As specialists in girls’ education, we tailor our teaching to the way they learn best.
At GDST schools, girls learn to be confident, happy and fearless with the belief there is no limit to what they can achieve.
As educators, we must prepare our girls to take on the challenge of making the world a better place, Cheryl Giovannoni, CEO of the GDST, told the Girls’ Schools Association’s Conference for Heads.
An Oxford High School student brought together schools and academies from across the country for a virtual conference on ‘The Economy v The Environment’
Support for university students with physical or mental health conditions or a learning disability – it’s there so don’t be afraid to ask for it.
The GDST has launched a pilot Enterprise Scheme for Sixth Form students as an introduction to a career as an entrepreneur,
GDST alumna, writer and broadcaster, Afua Hirsch, wowed the audience when she joined Wimbledon Head Fionnuala Kennedy to talk about her life and career.
Our schools are centres of excellence.
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