The Girls’ Day School Trust is the UK’s leading network of independent girls’ schools, with 23 schools and two academies throughout England and Wales. Founded in 1872, we now educate 19,000 students and employ 3,500 staff.
A girl at a GDST school is part of a family of schools dedicated to putting girls first, being forward-thinking and fearless.
She will join nearly 70,000 women in the GDST Alumnae Network, providing a range of resources, support and contacts as she makes her way in the world.
Based on enduring values and with nearly 145 years’ expertise in girls’ education, the GDST always strives to put the needs and well-being of our girls first, and to be a place 'where girls can'.
Choosing a GDST school offers the peace of mind that comes from being part of an organisation with an unparalleled track record of achievement and stability.
The chair of the board of trustees, Juliet Humphries, can be contacted at the address below:
Girls' Day School Trust
100 Rochester Row
+44 (0)20 7393 6666
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