Publications and videos
The Alliance has a number of resources available to support schools in promoting the value and benefits of girls’ schools. To order copies please complete the order form at the bottom of the page.
A comparison of outcomes for girls from single-sex and co-educational schools using PISA data
This report is an analysis of the OECD’s PISA data from 2015 and 2018. The Alliance commissioned the Macquarie Marketing Group (MMG) to analyse the data and compare the results for girls from single-sex schools with girls from co-educational schools in Australia and New Zealand. The findings are overwhelmingly positive for girls’ schools.
Size: A4 x 4 pages
A review of the research literature on single-sex education for girls
While there’s an abundance of research to support the case for girls’ schools it can often be time consuming and difficult to find. This comprehensive literature review synthesises research findings from around the world into one report confirming the benefits of a girls’ school education.
Size: A4 x 8 pages
Why a girls’ school?
The Why a Girls’ School? brochure reflects the latest research findings about single-sex education and succinctly explains why girls’ schools are specialists in girls’ education. It is an invaluable marketing tool and companion to your own school collateral, ideal for prospective parents, as well as staff and the broader school community.
Size: DL x 6 pages (flat size: 210mm x 297mm and finished size: 210mm x 100mm).
Why a girls’ school? video
Designed to complement the brochure, our new video is also based on the latest research, and delivers a strong message on the benefits of all-girls schools. The video can be customised to include your school crest, colours and call-to-action message.
Showcase the value of a girls’ school to your community with this free video — add it to your social platforms and website.
Let’s Hear it From The Girls
Year 12 students share their views on why they love attending girls’ schools, the many benefits they experience and why the absence of boys from the classroom is a positive influence on their education.