Education for girls of the future.
The GDST – 25 independent schools across England and Wales providing an environment specifically designed for, and dedicated to, girls.
We were delighted to have three brilliant GDST alumnae shortlisted in the Women of the Future Awards, which resulted in a Category Winner and Special Mention for two of our former GDST students respectively.
The GDST is delighted to partner with Women of the Future to harness the power of a female-focussed network.
What will happen when exam boards challenge a centre’s TAGs, and the centre does not give ground, asks Kevin Stannard
At the GDST, education extends beyond the classroom to inspiring UK institutions like the RI and Shakespeare’s Globe.
If men continue to outnumber women mathematicians, scientists and engineers, society will suffer from a lack of diverse thinking. The GDST has a game plan.
Co-founder of the award-winning Self-Esteem Team and author Grace Barrett led a GDST Talks event on Managing the Transition from Primary to Secondary School.
If we want a better future we must prioritise the education of girls, says Cheryl Giovannoni.
Ofqual implying teachers should grade GCSEs and A levels against the usual standards is a problem, says Kevin Stannard.
23 independent schools and two academies in England and Wales
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