catalyse personal and career development can only be fully realized, if it is equitable and accessible to all. That means making special efforts to ensure that all children and young people – regardless of their family income, where they live, their gender, their ethnicity, whether they are disabled or victims of bullying – can benefit equally from its transformative power. On the 10th October Smiley Movement and Spinney Primary– an Ashoka School of Changemakers in Cambridge, will be hosting an event that will discuss ways to better prepare young people for their futures.   Joined by a panel of speakers from different educational backgrounds we aim to deliver an inspiring Smiley Talk that engages educational charities, members of the public, parents, teachers, students and organisations with a shared interest in promoting transformative education.

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Rae Snape

Headteacher of Spinney School

Rae Snape

Headteacher of Spinney School

National Leader of Education, Headteacher of Spinney School, Head of Kite TSA and a Flamingo of Hope!

Carrie Herbert MBE

CEO of Red Balloon Learner Centre

Carrie Herbert MBE

CEO of Red Balloon Learner Centre

CEO of Red Balloon Learner Centre for bully children, disruptor and winner of the ‘Shaping the Future’ award at the Amazing Women Awards

Who is Attending (2)

Christina Medici

Head of Global Partnerships
at Smiley Movement (CIC)
  • Interests: Gender Equality
  • Offers: Business Development
  • Needs: Writing & Journalism

Julie Platten

  • Interests: Good Health and Wellbeing
  • Offers: a few hours a year
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