Education Matters

‘Sleep is the one thing we should not be compromising on.’

Child and Adolescent psychologist Dr Sinéad Devine-French, from specialist wellbeing organisation Positive, delivered a lecture as part of the GDST Talks series about the huge benefits of good sleep for ourselves and our children.

‘Creating such strong businesses, whilst juggling A levels and Covid demonstrated huge commitment, resilience and passion’

The pilot GDST Enterprise delivered content in school, live online sessions, pre-recorded material, virtual speed-networking events with GDST alumnae mentors, and a live online finale. 

GDST Juniors go eco-coding

More than 1,000 pupils from across the GDST family came together for the Junior Techathon on eco coding.

‘Parent your teen by design, not by default.’

Educator and specialist in child and adolescent development, Emma Gleadhill, took the helm of GDST Talks, offering parents and carers tips as to how they can support their daughters through adolescence, at an event attracting over 1500 participants.

Let women live without limits

Let’s commit to making sure that girls everywhere can live without limits, writes Cheryl Giovannoni.

Oxford High School, shaping the NHS of the future

Aspiring medical students at Oxford High School helped organise a Virtual Medicine Day Conference to give future healthcare professionals from…

From eco-anxiety to eco-agency

GDST students gathered for an online workshop on how to feel empowered in the face of climate change.

A win for strong women

The results are in for the GDST’s Sixth Form student survey for International Women’s Day 2021

Educate girls – save the planet.

If we want a better future we must prioritise the education of girls, says Cheryl Giovannoni.

A family of schools

23 independent schools and two academies in England and Wales