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.
Croydon High School alumna, Lisa Power MBE, lifelong highly influential social activist, shares with us the soundtrack to her school days.
More than 1,000 pupils from across the GDST family came together for the Junior Techathon on eco coding.
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.
The winner of the GDST Alumna of the Year Trailblazer of the Year 2020 is Howell’s School, Llandaff alumna Chloe Smith.
As part of Guided Home Learning, GDST juniors have enjoyed a wealth of cross-Trust collaborative events created in partnership with some of the UK’s most iconic institutions
Seven teams from the GDST family of schools are competing in the semi-finals of the CyberFirst Girls Competition.
Let’s commit to making sure that girls everywhere can live without limits, writes Cheryl Giovannoni.
Writer and broadcaster Rebecca Stott remembers arriving at Brighton and Hove High School (now Brighton Girls) as her invitation into…
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