In the latest of our Remarkable Women Lecture series best-selling author and LEH Alumna Tanith Carey reveals the importance of finding your personal 'spark' to live a rewarding life. All proceeds raised will be donated to the Bursary Fund.
The talk will take place on Monday 18th November 2019 at LEH School at 7pm.
Tanith Carey is the author of 10 books on subjects ranging from parenting to social history, such as The Friendship Maze, What's My Child Thinking? and Taming the Tiger Parent.
As an award-winning journalist and former foreign correspondent, Tanith also writes opinon pieces and features for a wide range of publications all over the world, including The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and The New Statesman.
In her talk, she will argue that discovering a personal 'spark' is essential to a fulfilled life for us and for our children. It can be musical, athletic, intellectual, academic or relational - anything from helpig animals to growing and making things. The feeling of competence that comes from doing something you love can raise confidence levels exponentially, giving a sense of fulfillment that will sustain you from childhood to adulthood.
Tickets £15 (concessions £5) including drinks and canapes. Please book your tickets through the Trybooking link on the Parent Portal.