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THE FEMALE LEAD BOOK
We gift The Female Lead: We Rise By Lifting Others, to Schools and Universities
Please provide your information and we will share the e-book with your registered school, University or educational establishment. If you want a hard copy version, these are despatched on a first-come, first-serve basis and prioritised to those actively running, or committing to host a Female Lead Society. To find out more about our societies and to sign up, fill in the form on the left (or above on mobile).
The Female Lead: We Rise By Lifting Others
67 women changing the world today. All show the incredible strength, talent, ingenuity, resilience, and bravery that women possess.
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Additional Female Lead teaching resources are available to download below. These classroom resources are designed to be used alongside ‘The Female Lead: Women who Shape our World’ book. The activities contained will help your students to begin exploring the stories of our Female Leads in greater depth, and thinking about the larger issues to which these stories connect.
This pack is divided into three sections, each with a number of tasks. Students can use the pack either independently or in a more directed lesson – further guidance can be found in these notes. Individual tasks can also be used as stand-alone activities, although we believe that the tasks work best when used as part of a whole section.