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Public speaking

Sixth Form Public Speaking Finalists Impress

Winners of the East Region Sixth Form Public Speaking Competition revealed

Speaking up for success

Students speak up for the value of oracy

Humour and passion win the day at the grand final of the Performing Shakespeare competition 2019

Meet the winners of the Performing Shakespeare competition 2019

Picture of a Public Speaking Competition Team

A capital success

Two new hub days for the London area Public Speaking Competition

ESU-Churchill Public Speaking Competition winners 2019

Congratulations to all the winners at the national final of the ESU-Churchill Public Speaking Competition, held at Churchill College Cambridge on 27 April

See the best international public speakers

UK school students are warmly invited to attend the grand final of the IPSC for free. Friday, 17 May, 1pm, Royal Institution, London

ESU-Churchill Public Speaking Grand Final 2019

Free tickets to the Public Speaking Competition final – register now to see some of the best speakers in England and Wales. Saturday, 27 April. Churchill College, Cambridge.

Norwich & Norfolk Regional PSC Final 2019

Five local schools compete in regional PSC heat for place in grand final.

Caistor Grammar wins Lincolnshire PSC heat

2018 national finalists, Caistor Grammar win Lincolnshire heats for the 2019 Public Speaking Competition.

Colchester branch: a primary reason for public speaking

Over 80 primary school students actively participated in Colchester and North Essex branch's first Primary School Public Speaking Competition.

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