1. Introducing our Gymnastics and Trampolining Captain for 2020/21, Freya Grant.

    We recently caught up with Year 12 student, Freya Grant, our Gymnastics and Trampolining Captain for 2020/21, to talk about her sporting journey at Sheffield Girls’ so far, and what’s she looking forward to in her role.

  2. Welcome back! The Autumn Terms kicks off with our two-day ‘Reawaken and Reconnect’ programme

    Pupils have enjoyed a two-day course which focused on pupil wellbeing, connecting with others and re-establishing routines for their return to school.

  3. A superb morning for GCSE Results 2020

    We are thrilled that this year, 61% of all results were at the highest grades of 9/8 (A*), 80% were at grades 9-7 (A*/A) and 99.9% were at grades 9-4 (A*-C).

  4. A-Level Results 2020: A-Z of university subjects for Sheffield Girls’

    We are delighted to see our Year 13 pupils celebrating their A-Level results and get ready to embark on the next chapter of their lives.

  5. Sheffield Girls’ achieves Bronze level as part of Unicef’s Rights Respecting Schools Award

    We are delighted to announce that we have taken the first step towards becoming a Unicef Rights Respecting School, having gained a Bronze award as part of our initial assessment.

  6. Year 9 pupils challenge the idea that women are unreasonable, selfish and unfeminine when they stand up for themselves in new ‘Difficult Women’ topic

    During the Summer Term, Year 9 embarked on a learning about ‘Difficult Women’; a new topic introduced by English Teacher, Miss Duffy.

  7. Sheffield Girls’ Duke of Edinburgh Award students complete over 2000 hours of voluntary service for the local community

    We recently received our certificate for completing over 2000 hours of voluntary service to the local community, equating to an incredible social value of £8821.80!

  8. Year 6 pupil Yasmeen scoops prize in Primary Latin Mythology Competition

    The Mythology Competition provides a chance for pupils to be creative and demonstrate what they have learned.

  9. Year 8 teams pick up two awards at the BIEA International STEM competition

    This year we launched a brand new co-curricular club called ‘Save our Shores’. Girls in Year 8 had the opportunity to work in small groups to design a method of clearing plastic waste from shores, river banks and estuaries.

  10. Covid-19 Art Competition: A Gallery

    Our Art Department challenged pupils and staff members to produce a piece of work to show their own response to Covid-19.