Really NEET influencing positive change on a global scale
One Young World: Sophie joined speakers such as Bob Geldof and Kofi Annan in Dublin to talk about the importance of creativity within education in front of an audience of 2000 young world leaders.
Ted Talk: Sophie spoke about how to teach Pythagoras theorem in a field to engage the hardest to reach young people. Her Ted Talk is now used by Teach First to train new teachers to understand the issues faces by disengaged young people.
Collaboration with Dame Kelly Holmes: Sophie was invited to sit on Kelly’s young people’s board to ensure the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust were keeping young people at the heart of its mission.
Social Enterprise Summit in Hong Kong: Sophie was invited by the general secretary of Hong Kong (Vincent Wong) to speak at the Summit about the importance of Social Enterprises in regards to tackling young people’s barriers to accessing education.
Pitch at the Palace: Prince Andrew invited Sophie to speak to some of the UK’s biggest investors at Buckingham Palace where she won the award for ‘most disruptive business’ demonstrating that Really NEET was paving the way for a new approach in education