1. A weekly dose of debate!

    As we watch politicians battle it out in debates in the lead up to the election, a little closer to home, Year 13 pupils are helping Year 5 pupils perfect their debating skills as part of our nationally recognised outreach programme.

  2. A Wednesday afternoon in Wakefield - GCSE Art Students visit the Hepworth Gallery.

    Eight Year 11s and two Year 10 Art students attended 'Articulate' this week with our Head of Art, Mrs Andrews. The day was led by Professor Abigail Harrison Moore, Head of the School of Fine Art and Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds.

  3. An Italian half-term adventure full of culture, stunning views, and the best gelato

    A group of our Classics students from Years 10-13, accompanied by Mrs Fforde, Mrs Downes, and Mrs Rogers, spent their October half-term exploring the beautiful ruins of Pompeii and Herculaneum. The trip was full of incredible sights and the group left feeling cultured and inspired with a new appreciation of Italy’s remarkable beauty. One of our Year 13 students, Isobel Wood, tells us more…

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.