Angmering School in West Sussex, understand the importance and impact the Dare to Dream programme has on young people and their students. That is why they are one of the first schools to welcome back Jack since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic!
Jack visited the school this December 2020, as a kick start before the new year where we have a number of programme deliveries scheduled in. We already have commitment from four local organisations that are doing their part in helping the next generation, as they see it as part of their duty of care to local young people in our Region.
Included in Jack’s inspirational and motivational sessions, he talks about his personal journey from council estate to becoming the third longest-serving radio host, dropping useful life anecdotes throughout. Jack will share stories from his childhood poverty and experiences from schools, to show the students that they can “dare to dream” and anything is possible if they set their minds to it. Jack will cover the importance of humility, empathy, communication skills and grasping every opportunity possible with employability at the forefront for all his advice.
Feedback from Angmering school:
“The students loved Jack's presentation. We had a full turn out of students (80 Year 9s) and Jack had them in the palm of his hands.
Jack always manages to pitch his presentations perfectly and engages the students with such enthusiasm. The students were able to relate to him and enjoyed listening to his journey growing up.”