Junior School staff at Newcastle High School for Girls have raised more than £2,500 for local charities this Christmas.
Anti-racism consultant Destine Lord spoke at the third GDST Talks event, advising parents on how to empower their children to address racism.
The different approaches being taken to exams in 2021 by the home nations make the results incomparable, warns Kevin Stannard.
Junior School pupils at Nottingham Girls’ High School are busily writing Christmas cards to elderly alumnae and former staff as part of a Christmas Kindness initiative.
Award-winning journalist, Katya Adler, regaled GDST alumnae, parents and pupils with tales from the frontline when she was a guest on a webinar at South Hampstead High School. She also had some sound advice for the girls in the audience, too.
The GDST Talks series continued with Dr Marisa Porges talking about her book, What Girls Need: How to Raise Bold, Courageous, and Resilient Women.
In a call to action to their fellow students, sixth formers Reagan and Sophia, both members of the GDST’s new Eco Society, say that with greater scale comes hope, and an opportunity to make real and lasting change.
The much-anticipated GDST Talks series kicked off with psychologist Dr Deborah Woodman advising parents on how to help their children through the pandemic – and she had some advice for the festive season, too.
From Norwich to 26,000 young people across the UK Earlier this year, Independent Girls’ School of the Year 2019, Norwich…
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