1. Year 9 Girls scoop competition prize!

    Sheffield High School has recently been congratulated on its success in a competition for young writers.

  2. Sheffield High's Jess is highly commended

    Year 13 student at Sheffield High School, Jessica Denniff, was highly commended in a competition recently for pupils showing all-round achievement in school.

  3. GDST supports The Times Festival of Education

    Sheffield High School’s parent organisation the Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST) will be taking on a growing involvement in the The Sunday Times Festival of Education to be held later this month.

  4. Sheffield High's Sophie flies to the national trampolining finals

    Year 9 pupil Sophie Akhavan-Hezaveh from Sheffield High School has qualified for the National Under-17 FIG B Trampolining Finals in July.

  5. Sheffield High’s Ifza wins university scholarship

    Ifza Tindall from Sheffield High School has been announced as the winner of the Girls’ Day School Trust’s (GDST) 2013 Frederica Lord University Scholarship.

  6. Teddy Bears' Picnic at Sheffield High was a feast of singing!

    As the culmination of a programme to bring more music to local primary schools, Sheffield High school recently played host to over 200 pupils from local schools who enjoyed a Teddy Bears’ Picnic singing fest.

  7. Top places for Sheffield High's U10 badminton team

    The Year 5 Badminton team at Sheffield High School were thrilled with their recent success at the Sheffield U10 Badminton Tournament held at Abbeydale Sports Club.

  8. Sheffield High's Philippa comes 5th in World Orienteering Championships

    Fourteen year old Philippa Dakin from Sheffield High School has finished in 5th place in the World Schools Orienteering Championships which were held in Portugal recently.

  9. Sheffield High's U19 tennis team reaches national finals

    The Sheffield High School tennis team, consisting of Natalie Chan-Lam, Louise Holtum, Rachel Hopkins and Olivia Noble, have battled their way through four tough rounds to reach the Aegon National Schools Tennis Finals. The team faced their biggest challenge against Robert Smythe Academy, with both Natalie and Rachel beating much higher rated players. Natalie’s match was particularly exciting, being decided by a nail-biting 11-9 third set tiebreak. On the other hand, Olivia chose to avoid undue excitement by winning all of her matches convincingly, in every single round! One hu...

  10. Sixth Form students at Sheffield High qualify as netball umpires

    As one group qualifies, the next take the course! Ten sixth form students from Sheffield High School have recently qualified as Youth Umpires, having passed the assessment just as a new group of eight Year 10 pupils start their course.