"My own experience of working in eight different London schools and being Head of two girls’ schools over a 13-year period leads me to believe that girls can and should have more positive attitudes towards maths in single gender schools or single gender classes within mixed schools. This is because, particularly where girls are taught separately by women, research tells us they are more likely to be influenced by female role models; to take risks; to learn from mistakes and not to mind seeming to be clever." Anne Hudson - Former Head of 2 girls’ schools.
“The encounter helped me to understand different options of career paths and to think about the subjects I would like to take in higher education.” 17 year old
"The event helped me to see the many different options that I had before me and allowed me to see new things that I could do or new paths I could take when I leave school.” 15 year old
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