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‘Speaking up for speaking’: ESB in Parliament

Tina Renshaw (Chief Executive), Alison Coates (Business Development Adviser), Pippa Quarrell (Chair), Richard Ellis (Honorary Treasurer) and Lulu Dale (Senior Examiner) were proud to participate in Emma Hardy MP’s event, ‘Speaking Up For Speaking’ alongside Anthony David (Excecutive Head), Julia Ward (Articulacy) and other leaders in communication, to celebrate the value of oracy and its…

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Learning Oracy Speech

Speaking out in Stoke-on-Trent

ESB began a special relationship with Stoke of Trent Schools in 2014. The initiative followed an approach by Stoke Education Authority, which was looking at ways of improving oracy in its schools. Since then, our relationship with Stoke Local Education Agency (LEA), teachers and learners has gone from strength to strength. Following the pilot scheme, ESB’s…

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Learning Oracy Social Mobility Speech

Boosting confidence and oracy in Stoke-on-Trent schools

ESB’s work in partnership with Stoke began in 2014, and our relationship since then really has gone from strength to strength – with many of Stoke’s schools now seeing the benefit of ESB’s specialised Oracy assessments, and showing their faith in our proven results, at a time when school funding is at a premium. What…

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Learning Oracy Speech

Charity Commission’s Chief Executive speaks on the value of Trusteeship

Charity Commission’s Chief Executive, Paula Sussex, delivered a speech at the Institute of Chartered Accountants’ annual dinner this Wednesday, emphasising the importance of trustees in charity-led businesses. English Speaking Board (International) Ltd. values its Trustees, who continue to be a source of great support and guidance in ESB’s strategic direction.

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