On Demand Events

On Demand Events

Welcome to our 'on demand' stream.  Here you will find links to recordings of past events that you may have been unable to attend.  


October 2020

 

Event:          Twilight Talk
Speaker:     Claire Urquhart and Marjorie Lotfi Gill of Open Book
Date:            Tuesday 27th October
Format:       Webinar

The first Twilight Talk of the Session was a truly inspiring and fascinating webinar with guest speakers Claire Urquhart & Marjorie Lofti Gill, Co-founders of 'Open Book'.  Claire and Marjorie speak thoughtfully on the 'who', the 'what' the 'where' and the 'why' of Open Book which they founded in 2013 as well as introducing us to some beautiful and thought provoking poetry throughout.

 

Please click the link below to access the on demand recording and enter the passcode: M$W8Yjh= 

Twilight Talk with Open Book on demand recording 

You can find out more about Open Book on their website.


November 2020

 

Event:       Building Resilience to Thive                                          
Speaker:  Emma Bell
Date:         Tuesday 3rd November
Format:    Webinar

Emma Bell has spent the past 3 years travelling over 35,000 miles around the world to interview some of the world's most resilient people to understand the key strategies we can all apply to thrive. In this webinar, Emma will share the key practices for building a resilient mindset, together with some of the stories of those 'Thrivers' who have shared their insights.

Please click the link below to access the on demand recording and enter the passcode: U?Dcj1Hm

Emma Bell Building Resilience to Thrive on demand recording 

 

 

Event:        Watson's Against Racism
Date:          Tuesday 17th November 
Speaker:   George Watson's staff
Format:     Webinar

 

In June, the Principal made an important statement about the School's commitment to combating racism. Since then various individuals and groups in the School have been addressing aspects of our heritage and current practice and developing ways in which the voices of current pupils and Watsonians of colour can be heard. Our online event is an opportunity for those working in this area to report back and compare notes and for pupils, parents and members of the wider Watsonian community to hear what has been done and to contribute to the discussion.

Please click the link below to view the on demand recording

Watson's Against Racism On Demand