As part of a festive-themed Adventures in Bookland, over 2000 Y4, 5 and 6 pupils from 18 schools across the GDST listened to author Cat Doyle discuss reworking A Christmas Carol.
150 girls from 21 schools across the GDST family came together for Day of Dance, held this year at BASE Studio in London’s Vauxhall.
Junior pupils across our family of schools have been getting into the festive spirit by designing Christmas cards as part of a GDST-wide competition.
The GDST has begun consultation with our teachers and their recognised trade union, the NEU, across our 23 independent schools on proposed changes to teachers’ pensions.
When it comes to the environment, it is the energy of young people that will drive us forward, writes the GDST’s Chief Executive.
Year 10 students from six GDST schools and academies met for a day of networking and sharing, and looking forward to their own successful futures.
Junior space explorers and engineers from across the GDST gathered together at the STEM centre at Brunel University
Year 5 students from the GDST’s family of schools across England and Wales attend The Royal Institution to explore the ‘science of colour’.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the way we live and work and it is here to stay. The GDST techathon event taking teenage students through the ever-changing tech landscape.
Julie Taylor, Principal of Belvedere Academy in Liverpool, tells us why she returned to the GDST after 15 years away.
In the lastest episode of the Off the Record podcast, Alistair Bunkall talks to Cheryl Giovannoni, the Chief Executive of the GDST.
Jane Prescott is Headmistress at Portsmouth High School. She shares her views on education, the GDST and offers advice for…
When it comes to the campaign to get more women into science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) most engineering companies…
GDST Book Club | A practical guide, liberally sprinkled with illustrative case studies and anecdotes, to help schools change ingrained, undesirable behaviours from students.
Poet, novelist and teacher Kate Clanchy tells her story, and the stories of the children she has met, taught and encouraged, over a 30-year teaching period.
Amy Icke, Online Learning and Innovation Manager at GDST, reviews Machines Like Me by Ian McEwan
Kevin Stannard, Director of Innovation and Learning at the Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST) reviews Educated by Tara Westover, the latest review in our monthly book club series.
The GDST launches Explore American Universities Programme, in partnership with GenHERation®.
What will happen when exam boards challenge a centre’s TAGs, and the centre does not give ground, asks Kevin Stannard
At the GDST, education extends beyond the classroom to inspiring UK institutions like the RI and Shakespeare’s Globe.
If men continue to outnumber women mathematicians, scientists and engineers, society will suffer from a lack of diverse thinking. The GDST has a game plan.
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