Tech Pioneers: Artificial Intelligence


Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing the way we live and work and it is here to stay. The GDST techathon event taking teenage students through the ever-changing tech landscape.

GDST | Technology in the Classrooms


A few of our favourite stories from the last year about our girls using technology in (and out) of the classrooms. Read about our girls writing computer code, learning new technologies, attending ‘techathon’ and even sending an iPhone into space!

Sutton High girls send iPhone into space

By GDST Sutton High School

Sutton High School for Girls partnered with UK start-up Mous to do an epic 36-kilometer iPhone drop from outside the stratosphere. And to everyone’s amazement, the phone survived!

GDST tech pioneers strike all the right notes


Students’ creativity shines as they fuse music and digital tech at this year’s GDST Techathon.

Embracing technology at Croydon High

By GDST Croydon High School

Last week the global technology firm, Lenovo, visited Croydon High School to film a video demonstrating how technology is used within…

Innovative ‘Explore Floor’ nominated for AV award

By GDST Kensington Prep School

The stunning Explore Floor project at Kensington Prep School was shortlisted for Education Project of the Year at the recent…

Sutton High students through to prestigious Big Bang Fair final

By GDST Sutton High School

After participating in the recent Big Bang Fair heats in East London, two teams of students from Sutton High School have been…

Creativity and coding combine at Wimbledon High

By GDST Wimbledon High School

Last week, students at Wimbledon High School took part in a fantastic Microsoft-led STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths) event.…

Helen Sharman, Britain’s first astronaut, launches Ken Prep into space

By GDST Kensington Prep School

Helen Sharman OBE, Britain’s first astronaut, launched Kensington Prep School’s ground-breaking Explore Floor with an immersive journey into space, urging the…

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