Welcome to the Secondary School Page!
Check out what Gianni can offer your Secondary School in the boxes below. For more information about any of the offers, don't hesitate to ask.
Click on a box below to book your event!
An inspiring keynote speaker for your students from former GB 110m hurdler Gianni Frankis
Gianni will tell his story about the road to becoming a professional athlete and uses his athletics event of the 110m hurdles as a metaphor to illustrate the mentality needed to overcome difficult challenges.
Suitable for awards evenings and presentations. An appearance from Gianni will cost £200.
Goal Setting Hour Workshop
An interactive hour to help Year 10/11 students prepare for exams and life after secondary school.
Gianni will takeover a class for an hour focusing teaching 4 areas: Aspirations, Visualisation, Obstacles and Action.
The workshops are packed full of interactive exercises, uses slides and worksheets will be provided. Use the contact form to book!
Goal Setting hour Workshop will cost £150 per booking.
After school training sessions for your athletics team from former GB 110m hurdler Gianni Frankis.
Could your athletics team benefit from a boost going into the summer athletics season? For some students, specialist athletics coaching may give the competitive edge needed for the win.
An hour session costs £100. Book for your sprint and hurdles groups!
Gifted and Talented Mentoring
Face-to-face and online mentoring program for your gifted and talented students from former GB 110m hurdler Gianni Frankis.
Do you have talented students in sports or other subjects? Could they benefit from mentoring from someone who has experienced the pathway from school level to elite level?
The program over 6 weeks is designed to keep students focusing on the next level. Each session will last an hour at a cost of £100 per session.
"Thank you for the great job you did for us at The King John School Prize Giving evening. I’m so glad we asked you to help present the awards, as the students enjoyed your motivational speech and it was lovely to see you liaising with the parents and students afterwards too.
The advice you gave them on having to learn from mistakes they make, and to keep going even if things get tough, was great and a good analogy on what life often throws at us. It would be great to be able to work with you in future award evenings too"
Claire Johnston, Assistant Headteacher, The King John School, Essex