Coronavirus advice

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GFS wants you to be assured that we are taking due precautions with regards to coronavirus and are monitoring the situation and government advice carefully. Parents We have guidance for parents, including an up to date list of any group … Continued

GFS Chester-le-Street off to a flying start

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On Monday 13 January, more than 20 local girls aged nine and up attend the launch of an exciting new youth club in Chester-le-Street.   Based in Bullion Hall, the volunteer-run group was overwhelmed by the popularity of the group. Helen Morrell, … Continued

Could you be a fit for GFS Blyth?

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Police and Crime Commission for Northumbria joins forces with local charity to create a supportive group for teens in Blyth  The Police and Crime Commissioner for Northumbria has provided a local charity with funds to open a new girls-only social … Continued

What’s in a name?

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Children pick up on the subtleties in the world around them and use them to form their view of how things work. We believe intercepting societal biases and challenging them at a young age can have a huge impact – … Continued

Our favourite feminist gifts for kids

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The toys and gifts we give children can be a key influence in their understanding of gender roles. From a young age, girls have traditionally been given baby dolls where boys are given toy guns. Boys are given guns where … Continued

Feminist highlights of the decade

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2010 The first ever Feminism Summer School, hosted by UK Feminista was a major hit, picking up international coverage. ‘The Noughtie Girl’s Guide to Feminism’ and ‘Reclaiming the F Word’ usher in a new attitude towards feminism for the decade and hints … Continued