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Worthian Voices support Worth's Online School

Worth Online is the School's Virtual Curriculum
Worth Online is the School's Virtual Curriculum
The School's online learning tool, Worth Online, has been a great success with a wonderful array of online material available to students, and has been supported by some great Worthian Voices.  This series of interviews with some key former students has focused on how they are coping with the pandemic, values they learnt at Worth that have helped shape their lives, and some sound advice for current Worth pupils. 

Isabella Rothman StM'13, founder of art platform Wondering People, talks during Art Week

Bishop John MacWilliam StB'67 talks about the challenges of running his parish in the Sahara Desert

Robert Bathurst R'75 shares his experiences in the acting world during Drama Week

James Longman B'05, correspondent with ABC News, talks about his experience of the pandemic

Tom Mitchell F'07, England Rugby Sevens Captain, talks about the highs of winning an Olympic medal

Katie Phillips StA'14, talks about the music she produced for the wonderful poem ‘The Great Realisation’ about the coronavirus pandemic that went viral with 30 million YouTube views.

Alice Le Marchant StM'18 tells us about her work with UK charity Surfers Against Sewage and the values she was taught at Worth.

Austen Ivereigh G'84 speaks about his recent interview with the Pope about the pandemic

Ben Wintour B'09 talks about Steel Warriors, the charity he set up to help combat knife crime.

Worthian Voices will continue in the autumn term but you can catch up with the series so far here.


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