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.
Kindness could be the answer to improving our mental health and wellbeing, writes Michelle Holder, Pastoral Trust Consultant Teacher at the GDST.
This week is Mental Health Awareness week hosted by the Mental Health Foundation. Bromley High alumna Hannah Buckland, a…
We are determined to maintain educational momentum by ensuring that teachers continue teaching, as far as possible.
Three successful sisters, dozens of stories to tell. We took the Huq sisters back to their school days at Notting Hill & Ealing High.
Sarra Pardali looks back at the GDST Techathon on Smart Cities, where we explored opportunities for city dwellers to live in a more sustainable way.
Portsmouth High School’s music scholars and leavers, aged from 11-18, took to the web in the school’s first ever live, online concert.
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