Meet our new Chair of Trustees

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We are delighted to announce that Leanne Massey will be taking over from Iana Vidal as our new Chair of Trustees. We were fortunate to have amazing women apply for the role, but Leanne stood out because of her strong … Continued

GFS lockdown activities – Sports Day

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Many children have missed out on so much in the past few months, and one of our girls’ favourite events of the year is always sports day. Here, we’ve created a range of activities that will let you throw a … Continued

GFS lockdown activities – Children’s Art Week

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This week we are celebrating Children’s Art Week. This national event has three themes of nature, connecting across generations and creative writing and literacy. The benefits of art (for adults and children) are endless. It can give us a way … Continued

GFS lockdown activities – Reporters Week

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The way women and women’s stories are handled in the news often leaves a lot to be desired. Many outlets can be sexist, victim blaming and objectifying. The best way to change the way our stories are viewed is to … Continued

GFS lockdown activities – Explorers Week

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Just because we can’t leave the country right now, doesn’t mean we can’t dream! And with the right attitude, there’s plenty to explore, right in our own communities. Adventure is everywhere, so bring your bravest attitude and every ounce of … Continued

GFS lockdown activities – Gardening Week

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It’s time to get your hands dirty to celebrate National Children’s Gardening Month. We’ve got a range of green fingered activities, most of which are suitable even if you don’t have a garden! Be creative – make your own bottle … Continued

GFS lockdown activities – Engineering Week

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Engineering sounds like an intimidating thing to start getting interested in, but really all it means is taking an interest in how things work. These activities are fun for all children, but are particularly useful for girls. A lack of … Continued