Is it possible for adults and young people to have ‘good’ screen time and to derive great benefit from these ubiquitous gadgets?
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.
This year, the theme for the GDST Creative Writing prize was ‘New Rules for the Future World’. Find out who won and read the girls’ stories.
A Blackheath High School student with four relatives working as frontline doctors is raising money for the NHS with her own clothing line.
All 25 GDST schools and academies competed in their first virtual singing contest. Find out who won and watch the performances.
An inventive team of 10 and 11-year-olds have committed to run a total of 289 km to help children struggling in London due to the Coronavirus.
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.
We are determined to maintain educational momentum by ensuring that teachers continue teaching, as far as possible.
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