Pecha Kucha hour will take place on the final day of the conference - participating schools are asked to prepare a presentation about their school in Pecha Kucha style. Pecha Kucha was devised by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham in Tokyo in 2003. The name is the Japanese term for ‘chit-chat’ - the objective for each school will be to make an engaging presentation about their school using only 20 slides, each of which will be on screen for 20 seconds - the total time for each presentation will be 6 minutes 40 seconds. This means nine schools will be able to take this oportunity - places will go to the first schools to sign up. Watch the film below to find out more about preparing a pecha kucha.