Danebank girls freedom opportunity to be themselves

Research shows in a single-sex school, girls are free to be themselves inside and outside the classroom.

An all-girls school can offer a learning environment tailored specifically to how girls learn, and a social environment that is free of the competition and social pressure from boys. Research shows girls from an all-girls school will most likely have more confidence and better self esteem when not faced with the added pressure of unintentional stereotyping and bias. Read more here, in an article by the Alliance of Girls' Schools Australasia.

The Alliance of Girls' Schools Australasia is a non-profit organisation that promotes the education of girls in single-sex girls' schools, and promotes the image of, and support the development of, girls' schools in Australasia.