Welcome from the Head
Our ethos at Sheffield Girls’ is one of mutual respect and care: every girl is valued for her own talents and interests and encouraged as an individual so she can thrive. We are located in Sheffield and welcome girls from all backgrounds and a wide geographical area which covers all of South Yorkshire, Derbyshire and North Nottinghamshire. Our independent school thrives on the rich cultural and social mix of our girls who flourish in the friendly and nurturing environment we provide.Read more
Sheffield Girls' - a day in the life
Sheffield Girls’ is the leading South Yorkshire private school, located in Sheffield. We offer an engaging and enriched education for girls from Pre-school to Sixth Form, ages 3-18.
At Sheffield Girls' we aim to bring out the best in all our pupils and encourage them within a happy, structured, and caring community. We develop their personal and intellectual talents to the fullest, so every pupil leaves school as a strong, open-minded, confident young woman.
No two days are the same at Sheffield Girls'. Take a look at our 'day in the life' video to get a taste of what we get up to. We follow an enhanced curriculum that enriches each girl’s education with additional subjects such as Latin and Robotics. This is supported by rich and varied co-curricular activities from Debate society to Digital Leader training.
A tailored education
Year 3 pupils use poetry to share their lockdown experiences
Our Year 3 pupils recently spent some time exploring poetry by a variety of writers, looking at poetic devices and finally writing their own poems about their personal experience of lockdown.
Year 10 pupil Samira raises thousands with her specially designed badge for NHS frontline workers
We are so incredibly proud to share the story of Year 10 pupil Samira, and her brother Daniel, who have used their time in lockdown to raise money for the NHS by specially designing their own pin for NHS frontline workers.
Sheffield Girls’ launch UK World Educational Robotics competition
Year 5 teachers Mrs Pooley and Mrs Williams have worked hard to create a website where our first UK WER competition can be hosted online.