GDST | Are Girls Good or Bad at Maths?


We explore whether there is any truth in the assertion that boys are better, or more interested in maths, than girls.

Talking Heads: Sheffield Girls’, GDST

By GDST Sheffield Girls'

Nina Gunson joined Sheffield High School for Girls in September 2018 as the thirteenth Head to lead the school since…

Notting Hill & Ealing alumnae are recognised for impressive achievments

By GDST Notting Hill & Ealing High School

Dr Seema Srivastava (NHEHS 1993) is Associate Medical Director for Safe Care for the North Bristol Hospital Trust and Consultant…

GDST in the First World War


A look through the GDST archives at the role played by the GDST during the First World War.

Wellbeing in School: A Student’s Perspective

By GDST Oxford High School

A GDST pupil’s personal account of coping with varying emotions and different issues at schools, including using a special ‘Positive’ app, having a digital detox and getting a visit from Sir Ian McKellen…

Ten Top Tips for Introducing Wellbeing to Your Child


10 wellbeing strategies to help parents & their children open up to improved mental states through a plethora of interesting & fun activities.

Wellbeing survey from the Girls’ Day School Trust in partnership with Mumsnet


Wellbeing survey across 25 UK schools from the Girls’ Day School Trust in partnership with Mumsnet

Oxford High School welcomes back award-winning alumna Nina Raine

By GDST Oxford High School

Award-winning alumna Nina Raine returns to OHS Year 13 English students at Oxford High School were thrilled to receive a…

Notting Hill & Ealing reunion welcomes back over 250 alumnae

By GDST Notting Hill & Ealing High School

This year was a buzzing event set in the School Atrium and Main Hall, attended by 250 alumnae. The OGA…

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23 independent schools and two academies in England and Wales