Lockdown has highlighted the importance of our mental health like never before and being emotionally well should become a long-term commitment for us all.
Two guided home learning courses will bring together Y11-13 girls to explore new ways of thinking and working.
The GDST’s Chief Executive, Cheryl Giovannoni, thanks teachers everywhere, for being everything, during this challenging time.
Kindness could be the answer to improving our mental health and wellbeing, writes Michelle Holder, Pastoral Trust Consultant Teacher at the GDST.
We are determined to maintain educational momentum by ensuring that teachers continue teaching, as far as possible.
The GDST’s Director of Innovation & Learning, Dr Kevin Stannard, looks at what the pandemic will mean for Year 11 & Year 13 pupils.
Head at Putney High School, and her students, are rising to the occasion of guided home learning and adapting to ‘the new normal’.
We look at why junior-school children should be given the knowledge and skills to make sense of the digital age.
Poet, novelist and teacher Kate Clanchy tells her story, and the stories of the children she has met, taught and encouraged, over a 30-year teaching period.
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