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RSA Screening: Most Likely To Succeed

Fellowship Event

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53two, Manchester

  • Education
  • Creativity
  • Schools
  • Fellowship

Most Likely to Succeed is a worldwide campaign to reimagine education.

This special screening in Manchester of the film Most Likely To Succeed is a call to parents, carers, educators, creatives, and businesses to reimagine what our children and teachers are capable of, and to discuss how we educate, inspire, and prepare our children for life in the 21st century. The film has featured in many of the world’s top film festivals and has been referred to as “the most compelling film ever done on the topic of school”.

The event will foster meaningful conversations among educators, business leaders, parents, and students. Following the film, there will be a discussion led by Martin Ainscough FRSA, Jon Kime, and Pauric McKeown about how current obstacles within our education system can be overcome to ignite a real change in thinking about education in the North.

The event is open to all and free to attend. Please book your ticket in advance.

"After seeing this film, you’ll never look at school the same way again" - To watch the trailer and find out more about the film, visit www.mltsfilm.org.

If you have any questions, or to let us know of any access requirements or reasonable adjustments you have, please contact Martin Ainscough: ainscoughm@flhs.wigan.sch.uk.

Location: 53two, 8 Albion St, Park Avenue Car Park, Manchester, M1 5LN.

Please note: The venue isn't the easiest to find. Visit the 53two website in advance for more information and directions.

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