In GDST Book Club, different members of the GDST family of schools and academies review recently published books centred on education and female-focussed work.
Composer Anna Appleby is urging women to take their rightful place in a world of music dominated by men. So, if you have something to say, use the power of your VOICE – and say it.
Year 10 students from six GDST schools and academies met for a day of networking and sharing, and looking forward to their own successful futures.
In June 2019, GDST students from 19 of our schools gathered at Brunel University for our first Junior Techathon.
Junior space explorers and engineers from across the GDST gathered together at the STEM centre at Brunel University
Calling all pre-1998 alumnae who received financial assistance – can you share you stories? When the assisted places scheme was…
Year 5 students from the GDST’s family of schools across England and Wales attend The Royal Institution to explore the ‘science of colour’.
Portsmouth High School pupils in Year 5 have collaborated with children from St Swithun’s Catholic Primary School to create learning resources for a school in South Africa.
Those who are stepping up to defend exam stress forget one crucial thing: exams are increasingly becoming irrelevant, writes Kevin…
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