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Jenny Brown’s article on single-sex education in The Daily Telegraph

CLSG students with Jenny Brown

We are delighted that Jenny Brown featured in today's Daily Telegraph, discussing why pupils thrive away from a mixed environment during adolescence.

Please see an extract below:

'On an academic level, girls in single-sex schools are far more likely to take STEM subjects - two-thirds of our cohort take maths as an A-level and equal numbers of our pupils read STEM subjects as humanities at university. This feels important, as the particular intellectual space of STEM can be dominated by boys in a co-ed environment - mostly because there are still lingering cultural assumptions that these are 'male' subjects.'

You can read the article in full here. [Please note that this article is behind a paywall].