Why (and how) girls thrive in girls-only schools with Dr Kevin Stannard

Tuesday, 15 September 2020, 16.10 – 16.30

Learn what ‘teaching girls’ really means from the GDST’s Director of Innovation & Learning Dr Kevin Stannard.

Break – 15 mins

Kevin’s bio below.

Why (and how) girls thrive in girls-only schools, Dr Kevin Stannard, director of Innovation & Learning

Dr Kevin Stannard
Director of Innovation & Learning, GDST

Dr Kevin Stannard joined the GDST from University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE – now Cambridge Assessment International Education) where he was Director of Education.

He was responsible for initiatives and international education reform projects including the introduction of the Cambridge Pre-U in both state and independent schools, the promotion of bilingual education in Spain and the Netherlands and the development of a new curriculum for model schools in Egypt. He has also been an advisor on curriculum reform to the Singapore Ministry of Education.

Before joining CIE, Kevin taught at a number of independent schools including Eton College, where he was Head of Geography. While there he wrote a number of geography textbooks, conducted research on a range of geographical themes and was responsible for UCAS applications.

Follow Kevin on Twitter @KevinStannard1

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