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Eve Jardine-Young

Principal of Cheltenham Ladies’ College

I am the Principal of Cheltenham Ladies’ College, an independent day & boarding school for girls aged 11-18. Cheltenham Ladies' College opened in 1854, with the purpose of providing girls with a thorough academic education. Over 160 years later, we continue to be proud of our strong tradition of innovation, academic excellence and empowerment in the education of young women who are enthusiastic, intellectually curious and self-motivated.
Girls In Sport: Time To Level The Playing

Girls In Sport: Time To Level The Playing Field

Visibility and recognition of women's sporting achievements are gradually increasing. For the next generation, we need to dispel what remains of this myth and use these shining examples to emphasise the engaging and empowering nature of sport, regardless of gender.
25/10/2017 11:22 BST
Empowering The Next Generation Of

Empowering The Next Generation Of Women

Things are still a work in progress, as women continue to come up against a variety of societal pressures throughout their lives. They face more complex consideration sets when debating whether they should or shouldn't strive for a promotion, consider a career break, be a certain body shape, maintain a specific work-life balance; the list goes on.
25/11/2016 12:58 GMT
Women In Engineering Day: Forging a Pathway for Girls in

Women In Engineering Day: Forging a Pathway for Girls in STEM

From building oil rigs to working on biomechanical implant materials, engineering is a varied, innovative and inspirational global profession that is always evolving. Encouraging girls to actively consider a STEM career is crucial if our prospective designers, engineers, technologists and innovators are to have access to the full range of skills and talents needed to take on the challenges and opportunities of future generations.
24/06/2016 07:23 BST
Why Student Wellbeing Is Just as Important as Academic

Why Student Wellbeing Is Just as Important as Academic Achievement

Children are each other's teachers too, and many life lessons are learnt well out of sight of parents, teachers and staff. The mental, emotional and spiritual health of students really matters, because they influence each other's levels of misery or confidence just as much as whatever is coming from their school.
19/02/2016 14:54 GMT