TEDx Cheltenham - The 100 Year Life - Educating "Generation C"
On Friday 13th May, TEDx Cheltenham featured Principal Eve Jardine-Young in the Parabola Arts Centre, on the subject of 'The 100 Year Life - Educating Generation C'.
Eve Jardine-Young (1990, Elizabeth) has been Principal of Cheltenham Ladies’ College since 2011, having worked in the independent sector for over 25 years, including at Radley College (Oxfordshire), Blundell’s School (Devon) and Epsom College (Surrey). She had held academic and pastoral roles in both co-educational and single sex schools, having originally worked in industry after graduating from Cambridge University in Engineering Science, sponsored by Arup.
She has spoken nationally and internationally on themes relating to education, including Washington, London, Prague and Hong Kong, and is deeply committed to environmental initiatives, social enterprise, microfinance and development, having been born and raised in Malawi.
She is Chair of the World Leading Schools Association (WLSA) and a Deputy Lord Lieutenant for Gloucestershire, as well as having served as a governor of the Barnwood Trust, whose work supports marginalised and vulnerable adults in leading more independent lives.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
How are we envisioning the future of education?
Eve said "Pupils and colleagues remain my most compelling inspiration for the decade to come"