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Welcome to The Speaker's Corner - The Debating Club
Children are naturally curious and ask countless questions about anything and everything in the world around them. Children asking questions and having healthy discussions is necessary to satisfy a child's inquisitive brain.

Why Debate?

The art of debate is a valuable skill that every child should develop. Debating teaches children to analyse, rationalise, put forward comprehensive view point, and disagree politely. Moreover, it helps children improve their academic performance and scores as they learn to research, prioritise and write evidence-based arguments

Join us for live debate 

Our Courses


Our courses are designed to develop art of public speaking and expression of the views among children. We practice free speech but in controlled environment wherein children debate on national and international issues freely while understanding and respecting social connotations.


May 13- Are Space Programs Waste of Money? 

What to expect?

Space exploration is a hugely expensive affair. Should we spend money on space exploration when we have so many problems on planet Earth? On May 13 we debate the pros and cons of space exploration and the reasons for investing in space agencies and programs.​ Join our lively debate and enrich your 

Remember winning team will get Debating Hero Certificate 




About  Vivaan:

Vivaan is a Year 6 student at Weatherby Prep School, he is 10 and is the founder of  V-Campus and is the host of all Upcoming Debates. He is based in London and is the brand ambassador of  The Oscar Foundation. Being passionate about critical thinking and effective communication, he believes that a Speaker's Corner- The Debating Club would be an excellent platform to show case and develop the art of communication.  Vivaan is a Star War fan and in sports enjoys shooting, golf, football and is a big supporter of  PSG (Paris Saint German) 

Upcoming Debate
How to Prepare for a Debate 

1. Select a Topic of interest


2. Register your interest by email at 


3. Research the Topic well and map out an argument

4. Explore a variety of view points on the subject

5. Prepare your short speech and practice with family or friends

6. Remember not to argue across the other children and talk over them.


7. Show respect to others and be prepared to disagree but gracefully. 

8. Never made any personal attacks 

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