Inspire! Series | Framlingham College

In conversation with…

Thomasina Miers

Head of Careers, Caroline Styles, spoke to Thomasina Miers, as part of our Inspire! series where we talk to amazing individuals offering the benefit of their experiences to our pupils. The MasterChef winner discusses her early development, how she took her time, through a range of eclectic life experiences, to decide upon her career before fully applying herself to it.

Ed and Lois Jackson

Ed Jackson was destined for a hugely successful career in sport until he dived head-first into a shallow swimming pool. After several operations, he found himself in ICU only able to move his right hand. Ed and Lois tell us what it took to go from being unable to move at all, to climbing a mountain just one year after his accident. Their story is a truly inspirational one of adaptation and perseverance in hugely challenging circumstances, when life transpires to get in the way of other plans.

Andy Halliday

Andy Halliday, GB Men’s Hockey Team Manager, speaks to our Director of Sport, Nick Gandy, in the last of the Inspire! Series Interviews for the Summer Term. With the current COVID-19 pandemic causing a one-year delay to the 2020 Olympics, we get Andy’s insight into what this means with regards to adapting to a new schedule of training and preparedness.

Daisy Cooper MP

In this Inspire! interview we welcome Daisy Cooper, Liberal Democrat MP for St Albans where she takes time out from her very busy schedule to speak with Thom Salisbury, Head of Politics and PSHE, about a range of topics. The subject of COVID-19 and lockdown is discussed amongst other interesting points of view Daisy holds on a number of issues facing the UK over the next few years.

Dara Nasr

We are thrilled to welcome Dara Nasr, Managing Director of Twitter UK, to our Inspire! Series of interviews. David Ashton, Deputy Head (Academic), discusses Dara’s own schooling, interests at school, the importance of school and the role of technology as well as advice to our pupils about entering the world of work.

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