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The rules I live by

Dame Rosemary Squire shares some of the rules she’s lived by, that have served her throughout her career in theatre and entertainment.

GDST Girl for Life Magazine 2021/22

GDST Girl for Life, the GDST alumnae magazine lands today – you can download it or read it below.

Adventures in Bookland

Ahead of World Book Day 2021, the GDST created an ambitious programme of storytelling events for Junior pupils across the GDST family of schools.

Doing it differently

A GDST alumna talks about her exciting degree apprenticeship at the new Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology.

Flying High

GDST alumna Amelia Ellis-Baumber on her degree apprenticeship with Rolls-Royce.

 ‘80% of the parenting we do comes down to role modelling.’

You Tuber and Co-founder of leading online safety organisation, Digital Awareness UK, Charlotte Robertson spoke to parents about how to be tech role models for their children

“Get away from rules-based diets. Eat for your long-term mental health and happiness, not for short-term gain.”

GDST Talks welcomed nutritional therapist Marissa Carrarini to speak to parents, teachers and students across the GDST family about healthy eating for sport.

Are inflated grades the fairest option for 2021 exams?

Ofqual implying teachers should grade GCSEs and A levels against the usual standards is a problem, says Kevin Stannard.

Should we divorce A levels from university admissions?

Should we divorce A levels from university admissions asks Kevin Stannard, Director of Innovation and Learning at the GDST

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