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09 January 2018

The British School Warsaw hosted their first ever TEDx event at the school: TEDxYouth@TBSWarsaw (x = independently organised event) on 12th of January 2018.


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  • Zahra Dry
  • Alyssa Firla TEDx
  • TEDX Speakers
  • TEDx Violin

On the night of the sold out conference, TEDxYouth@TBSWarsaw had 21 illuminating speakers and 20 inspirational TEDx talks which addressed the theme: “Our Passions, beliefs successes and lessons – Educating for a 21st century mind-set.” The event was very disciplinary in nature, with a wide range of issues, subjects and ideas discuss across a range of fields. 11 of the speakers were students, while we also had an exciting range of speakers from the NAE, school and Warsaw community, including: parents, alumni, an MIT undergraduate, 4-time Olympic gold medallist and local innovators, pioneers and entrepreneurs.

The dedication of all those involved in the event, cannot be underestimated and we would like to thank everyone involved in the event for all their passion and hard work that went into making it possible. Thank you also to The British School  Warsaw for sponsoring the event.