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  • Chelt 4 Change Youth Debate #2

    Published 29/06/22, by Emily Buirski
    Subject: Inequality Part 2 - Education & Careers
    Wednesday 29 June 2022

    This debate is available to 10 year 10 to 13 students per Cheltenham Education Partnership school.

    Format: Two to three students from each school will collectively deliver a 5-minute statement (maximum time allocated per school) outlining the ONE thing that they believe will best assist them in understanding the range of options they have when considering their careers. How can employers help them achieve their aspirations?

    This will be followed by a live panel Q&A where all attending students (up to 100) will have the opportunity to ask questions with the guest panel of policymakers and industry specialists. Panellists include Councillor Flo Clucas (Liberal Democrat councillor in Cheltenham and Cabinet Member for Safety and Communities), Lindsey Holland (Cheltenham Chamber Commerce), Richard York (Cynam MD), James Cinicola (Golden Valley Development), and representation from G-First LEP Careers Enterprise.

    Come prepared to have your voices heard and your questions answered!

    To register your interest please contact your CEP champion or email:

    Deadline to register: Friday 17th June 2022

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  • Carmen Get It! Opera Workshop

    Published 26/06/22, by Emily Buirski
    Sunday 26th June, 10am - 4:30pm
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  • Art Extravaganza & Demos

    Published 18/06/22, by Emily Buirski
    Saturday 18 June 2022
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  • ChangeMakers Summit

    Published 17/06/22, by Emily Buirski
    Friday 17 June 2022, 9am - 4pm 
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  • Literary Society Meeting - Dystopian Dialects

    Published 12/05/22, by Emily Buirski
    Thursday 12 May, 4:15pm - 5:30pm 
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  • Student Voice Workshop

    Published 05/05/22, by Emily Buirski
    Thursday 5th May, 2pm - 4pm 

    Venue: Balcarras School

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  • “Women & Girls in Conflict Zones” Question Time Panel Discussion ​​​​​​​

    Published 31/03/22, by Emily Buirski
    *This event has been postponed until the autumn term
    Venue: The Princes Hall, Bayshill Road, Cheltenham

    Participants: Open to years 10 upwards; 12 – 15 students per schools (additional numbers will be considered)

    Description: Year 10 students and teachers from CEP schools are invited to join us for a Question Time style panel discussion on the theme of Women and Girls in Conflict Zones.  Already confirmed to take part alongside Adam Dobby are Lindsey Hilsum, International Editor Channel 4 News, Arwa Damon, a senior international correspondent for CNN and president and founder of INARA, a humanitarian organization that provides medical treatment to refugee children from Syria, Mary Rogers, a multiple Emmy and Peabody Award-winning photojournalist with CNN International, and Justine Redman , CBS News producer based in London. The event might interest subjects such as Politics, Geography, History, Art/Photography and anyone studying world and current affairs.

    Contact: Please contact Patricia Stead with your interest (, copying in Emily Buirski ( )

    Registration deadline: Friday 18th March

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  • Chelt 4 Change Youth Debate

    Published 24/03/22, by Emily Buirski
    Subject: Inequality
    Thursday 24 March 2022
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  • RS Conference with Reverend Rachel Treweed, Bishop of Gloucester

    Published 07/03/22, by Emily Buirski
    Monday 7 March, 9am - 1pm 
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  • CEP Student Voice Meeting

    Published 10/02/22, by Emily Buirski
    Thursday 10 February 2022, 2pm - 4pm 
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  • ChangeMakers Workshop

    Published 04/02/22, by Emily Buirski

    The ChangeMakers will meet on the following dates to share their actions and achievements since the November 2021 launch event, and decide on the next steps towards achieving sustainability at school and community levels as preparations begin for the CEP ChangeMakers Summit this summer:





    During this event students will have the opportunity to present the action they have taken since the ChangeMakers launch, in front of local government leaders and industry representatives.

    We will be working with the University of Gloucestershire Sustainability team to provide a number of workshops as part of the Summit. These workshops will aim to deepen students’ knowledge around environmental sustainability and future careers in this area, plus offer CPD for staff. There will also be a chance for students to ask more questions from industry experts.  

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