TEDx – The Beauty of the Unknown
In a world defined by change, the youth will enter an environment unlike any other and in the face of adversity, will embark on journeys into the unknown. Although this may seem like an ominous place, this TEDx event intends to highlight the beauty in discovery and journeys taken to get there. Sharing ideas about the past, present and future, this year’s theme is ‘The Beauty of the Unknown’.
This independent TEDx event is operated under license from TED:
TEDx is a grassroots initiative, created in the spirit of TED’s overall mission to research and discover “ideas worth spreading.” TEDx brings the spirit of TED to local communities around the globe through TEDx events. These events are organised by passionate individuals who seek to uncover new ideas and share the latest research in their local areas that spark conversations in their communities. TEDx events include live speakers and recorded TED Talks, and are organised independently under a free license granted by TED. These events are not controlled by TED, but event organisers agree to abide by its format, and are offered guidelines for curation, speaker coaching, event organising and more.
At TEDxRedhillSchool, you can expect more than just an incredible line up of top industry professionals and speakers presenting your ideas. Our offering will also include live performances and limited access online meets with selected presenters.
The conference took place on June 20th 2020 and all talks are available for viewing on our YouTube Channel.
About Redhill School
Redhill School is an innovative and forward-thinking school that is passionate about building and growing the country’s future leaders. Never one to be afraid of doing things differently, Redhill’s rich 113-year history is filled with examples of the school’s progressive nature and pioneering approach to education, with a firm focus on students’ emotional and social wellbeing. Not only does the school continue to achieve some of the top Matric results in the country, but it is also the first South African school to allow Matric students the choice between writing an IEB or IB (International Baccalaureate) final exam. The school is deeply rooted in its community and is committed to extending its passion for the arts, leadership and lifelong learning beyond its campus.