Landor Association Annual Lecture - Felicity Bee
This event will take place from 7:00pm on 26/01/2021.
For our 2021 our annual Landor Association Lecture will be delivering it via Microsoft Teams online. However, we have a speaker for you from our Old Girl community every bit as interesting and entertaining as our previous Landor speakers, actor and Old Girl Sophie Turner from 'Game of Thrones', TV historian Lucy Worsley, and Old Girl, broadcaster and Cambridge don Helen Castor.
We are delighted to announce our 2021 speaker, is Old Girl Felicity Bee. She may not be a household name ... yet, but that may well change in the future. Felicity is a true embodiment of King's High's slogan 'aspire, achieve, enjoy'. In addition to studying Medicine at Cardiff University, Felicity is training hard for the British Olympic bobsleigh team and has her sights set on the Winter Olympics in Beijing (2022) and Milan (2026) .
Felicity recorded a motivational video for the school during lockdown, and stressed the self-discipline that comes from sport, which can help greatly in academic study. She strongly believes that sport can be enjoyed by everyone, and there is a sport out there for us all. We know that she will be an inspirational and engaging speaker and look forward to giving you further details of her talk, and how you can listen from your own homes, by the end of the year.
At the end of the lecture Felicity is happy to answer your questions. Please submit your questions* to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 22nd January, 4pm.
We will send out the link to the event on the day, so please look out for it on Tuesday 26th January should you wish to join us.