Robin Hood: finding the fact in the fiction
Yesterday, author and alumna K C Murdarasi posed the question ‘How much do we really know about Robin Hood?’ to Sixth Form pupils, at an assembly diving into her brand new book on the legend.
A visit from spellbinding storyteller Katy Cawkwell
Storyteller Katy Cawkwell brought myths and legends to life last Friday, telling traditional ‘Dragon Tales’ to captivated pupils before teaching them how to tell their own spellbinding stories.
Sakshi shines at the Chrystall Prize Semi-Finals
Year 11 pupil Sakshi has come out on top in the Chrystall Prize for Public Speaking Semi-Finals, winning with a moving performance of her speech titled ‘Generation Snowflake’.
Behind the scenes of business: Denby Pottery
Sixteen sixth form Business pupils with an eye for art took a trip to Denby Pottery this Monday, seeing firsthand how their studies can apply to real-life businesses.
Friday's Fantastic French Film Night
Last Friday’s French Film Night was a triumph - thirty Year 3 to Year 6 linguists enjoyed an eve of French cinema and popcorn in the Junior Library together, getting a taste of the language outside the classroom.
GDST SLT Conference 2019
We were delighted to welcome visitors from GDST schools across the country last week as we hosted the annual two-day GDST Senior Leadership Team Conference on Thursday and Friday.
Rungway making headlines
The Rungway Digital Mentoring App, featured in today’s issue of The Times, has seen remarkable success since its launch in October 2018 at Sheffield High School for Girls, showing significant promise as a future staple for Sixth Form pupils seeking advice about their next steps after leaving school.
GCSE Science Live! 2019
Scientists in Year 10 took a trip to Sheffield City Hall yesterday for an exciting, thought-provoking day hearing lectures from five of Britain's top scientists.
Last Friday Year 4 girls with a way with words joined forces with Year 9, who supported them to produce a gripping short story.
Learning to Learn: Expert Project
Year 9 were challenged as part of their Key Stage 3 Learn to Learn course to become an expert on any topic in just a year, and showcased their research and results in presentations to fellow students last Thursday.