1. 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 girls interested in pursuing a career in these areas.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. Star Wars Orchestra - Fighters of the Rebel Alliance do battle in the Music For Youth Regional Festival

    It took some imagination to top last year’s entry of a rugby-inspired New Zealand Haka as our entry for the Music for Youth National Festival, but Frau Wallace and Mrs Jordan have done it again this year, with a Star Wars theme for our entry.

  5. a new event shows that 'health matters' when choosing our future careers

    ‘Health Matters’ was organised by Head of Science Mr Adams in collaboration with Head of Careers Mrs Hall, Head of Alumni Relations, Mrs Murphy and Mrs Groombridge from the Juniors. The Year 6 girls also had the chance to ask Year 7 girls questions about what it is like to study science subjects in the Senior School.

  6. Sheffield girls' team comes first out of 30 in the UK Mathematics Team Challenge regional heat

    Last week Mr Mozley took a team of four girls, Jorja Plummer, Nawar Hussain, Harriet Bland and Leah Young, to the Regional Heat of the UK Mathematics Team Challenge. They performed excellently and came in first place out of 30 teams.

  7. Year 11 Anya is a clear winner in the gdst chrystall prize 2017

    On Friday 10 March, Mrs Lloyd-Hughes and Year 11 student Anya Grayson travelled to Notting Hill & Ealing High School to take part in the final of the highly regarded GDST Public Speaking Competition, The Chrystall Prize. We are very proud to report that Anya was crowned champion!

  8. Sports Successes in National Schools’ Badminton and GDST Gymnastics, Netball and Cross Country

    We are please to report that last week was a very successful week for sport!

  9. Four reach the Oxford Debating Competition Finals

    On Friday 10 March, four of our Year 11 Debaters, Mia Harrison, Kimran Singh-Sall, Beth Kearsley and Courteney Plester, travelled to Oxford University to compete in the finals of the Oxford Schools’ Competition.

  10. Sheffield High School for Girls is 139 years old this year!

    Sheffield High School for Girls is 139 years old this year! On Friday 10 March the School welcomed alumni, current and former staff and friends to celebrate and see the school in action.