A record number of GDST schools have been shortlisted in the prestigious Independent Schools of the Year Award 2020.
A group of four Notting Hill & Ealing High School girls from Year 10 and 12 have reached the finals of the national Longitude Explorer competition, run by Nesta.
14 schools and over 100 students from across the GDST took part in the first ever GDST debating tournament.
If we apply “holism” thinking, and encourage collaboraton, more can be achieved in education and professional learning.
Let’s seize this chance to build a new model of education that better reflects the world today, says Kevin Stannard
Discover how Howell’s Alumna, Chloe Smith, set up Big Moose Coffee – now a fully operational coffee shop and event space employing 22 staff.
We talk to Blackheath High School alumna Dominique Unsworth who founded social enterprise Resource Productions, an organisation that nurtures talent of all ages and backgrounds to enable creativity and effect social change through film.
More than 25,000 young people from across the UK joined Norwich High School for Girls for its Inspiring Change Makers Summit 2020.
To tackle racism, and to ensure inclusion, we MUST speak out, writes Cheryl Giovannoni, Chief Executive at the GDST.
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