College Talks

Guest speakers inspire young people about possible futures and what it might take to reach them, as well as broaden students' horizons to see the world outside of their classroom and local community. Students have the opportunity to learn something new or hear a new perspective on a topic that interests them from a guest speaker.

Below are some examples of the guest speakers who have presented at Winstanley College:

  • What is a Publishing Editor for a Scientific Journal?
  • How Chemistry Can Teach Us to Live More Sustainably
  • Studying Maths at Lancaster University
  • Misconceptions Around a Physics Degree by Emily Costello
  • The Role ofa Bio Statistician by Katie Law
  • Life as a Nutritionist by Danielle Watkins, Mellors Catering
  • Routes into Teaching by Tiegan Yates, Edge Hill University
  • Studying Literature at Degree Level by Dr Mark Yates
  • Studying Criminology at University by Dana Norris
  • Career in Law by George Kenyon, University of Law
  • Progression to Drama by Alumni Students
  • A Day in the Life of an Apprentice by Khushi Kharat
  • Working for a Charity by Keeley Dalfen, The Brick


  • Tutankhamen Talk by Phil Duckworth, Associate Assistant Principal
  • The Three Person Baby by Emma Craddock, Assistant Head of Biology and Co-curricular en rich ment coordinator
  • Is Voting Worth it for Gen Z? by Debbie Owen, Deputy Principal

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