An inspiring, free series of educational videos, Hay Levels features festival experts from a range of disciplines offering bite-size inspiration for A Level students.
Matched to current A Level subject curricula, the latest series includes contributions from mathematicians Marcus du Sautoy and Ursula Martin; lawyer Sarah Nouwen; biologist Sarah-Jayne Blakemore; professor of immunology Daniel Davis; broadcaster Gemma Cairney; Stemettes founder Anne-Marie Imafidon; astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell Burnell and space scientist Maggie Aderin Pocock; classicist Emily Wilson; historians David Olusoga and Janina Ramirez; sociologist Rehinde Andrews; economist Linda Yueh; V&A curator Claire Wilcox; geographer Emily Shuckburgh; writers Bidisha, Tishani Doshi, and Fiona Sampson; and activist Helen Pankhurst.
Videos will be released fortnightly throughout the school year on the Hay Levels YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/HayLevels) and shared across social media (#HayLevels), supplementing the growing bank of content already available online.
A copy of Dean, Sue & Cath's presentation from Friday's Independent Learning INSET. Any feedback or questions can be directed to Dean, Sue, Cath or Priya or to the 'Comments' box below.
A copy of Dean & Sue's other resources from the session can be accessed here.