Learn Like Girls – Work like Women – Creativity in STEM

- TBA

The aim of this session is to create greater awareness of the issues surrounding the gender divide in STEM results at school and acknowledging Mary Portas’s “Work Like a Woman” manifesto, learn “to value the power of feminine characteristics” in the workplace.
Suzie Longstaff and Pippa Wadey will share their personal insights into the way in which Putney High School has responded to these challenges through its Science of Learning programme, focus on creative learning spaces as well as on the character development and mindset of female Dyson entrepreneurs.

Across two days, over 250 sessions will take place at the Festival. A full timetable of sessions will be available from late May 2019. Until this point we will only be announcing the day(s) sessions will be taking place.