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Changing Education Podcast S3 E2 Work Experience – Emma Swan (Actor)

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In this second episode of season 3, Company Directors and Co-Founders, Matthew Hodgkinson and Stephen Hackney, and host Amos Madra reflect on Emma Swan’s advice for students preparing for work experience.

 

Emma Swan is a northern presenter, actor, singer and musician Emma Swan. With her very funny singer songwriter skills – she has been dubbed a young, contemporary Victoria Wood.

 

Emma has just landed a star part in Horrible Histories in the West End which starts in the summer. Emma, who lived and grew up on a cruise ship following in the footsteps of her musical theatre parents on stage and her grandparents who were in Vaudeville, has recently been nominated for the Audio Production Awards Narrator of the Year up against Hugh Bonneville and Michael Sheen.

 

We discuss the value of work experience in the Curriculum and hear personal stories from our guests.

 

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15.12.2021
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