Update Spring 2021
We are so proud to announce that Thorpe Hall School was been shortlisted for a TES ISAward for Wellbeing Initiative of the Year 2020 – that is the second year running. Thorpe Hall school is where the Girls on Board approach was first conceived and developed. The school also won the Independent Schools Association Award for Pupils’ Mental Health and Wellbeing for 2019. Many thanks to all the schools and teachers who have worked with us over the last 4 years to make Girls on Board such an important innovation which is being recognised by more schools every day.
We are very proud to be working with the National Education Union to bring Girls on Board online training to its 450,000 members. Training via the NEU is free to members and the link to the training is here.
We are very proud to be working with the Girls’ Day School Trust to deliver training to teachers within its 25 schools. The GDST will be hosting a Girls on Board webinar for parents later in the summer.
The Koko Story
We are proud to have been working with Meg Cannon of thekokostory.com. Meg is a truly inspirational woman who makes films aimed at empowering girls across the UK. Her latest project was sponsored by Girls on Board and Thorpe Hall School and is another blockbuster in her collection. You can find this film here along with many other inspiration films which really chime with the Girls on Board message. This film won ‘Best Use of Video’ at the Premier Digital Awards in November 2019.
We hope and expect to resume face-to-face training events, hosted by schools, in the Autumn Term ’21.
If you would like to host a training event (in return for free delegates) in the Autumn Term ’21 then get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org. You can download more information about how you can host an event and therefore get free training for teachers at your school here.