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Teacher presenting Oracy in Action to his class

Get your pupils talking with Oracy in Action

Oracy in Action is a unique new programme consisting of three modules (available individually or as a package) which provides primary schools with a fully sequenced oracy curriculum.

A picture of a young female debater standing in front of a fireplace inside the ESU London's office building at Dartmouth House.

Bromley High School and Ibstock Place School go through to the ESU-Churchill Public Speaking Competition Grand Finals

Bromley High School and Ibstock Place School win the London Regional Finals amidst an immensely high standard of competition

A photograph of three female students of South Wiltshire Grammar School along with an old man and an old woman standing in front of a registration table inside a hall.

Success for South Wiltshire Grammar School

South Wiltshire Grammar School triumphs at the South West Region Final of the ESU-Churchill Public Speaking Competition

Lindemann Outreach- ‘Introduction to Science’

The Lindemann Trust organised a day of science talks for Year 6 students at Magdalene College, Cambridge.

Former head of Chilean school wins ESU International Oracy Teacher Award  

Teacher working in Chile recognised for excellence in oracy teaching

Colchester Branch: ESU-Churchill Public Speaking Competition Colchester Heat

Colchester Branch: Essex holds ESU-Churchill public speaking heats

Harrow School Wins London Region Heat 8

Harrow School victorious at London Region Heat 8 at Featherstone High School, Ealing

Victory for Haberdasher Aske’s School, Elstree

Haberdasher Aske’s School, Elstree, wins Hertfordshire Branch Final of the ESU-Churchill Public Speaking Competition

‘It was thrilling to see our students using their voices'

We speak to Bev Knuckey, Deputy Head of Llanedeyrn Primary School, who won last year's Oracy Culture Award...

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