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Our Mission

STEM subjects have been “dominated” by boys for decades!

But here’s the thing. Girls regularly outperform boys across these subjects.
So, why aren’t more girls choosing to take STEM subjects beyond GCSE?

It’s not down to ability. It’s more often down to confidence.
It’s hard to believe you can do it if you can’t see anyone like you actually doing it.

So this is where EQUALS comes in..
Working with some inspirational women and amazing partners, we want to empower YOU – the next generation – with the tools, information and advice that will help you tear down any pre-conceived labels and start doing more of the things you love.

More of the things that matter.
More of the things you didn’t think were possible.

The future EQUALS you. The only question is, what does it look like?

The Stats

Women with maths degrees earn 13% more than other female graduates five years after university.
Women with degrees in economics, which require high levels of maths ability, earn nearly 20% more.
67% of female students agreed that “Stem jobs are male dominated” *
The proportion of A level Mathematics students that are girls is just 39%
For A level further mathematics the figure is 28% and for core maths 43% **


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MEI is an independent charity committed to improving mathematics education in the UK.

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Casio Education aim to support all UK and EIRE schools and their teaching of mathematics.

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Institute and Faculty of Actuaries

The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries is the UK's only chartered professional body dedicated to educating, developing and regulating actuaries based both in the UK and internationally.

Get Involved

If you are a female working in a STEM career or a brand or organisation that would be interested in partnership opportunities, please get in touch.

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More information


Resources and tools designed to help you guide your children through GCSE's and A-Levels.


Resources, tools and talking points designed to help you improve STEM subject participation and to engage more girls in the classroom.


We are always looking for new partners to help our campaign. Please get in touch!