Cheadle Hulme School to host inspiring evening with renowned journalist
Cheadle Hulme School (CHS) is thrilled to announce that renowned author, journalist and broadcaster Caitlin Moran will be speaking to pupils and parents at the latest ChEd Talks Event at the school on Thursday 9 November.
Caitlin, whose vast accolades include the bestselling memoir How To Be A Woman, critically acclaimed Channel4 sitcom Raised By Wolves and latest thought-provoking book What About Men?, will be sharing her insights and experiences with the CHS community.
With her unique and humorous perspective on girlhood, boyhood and parenting, this discussion with Caitlin promises to inspire, provoke thought and foster meaningful conversations, with plenty of laughs along the way. Parents currently navigating the highs and lows of teenage years are sure to find this event invaluable.
The Sunday Times Bestselling Author’s latest book What About Men?, explores the challenges and pitfalls of modern masculinity; a particularly poignant topic to parents and teenagers given the impact of high-profile influencers like Andrew Tate in the social media age.
Caitlin Moran, talking about her upcoming ChEd Talks event, said: “[I’m] hugely looking forward to coming to Cheadle Hulme and talking about feminism, class, hope, men, social media, activism and a host of big topics, whilst also getting a bit of a thrill from maybe using a very mild swear-word, like “knickers”, in a school.”
Headteacher of Cheadle Hulme School, Neil Smith, said: “We’re delighted to have Caitlin along to our latest ChEd Talks Event on 9th November. I’m fascinated to hear her insights on the challenges boys, girls and parents face, and how that will resonate with our pupils and the wider CHS community.”
The event will take place on Thursday 9 November at 6.30pm in Holden Hall and is available to parents and pupils of Cheadle Hulme School. Tickets have now sold out with over 250 purchased for the event.