Tracey Curtis-Taylor is the first speaker to tour the Dulwich College International schools as part of the Shackleton Lecture series.
The Shackleton Lecture series commemorates Old Alleynian and renowned explorer Ernest Shackleton. The series will feature leading explores speaking to students about grit determination and courage to help them uncover a sense of adventure in everyday life.
This year’s speaker is a British aviator Tracey Curtis-Taylor renowned for her long distance flights in vintage open cockpit aircraft. In 2015 – 2016 Tracey completed the 23,000 kilometre journey from Farnborough, UK to Sydney, Australia.
From the 6 to 18 October, Tracey will be speaking to students in the Dulwich College International schools in Singapore, Seoul, Suzhou, Shanghai, Beijing, Zhuhai.
Here is a little snippet of one of her many flights – this one, over Bagan, Myanmar.