ISP Education Talks & Future Pathways

Discover how to foster your child's development

Participate in our monthly webinars where you will receive information and advice on key issues for your children’s education.
*Free event after registration

Each session lasts between 30 and 45 minutes + 15 minutes of questions via live chat.

EDUCATION TALKS - 11TH MAY - Lighting the spark: discovering your child's entrepreneurial talent.
Lighting the spark: discovering your child’s entrepreneurial talent.
How entrepreneurship at school prepares your children for our uncertain and changing world.

Isabel Navarro – Co-founder and General Manager at Fundación Créate

Co-founder and General Director of the Fundación Créate. Industrial Engineer from the Simón Bolívar University (Caracas, VE) with studies at the Université Technologie de Compiègne (FR) and the Universität Karlsruhe (DE), Isabel has an EMBA from ESADE (Madrid, ES). She has worked in R&D&I consulting for more than ten years. Co-founder of Círculo de Orellana. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Open Education Association.


Marta Martínez – Principal at Internacional Aravaca

Graduated in Business Administration with a Master’s Degree in Management of Educational Centers and since 2008, she has been the Principal of the Internacional Aravaca school, which she inaugurated and where she discovered her passion for teaching business skills, introducing an “entrepreneurship” curricular subject in the school’s educational project.


Iago Campo – Entrepreneur

While Iago studied at Internacional Aravaca founded an automobile enterprise at the age of 16 years old which still runs day today. When he was 19, he entered in a restoration group currently in charge of 5 restaurants and plans to open 5 more in the next 2 years. At this moment he works as the manager of the latest venue opened, managing a team of 15 employees.

FUTURE PATHWAYS - 16th MAY (Only for ISP current families) - The future of work & global trends

The future of work & global trends

In this presentation, Professor Tristram Hooley, will look at the future and, while no one can predict what will happen, Professor Hooley will argue that there are lots of things that we can do to ‘future proof’ ourselves and our children. He will explore what the big trends in technology, politics and society mean for careers in the future and examine the skills and occupations that are most likely to be in high demand in the next 10, 15 or 30 years.

Tristram Hooley – Professor of Career Education at the Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences

Having previously worked as Director of Research for Careers & Enterprise Company, Chief Research Officer at Institute of Student Employers and Head of International Centre for Guidance Studies at the University of Derby. He has published 10 books and over 100 articles and reports.




Wednesday 11th May 10:00 – Lighting the spark: discovering your child’s entrepreneurial talent.


Miércoles 11 de mayo 12:00 –Encendiendo la mecha: cómo descubrir el talento emprendedor de tu hijo/a.



Monday 16th May 2022 @ 7pm UK, 8pm Europe – THE FUTURE OF WORK & GLOBAL TRENDS


Miércoles 18 de mayo 2022 @ 7pm hora del Reino Unido (español) – 8pm España – EL FUTURO DEL TRABAJO



Previous sessions

EDUCATION TALKS - 23rd FEBRUARY - Is your child learning at school? How do you know?

Is your child learning at school? How do you know? 

As a parent, you play a key role in your child’s learning, and although you receive progress reports from school, how can you know if they are learning every day? Join us to find out the key questions to ask and the answers to look for.

Fiona Lee-Allan – Regional Director of Learning ISP Schools IBERIA

Fiona is a passionate educator who is motivated by giving young people a transformational learning experience. She has been a Principal in Spain and is currently the Regional Director of Learning for Iberia and Europe.


Natasha Kremer  – Deputy Regional Director of Learning ISP Schools IBERIA

Natasha is a teacher with over 15 years’ experience in schools in the UK and abroad. She has a Masters in Leading Teaching and Learning from the University of Cambridge and is currently Deputy Director of Learning for Iberia.


Laura Orán – PYP (IB) Coordinator Internacional Aravaca

Laura has been dedicated to education for more than 12 years as a teacher in the early years and primary stages with the specialty of Music Education. She has successfully achieved the accreditation of the Internacional Aravaca in the IB world.


FUTURE PATHWAYS - 15th MARCH (Only for ISP current families) - De-mystifying international study

De-mystifying international study

This talk will help parents to understand the opportunities available to their children in key international university destinations. They will learn about the locations, the benefits of an international education and how to apply. It will cover the costs involved, and how to research and apply for scholarships and other funding.

Nick Weir





Rob Cannings


EDUCATION TALKS - 29th MARCH - The impact of wellbeing on emotional and academic development of children and teenagers

The impact of wellbeing on emotional and academic development of children and teenagers

We will talk about the importance of wellbeing for our students and how encouraging good mental health can positively impact the personal and academic development of children and teenagers.


Laura Alexander – Head of Psychology Lady Elizabeth School

Laura Alexander is Head of Psychology at Lady Elizabeth School, Spain. With a background in psychology, performing arts, and relationships and sex education, Laura uses her expertise and creative approach to enrich the experiences of students.



Lucia Galán – Pediatrician

Pediatrician with almost 20 years of experience, mother of two teenage children, author of nine books with Editorial Planeta, with more than 300,000 readers and 1 million followers on social networks. Founder and Director of Centro Creciendo in Alicante, Gran Alacant, Elche and soon, Madrid.



Joanna Habiak – Coach, economist and entrepreneur

Coinciding with the global COVID 19 pandemic, she wrote her first book dedicated to her son, Daniel: ‘Raising your Child to enjoy a Life of Happiness and Abundance: Secrets shared by a coach mum. Postgraduate certifications in Neurosales and Neuromarketing, Ontological Coaching, Neuro Linguistic Programming and Business.


Maravillas Amorós, PhD. – Head of Psychology and Counseling Department Newton College

Adjunct Professor of the Department of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment at the University of Murcia. She has a Master’s Degree in Clinical and Health Psychology and is a health professional.


Edgar Breso – Doctor in Psychology and Professor – Jaume I University of Castellón

 Professor of the Social Psychology Area and Director of the Master’s Degree in Emotional Intelligence and Coaching at the Universitat Jaume I de Castellón. Awarded for his work as a professor and researcher.

FUTURE PATHWAYS - 26th APRIL (Only for ISP current families) - Parental influence and career conversations with your child

Parental influence and career conversations with your child

Did you know that you (parents) are your teenager’s number one influencer when it comes to career decisions? Today’s world is very different to when we grew up and our teenagers need to develop skills beyond textbooks and credentials. Topics to be discussed:

  • What your teen’s career pathway and portfolio might look like.
  • The future of work and the importance of enterprising skills.
  • Practical strategies to help you have constructive career conversations with your teenager.


Juliana Digman – Master of Education – Career Development

Juliana is a school career practitioner and has been assisting parents for nine years. She holds a MEd. Career Development and is also an active professional member of the Career Development Association of Australia and ACT/NSW Career Advisor Association, Vice President NSW Division Career Development Association of Australia, Member of The National Careers Institute, Member of The Career Industry Council of Australia.


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