1. A Farewell to Eileen Stamper (1920 - 2017)

    We were saddened to hear that former member of staff, Miss Eileen Stamper, passed away aged 97 on 24th December 2017. Eileen taught Latin Scripture and Greek at Sheffield High School from 1950 to 1962.

  2. Y3 learn the Secrets of Ancient Egypt

    In January, Year 3 kick-started their new topic on Ancient Egypt by spending a day at Weston Park Museum.

  3. Success for Year 9 students in the BiG Challenge 11!

    Our enterprising Year 9 teams have been successful in the first rounds of the eleventh BiG Challenge, an enterprise competition open to all Secondary Schools and Colleges in Sheffield.

  4. ISI Inspection successfully passed

    Sheffield Girls’ recently passed the Independent Schools Inspectorate's (ISI) Regulatory Compliance Inspection with flying colours, meeting all the requirements in every section.

  5. End of term Elf Extravaganza!

    Sheffield Girls' came together for some festive fun at the Elf Extravaganza event, which took place at Abbeydale Picture House after school on the last day of term.

  6. Movement Evening – a Gymnastics, Trampolining and Dance spectacular

    Around 300 girls from the Junior School, Senior School and Sixth Form came together to showcase their love of gymnastics, dance and trampolining in the school’s annual Movement Evening.

  7. New Head for Sheffield High School for Girls

    We are delighted to announce that Nina Gunson has been appointed as the new Head of Sheffield High School for Girls.

  8. Caitlin is a VIP guest at the BT Sport Action Awards 2017

    On 4 December, talented sportswoman and Year 12 student Caitlin Illingworth, represented Sheffield Girls’ at the BT Sport Action Woman Awards (in association with The Telegraph) at a star-studded, very glamorous, formal black-tie reception hosted by Clare Balding at the BT Sport TV studio in Stratford in the Olympic Park.

  9. A Christmas Movie Night for Year 9

    On 27 November the Year 12 enrichment Leadership group organised a Christmas movie evening for Year 9. They surveyed the year group beforehand to allow them to choose their favourite Christmas film, which turned out to be Nativity.

  10. A Masterclass in Picture Book Publishing!

    A treat for Year 4 came in the shape of a masterclass in picture book publishing from Sheffield-based author and illustrator Lynne Chapman in November. Lynne has written and illustrated many well known picture books, such as ‘Baby goes Baaaa!’ and ‘When you’re not Looking!’.