‘Challenges and Opportunities in A Changing World’
Who: Year 11
When: Tuesday 9th February
Stratton Upper School and CMAT would like to invite you to a special evening of guest speakers who will inspire, motivate, challenge and encourage your thinking. This special event is for both students of year 11 and their parents/careers.
Join this special live event at http://y11evening.cmat.cloud
‘Anything is possible’
The first guest speaker is Charlie Fogarty MBE
In March 2020, Charlie Fogarty suffered a sever brain injury after being hit by an overtaking car whilst crossing the road. Following the accident Charlie was rushed to Birmingham’s Children Hospital, placed in an induced coma and spent 11 uncertain days in intensive care. He was then transferred to a Neuro ward where he spent the next four months in the early stages of recovery. Charlie completed a 6-month rehabilitation programme in Surry Children’s Trust where he learned to eat, walk and talk again. He was finally returned home in February 2013, from there, he began his inspiring journey to recovery.
“The Unifrog Careers Platform”
After Charlie has spoken you must click on the Stratton School event link
In keeping with our commitment to provide students with outstanding careers guidance and tailored support when choosing their next step after school, we will now be using Unifrog; an award-winning, online careers platform. This session will launch Unifrog to students and parents.
At the end of this session please click back on the U-TUBE event:
“Your personal brand online”
The second guest speaker is Jack Miller the founder Career Velocity.
Jack Miller currently works for Aston Martin- James Bond’s favourite car- promotion and vetting franchise department. He holds executive responsibility for quality assuring the Aston Martin franchises across the world ensuring that the name Aston Martin continues to be synonymous with quality, prestige and service. He began his own company Career Velocity, a career development service, to help all people ‘get the job they want’. Jack has links with the ‘Young Enterprise Company’ and is also currently embarked on an Executive MBA in Business.