EdTalk discussion to connect parents with education thought leaders

February 26, 2018
SCMP Updates
Education-focused event will delve into the topic of secondary education at Hong Kong’s international schools

The EdTalk series is the latest education-focused production from the SCMP, following the dedicated Education section on scmp.com, and various custom publications including celebrating the English Schools Foundation’s 50th anniversary.

EdTalk provides a discussion platform for some of Hong Kong’s most engaged parents to interact with thought leaders in the education sector. Held in March, the roughly one-hour event will feature a panel discussion on Secondary Education, led by representatives from acclaimed international schools.

Panelists comprise Brian Cooklin (principal of Nord Anglia International School), Mark Blackshaw (principal of KGV), Natalie Broderick (director of student services at HKIS), and Robin Lister (founding headmaster of Malvern College Hong Kong).

Participating parents will have the opportunity to learn more about programmes and admissions at the featured schools.

SCMP EdTalk: Secondary Education
Eton House, 5/F, Champion Tower, 3 Garden Road, Central
Saturday March 10, 2018

Brand owners wishing to take advantage of this special event to gain prominence and engage with high calibre parents and families should immediately contact us for sponsorship details.

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