A new AI story or statistic hits the news daily with many having post-apocalyptic overtones with predictions. So where does that leave education? I hope AI will be the catalyst for change to our exam system.
What Can We Do To Improve our Health… A great question that was at the heart of this year’s Festival of Ideas where Years 8 and 9 came off timetable to interpret, research and respond, culminating in the Festival Fair where House teams presented their ideas.
When my mother died suddenly and unexpectedly one of my more impulsive ideas was to take my Grade 8 piano exam.
Our first snow day moving seamlessly to Teams (after an obligatory spot of snow well-being) reminds us of how adaptable and agile we have all become since lockdown learning.
Wimbledon High School’s Head, Fionnuala Kennedy’s recent blog epitomised everything that, in my mind, is good and bad about the current debate on girls/boys men/women, how they are treated and how they treat each other.
Sunak’s announcement on maths being studied by all until 18 raises a lot of questions not least why the gold standard of our recently reformed Maths GCSE now needs propping up with additional qualifications.
Today, as a School, we gave thanks to Queen Elizabeth II for her reign.
What girls’ school provide is the space, encouragement, mentoring and role-modelling for girls to learn and to live without limits and to have the confidence to explore these.
Festival of Ideas theme this year – Finding Your Voice – resonated in unexpected ways this week, both literally and metaphorically.