Cognitive flexibility refers to our ability to modify how we think, and therefore, behave. It is a fundamental skill for an uncertain future, say Harriet Brown and Dr Eloise Crush of the Positive Group
The GDST Junior Maths Conference moved online, opening it up to all Year 6s across the GDST family resulting in nearly 500 students taking part in 140 teams.
To teach black history is to teach better history, says Jake Unwin, Head of History at Sutton High School, GDST.
As the GDST prepares for the launch of its Undivided initiative, the latest GDST Book Club Live event celebrated and discussed diverse narratives in literature.
Should we persist with GCSEs this year? What would we lose if we got rid of them altogether, asks Kevin Stannard.
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.
This summer, Ofqual put the ‘ass’ into ‘assessment’. As a result, the GCSE’s days might be numbered, says Dr Kevin Stannard.
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