How it works

This programme includes:

  • Class teacher training

    PDF Training Manual

  • The Programme lessons

    6 online lessons taught by Nicky Browne

  • The Competition

    National and International competition enrollment

Taught by founder Nicky Browne and facilitated by the class teacher.

This is an online programme, with 100% online support.

Watch Intro Video

Programme Overview

Watch this brief video for an overview of the learning journey

Who you will learn with

We want to ensure that every child leaving primary school will know how to address an audience in an articulate, engaging manner, using all their public speaking tools.

Nicky Browne

Founder of the Mighty Oak Public Speaking Programme

Nicky is an award winning public speaker, a teacher with international experience in both primary and secondary schools. She has an unshakable belief that every child has the ability to shine - whether it is standing with their strong commanding presence or delivering a speech that makes a difference. She has a confidence that is transferable, an expectation that delivers and a strong belief and passion in her subject. Her inspiring, clear, uncomplicated approach to teaching delivers results. She has been an award winning toastmaster for the past seven years and is highly sought after for both creating and delivering speeches and workshops. Having worked in Rome Italy, Perth WA, Mazabuka Zambia, Dublin Ireland and throughout the UK, she has gained valuable experience in teaching primary school children. Nicky is the creator of The Mighty Oak® Public Speaking Programme

Programme Options

Choose a payment option that best suits your school

  • £280.00

    £280.00Online Confident Speaking Competition Programme | Age 8-9
    1 Team

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  • £330.00

    £330.00Online Confident Speaking Competition Programme | Age 8-9
    2 Teams

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  • £380.00

    £380.00Online Confident Speaking Competition Programme | Age 8-9
    3 Teams

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Extra team entry

Click below if you wish to include an additional team entry to the competition. Maximum teams allowed is one per class.