The GDST’s answer to lockdown was Limitless Learning, 160 academic enrichment and life-skill courses delivered to students by teachers and volunteers from across the GDST family.
The GDST’s Chief Executive, Cheryl Giovannoni, looks at how its schools are reshaping the future of learning.
With widespread concern about students’ lost learning due to lockdown, Suzy Pett, Director of Studies at Wimbledon High School, points out that the return to the classroom – and the very act of learning itself – is intrinsically about human connection and communion.
Portsmouth High School was delighted to welcome back the Class of 2020 for a social distanced awards evening
Northampton pupil Kirsten Mbawa and her sister Aiyven smashed their final fundraising target.
Head of Nottingham Girls’ High School Head was delighted to see her Year 11s on this unique GCSE Results Day and expresses her pride at their achievements.
Despite the challenges surrounding COVID-19, Northampton High School students have achieved outstanding GCSE results once again..
Despite a challenging year, Sutton High School were delighted to see a 100% pass rate for this year’s resilient GCSE cohort, with over 50% of grades at Level 9 or 8.
Newcastle High released its GCSE results this morning following the move by the government to Centre Assessed Grades (CAGs).
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