2020

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South Hampstead High School

At the very start of lockdown when all individuals aged 70 years and over were advised to isolate, South Hampstead…

Recognising outstanding achievement and ambition

In the 2019/20 academic year, 73 girls from across the GDST family of schools received prizes or scholarships. Prizes cover…

Leaving a legacy for future generations of GDST women

Nottingham Girls' High School

The Peggy Mason bursary At the end of the last academic year, Nottingham Girls’ High School received a generous bequest…

Bursaries create lasting impact for musically talented sisters

Three musically talented sisters all attended what was then Brighton and Hove High School (now Brighton Girls) in the 60s…

Academies Fund helps to bridge the digital divide

At the end of March, our philanthropy team launched the GDST Hardship Fund, to support girls whose family’s economic circumstances…

Glass Ceilings and Rock ‘n Roll

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.

Costing the world

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 is there for you

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 road less travelled

The GDST has launched a pilot Enterprise Scheme for Sixth Form students as an introduction to a career as an entrepreneur.

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