Year 6 and 7 hockey trip to Holland
A group of budding hockey players from Year 6 and 7, along with our friends at Nottingham Girls’ High School, recently embarked on a sporting adventure to the Netherlands.
Sheffield Girls’ awarded Career Mark ‘Gold’ Award
We’re delighted to announce we have been awarded the Career Mark Gold Award, an external recognition of the high-quality careers education, information, advice, and guidance provided at the school.
Sheffield Girls’ Sixth Form students visit Arbourthorne Primary School for Save a Heart Day
Fourteen of our Sixth Form students visited Arbourthorne Primary School, accompanied by alumna Dr Fran Yarlett, and Mrs Good to introduce Save a Heart Day.
Digital Leaders celebrate passing Google Certified Educator Level 1 qualification
Struggling with tech? Our Google Certified Digital Leaders are on hand to troubleshoot! The IT-savvy team at Sheffield Girls’ consists of pupils aged 7 to 16 and was developed for those who had a particular interest in technology.
Year 7 Residential: Team building in the Peak District
On Monday 7th October, Year 7, along with a team of form tutors and staff, embarked on a two-day adventure to the Hollowford Centre near Castleton.
The English Touring Opera perform Laika the Spacedog in National Space Week
The English Touring Opera is nationally renowned for their entertaining and informative performances. We were delighted to welcome them to Sheffield Girls’ during National Space Week to deliver their opera ‘Laika the Spacedog’, introducing our Year 4, 5, and 6 girls to the 1960s space race through song.
Robin Stevens, author of the Murder Most Unladylike Mysteries series, visits Sheffield Girls’.
The sports hall was bustling with budding detectives this morning as murder mystery author, Robin Stevens, visited the school to talk about her series of books, the Murder Most Unladylike Mysteries.
A day at the beach! Year 9 investigate the impact of tourism on sunny Scarborough
As part of their tourism topic in Geography, Year 9 enjoyed a sunny(ish) trip to Scarborough to answer the hypothesis that the town is a ‘honeypot’ for tourism and it has had both positive and negative impacts on the area.
The Times: Sheffield Girls’ pupils to learn comedy - so they’ll be taken seriously
Our new eight-week Comedy Course, developed by our Head, Mrs Gunson, has just been rolled out to our Sixth Form students and has been featured in The Times.
Prize Giving 2019: An inspiring evening of celebrating success
On Thursday 12th September we were joined by pupils, parents, teachers and the school’s governors for our annual Prize Giving ceremony. Hosted at Sheffield University’s Octagon Centre, we enjoyed a wonderful evening celebrating academic and co-curricular achievements.