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PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) are running a Back to Schools Tour virtually between 25 January and 12

February 2021. These live sessions, open to Years 10-13, offer an insight into the world of business and awareness of their entry routes. The sessions will last approximately 45 minutes, including time for questions, and will be delivered by PwC employees.

These sessions will be held virtually using Google Meet. You’ll have the flexibility to sign up to a session slot (morning or afternoon) that suits you best and to request a time that suits your timetable. PwC are able to run more than one session at your school for different classes or year groups.

Please note, these sessions are only available for delivery into a classroom with a teacher/member of school staff present, not for when students are at home. However, PwC will be able to share a recorded version with any schools who want to share the session with students who are at home.

To book a slot for your class or group of students, please complete this form. You can select either morning or afternoon for your preferred date and include the specific time and number of sessions you’d like us to deliver - a session lasts for 45 minutes so, for example, you can select one session 09:00-09:45 or four sessions back to back from 08:30-11:30.

PwC asks for a minimum of 20 students per session. Please note, once a slot is filled, it’ll disappear from the form. By selecting a session, you’re committing to this date and time so please make sure you’re able to attend.

PwC are also offering another cycle of their New World. New Skills - Schools series, their social mobility virtual skills programme. The Spring series is for students in Years 7-9 and will be launching on 22 February 2021.

For further information you can visit their website. Alternatively sign up here and one of their team will be in touch closer to the launch date with further details.

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