Students from RLT secondary schools were given three minutes to change the world at a recent event hosted by a University of Oxford college.
The students watched talks by academics and figures from industry, took part in mentored workshops on public speaking and then presented their ideas to fellow delegates.
The Our World Symposium was held at Trinity College’s new Levine Building, which was opened by King Charles III in May.
Eighty students from The Swan School, The Cherwell School, Wheatley Park, Cheney and The Oxford Academy attended.
Speakers included Oxford Professor of Moral Philosophy Roger Crisp, who talked about changing the world by asking important questions, and Dr MaryAnn Noonan from the Oxford Department of Experimental Psychology, whose speech was entitled ‘Changing Our World By Being A Teenager’.
You can read the Oxford Mail report on the event HERE.