GDST Alumnae News

Flying High

GDST alumna Amelia Ellis-Baumber on her degree apprenticeship with Rolls-Royce.

Nottingham pupils make someone’s day

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.

‘Never take no for an answer’

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.

Thank you to alumnae Inspiring Change Makers

From Norwich to 26,000 young people across the UK Earlier this year, Independent Girls’ School of the Year 2019, Norwich…

Drink Green Tea Leaf Chinese

The GDSTea Party

The GDST held its first ever online tea party for alumnae   On Saturday 3 October, alumnae from all over…

Newcastle High’s very first virtual reunion

Newcastle High School for Girls

It was with a heavy heart that we were forced to cancel the Church High Reunion in June 2020 and…

GDST Giving launched this #GivingTuesday

Today, the GDST is launching the inaugural edition of GDST Giving, a new publication celebrating philanthropic activity across GDST schools in the 2019/20 academic year.

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’

GDST Talks

We are proud to launch GDST Talks, our series of online seminars for GDST parents and alumnae.

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