Hello from the Head Girl and Senior Prefect Team
We are all really excited for the action packed year ahead at Sheffield Girls', and hope you are too!
Sheffield Girls’ are a very diverse group of individuals with many talents, interests and aspirations. The school supports and celebrates these differences but brings us together with the GDST values that underpin school life. The school gives us so many opportunities to achieve great things over the years and develop our talents, bringing the older and younger students together and fostering the school’s family ethos.
As a Y7, I looked up to the older girls, in more ways than one - I was the shortest girl in school! Their achievements amazed me and it was great to be coached and mentored by them in all aspects of school life. Now as a sixth former I thoroughly enjoy being able to give back to the younger girls what I valued at their age, and this opportunity is just one of the things that makes Sheffield Girls’ such a great school!
- Lucy Buchanan, Alice Buchanan, Lottie Cummings, Hannah Wright, Meg Hornsby, Caitlin Illingworth and Harriet Simpson
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