Geology on planets somewhere far, far away: National Schools Geology Challenge Finals
A team of Year 12 Geologists dug deep to compete against ten other teams of students from across the UK at the National Schools Geology Challenge Finals in London, presenting their space-themed topic of ‘Diamonds on Gas Giants’ on March 28th.
Pawsitively great work from Geomuttric
One of the Year 9 BiG Challenge 12 teams ‘Geomuttric’ is leading the pack for this year’s competition, being awarded second place overall with the bonus prize of Best Use of Digital Resource at the Crowne Plaza Royal Victoria on March 21st.
Latin in London
We joined together with Arbourthorne Community Primary School for a day out in London, expanding their horizons by exploring the wealth of culture, history and knowledge relating to the subject of Classics that our capital has to offer.
Networking with Grant Thornton
In February, the Young Professionals’ Challenge saw Sixth Form pupils working with international professional services and accounting firm Grant Thornton over a period of three days, networking on the front lines of their prestigious #VibrantSheffield Live! event.
Time to SHINE
We’re delighted to look back on this year’s ten-week SHINE project, and see its overwhelmingly positive impact on all the children who joined us from surrounding primary schools and our very own Sixth Form SHINE mentors.
Open Air Theatre at Sheffield Girls’ - Gangsta Granny
Sheffield Girls’, in partnership with Heartbreak Productions, invites you to enjoy David Walliams’ bestselling book, Gangsta Granny, adapted for the outdoor stage!
Excellence at the Engineering Education Scheme
Our competing Sixth Form team have emerged victorious from the engaging challenges of the Engineering Education Scheme, claiming the overall prize for Best Contribution to Business at last Wednesday’s Celebration and Assessment Day at Sheffield Hallam University.
Loving Latin at the Annual Regional Classical Reading Competition
Pupils with a taste for languages lost to the modern era had great success at the Annual Regional Classical Reading Competition, which took place at the University of Leeds last Wednesday.
Trialling a career in law at CMS
On March 18 nine girls had a chance to go behind the gavel at the sixth biggest international law firm in the world, CMS, as they continue to progress through this year’s Young Professional’s Challenge.
This March, classes across the whole school made the most of the state-of-the-art technology available at Sheffield Girls’ to step out of their comfort zone and try something completely new for RiskIT week, based on this year’s theme of ‘Chromebooks’.