Virtual Visit Webinar: Rashmi Sirdeshpande, author of How to Change the World

Register to have Rashmi Sirdeshpande, author of How to Change the World, Never Show a T-Rex a Book and How to be Extraordinary, beam directly in front of your class LIVE!

About the book:

How could you and your friends change the world? By working together! Join author Rashmi Sirdeshpande and be inspired by incredible stories of activists who have joined forces to change the world for the better. Discover the astonishing things humans can achieve: from the campaign for women's votes, to the efforts to heal the ozone layer. Or travel back to the start of democracy in Ancient Greece, and into space to see the incredible teamwork on the international space station. Full of collective action and real protests, for every child who feels too small to change things on their own, How to Change the World shows the power we have when we come together.

What to expect during the session:

Uncover some of these incredible stories and discover just some of the MANY ways we can work together to change our world in this fascinating, interactive session, and learn how you can make a difference too! Rashmi will also answer some of your pupils’ burning questions so don’t forget to send these in advance!

Register to join the Rashmi Sirdeshpande's Virtual Visit on Monday 1st March 2021 and look out for emails from Puffin Schools with the Zoom link and information to help you prepare for the virtual visit. You will be able to share the Zoom link with pupils from your class watching from home.

You can submit your questions and school shout-outs by emailing Please submit your questions by 25th February.  

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