'Cottesmore Connected' webinar series
Cottesmore School recently announced the launch of the new ‘Cottesmore Connected’ webinar series. In recognition of the digital transition all schools will undoubtedly be exploring, Cottesmore introduced the webinar series to all parents who are supporting their children with remote learning during the Summer Term.
Coming next ...
News on the 12th instalment of our Cottesmore Connected webinar series, coming soon.
Get in touch
Please feel free to send your questions in for our guest speaker ahead of our webinars. You are also welcome to send the details of the Zoom webinar to friends and families in similar situations. For additional information, or for any questions regarding 'Cottesmore Connected', please email: [email protected].
Previous 'Cottesmore Connected' webinars
|06/04/20||Sir Anthony Seldon||
The inaugural webinar took place on 6th April at 5pm with the famous and inimitable Sir Anthony Seldon as guest speaker.
Sir Anthony discussed challenges in history, remote learning and advice for parents on our current situation.
For our second instalment of 'Cottesmore Connected' we were joined by Mark Steed, Headmaster at Kellett School in Hong Kong, from which we have five British expat boys and girls presently at Cottesmore.
In terms of the coronavirus outbreak, his school is six weeks ahead of those in the UK. With the Hong Kong riots before that, he has become experienced in remote learning and had plenty of stories and useful tips to share.
For our third instalment of 'Cottesmore Connect'ed we were joined by super tutor, remote learning expert and mother of four, Juliet Rolls.
Juliet brings with her a huge amount of expertise in this area as she has forged a stellar career in home learning and live remote learning; in addition to which she has been teaching children and young adults since the beginning of the coronavirus.
|15/04/20||Eve Jardine-Young||For our fourth instalment we were joined by Cheltenham Ladies' College Principal, Eve Jardine-Young. Eve gave our audience a visually enhanced presentation on life after lockdown, which was thoroughly enjoyed by all.|
|17/04/20||Dr Giaroli||Our fifth instalment was with leading child and adolescent psychologist, Dr Giaroli. The webinar topic tackled 'wellbeing in lockdown. A doctor's perspective'. Many of us are in various stages of anxiety about the lockdown and the coronavirus itself; so having Dr Giaroli to give practical advice on the issue from a child’s/ adolescent’s perspective was very well received.|
|20/04/20||Josh Hough, James Staples and Steve Helm||We listened to you - our parents and the wider community asked us for a technology based webinar. Our sixth webinar discussed the technical aspect of remote learning, the best devices for learning and general tech advice with the help of Josh Hough of Mas Networks, Fernwood Projects' James Staples along with Cottesmore's Head of IT, Steve Helm and Cottesmore pupil, Max.|
|22/04/20||Lizzie King||At Cottesmore, we have been thinking of ways to help and support everyone through this period of 'lockdown'. Healthy eating expert Lizzie King from "Lizzie Loves Healthy" [ https://lizzie-loves.com/ ] gave 'Cottesmore Connected 'the lowdown on nutrition in lockdown.|
|30/04/20||Chris Pyle||Chris Pyle, Head at Lancaster Royal Grammar School, joined us for our eighth instalment of 'Cottesmore Connected' providing our audience with a creative insight into remote learning.|
|06/05/20||James Fulton||Eton's Master in College, James Fulton, joined us for the ninth instalment of our 'Cottesmore Connected' webinars. James was able to provide our listeners with an incredible insight into Eton's remote learning programme.|
|19/05/20||Alastair Land||Harrow Head Master, Alastair Land, joined us for the tenth instalment of 'Cottesmore Connected'. We were very fortunate to learn about Harrow's remote learning programme during lockdown, what the future looks like after the pandemic, and how schools can continue to support their pupils and their families.|
|16/06/20||Jonathan Beale||Eton’s Researcher-in-Residence joined us on Tuesday evening to discuss ‘The Future of Education After COVID-19’. For more information on Collaboration in Education after Covid-19 (CIRL) please visit www.cirlresearch.com|