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News from the National Trampolining Finals Friday 17 March 2017

On Friday 17 March four Trampolining teams travelled to the National Finals in Newcastle. They had gone through two gruelling qualifying rounds at Regional (Yorkshire and Humberside) and then Zonal (North GB) to reach this stage. We uphe…

Well done to Year 5 in the Independent Schools Netball Championships

Our Year 5s came a fantastic 2nd place in the Independent Schools Netball Championships held at Mylnhurst on Wednesday, 22 March. Our girls played brilliantly against St Peter and St Paul, Mylnhurst, Ashdell, Barlborough Hall School, St …

sakshi is runner up in the national finals of the 'Performing Shakespeare Competition'

We are delighted to announce that Year 9 pupil Sakshi Jha successfully made it through to the national finals of the ‘Performing Shakespeare’ Competition, which took place at the Gielgud Theatre in London on 21 March. Sakshi was one of …

floor and vault success all round for Sheffield Girls'

Miss Green reported a very successful day at the Yorkshire Floor and Vault Championships on 12 March in Hull. 'Sheffield Girls' walked away with the title in every category we entered and now will represent Yorkshire in 3 age groups at t…

Year 4 combine chocolate, jelly and spaghetti for a tower of success!

Much enjoyment was had by all of Year 4, making towers that held a chocolate egg out of jelly babies and spaghetti (uncooked of course) during Science Week, held in March. The tallest tower was 34cm constructed by the winning team of Lex…

GDST Digital Leaders’ Conference 2017

On Thursday 2nd March four students from the Junior School and four from the Senior School went to the Digital Leaders’ conference in South Hampstead High School. The aim of the day was to design a software program to help people learn l…

Building relationships at the GDST Architecture and Engineering Conference in Bath

The weekend of the 10 and 11 March 2017 brought the opportunity to attend the GDST Architecture & Engineering Conference in association with the University of Bath, providing an invaluable opportunity for Sixth Form girls interested …

Medical day is a first step to a career in medicine for year 11s

On Wednesday 15 March Mrs Hall, Head of Careers, accompanied 8 Year 11 students who are considering a career in medicine to the ‘MCS Sheffield & Rotherham Medical Day’ held at Thomas Rotherham College. The event was led by medical s…

Do you want to 'make a difference?' our careers fair offers inspiration

On the evening of Tuesday 14 March, Sheffield Girls’ held a ‘Make a Difference’ Careers Fair and were delighted with the number of students and parents from Year 8 to Year 13 who seized the opportunity to attend this unique event. We wer…

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