1. The Adam Smith Institute gives Year 12 Economists food for thought

    In February, Year 12 Economics students were lucky enough to participate in a day of lectures from the Adam Smith Institute, one of the UK’s most renowned economics ‘think tanks.’

  2. Ingenious Ideas by Year 6 are now on the Little Inventors website. Can you find yours?

    Pupils in Year 6 at Sheffield Girls’ took part in a three hour workshop in October, led by Artist, Inventor, Designer and Illustrator, Dominic Wilcox, the brains behind Little Inventors, who visited Sheffield High School for Girls’ as part of his Ingenious Children’s Challenge.

  3. Raising Awareness with the RAP Project

    In January, Year 12 were fortunate to have a presentation from the RAP Project, who spoke on raising awareness about personal safety and prevention

  4. Abigail appreciates art in ARTiculation 2017

    Congratulations go to Year 12 student Abigail Morton on reaching the regional heat of the Articulation 2017 competition, a nationally acclaimed annual event designed to promote the appreciation and discussion of art, at the Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester on Tuesday 25 January.

  5. Year 9 rises to the Stock Market Challenge

    The atmosphere was electric when Year 9 took part in a half day Stock Market Challenge

  6. Mia and Masha go through to National finals in the Cambridge Debating Competition

    Sheffield Girls' had a fantastic day at the regional finals of the Cambridge Debating competition on Saturday 21 January at Manchester Grammar School.

  7. Erin in the UK Power of 10 rankings for Athletics

    Congratulations this week to another of our athletes – Year 7 student Erin Lobley has been hitting the heights in the UK Power of 10 British Athletics Rankings.

  8. five go to oxbridge!

    Congratulations go to our five Oxbridge candidates who have been offered places in their chosen subjects following interviews last month!

  9. Year 12 on track with Network Rail signals as part of the Engineering Education Scheme

    A team of inventive Year 12 girls spent three days at Lancaster University at the beginning of last week working on a brief for Network Rail as part of a six-month engineering project for EES, the Engineering Education Scheme.

  10. 'little bookworms' has a new home from January 2017

    Our Little Bookworms book group has a new home! From 20 January 2017 Little Bookworms will be based at Ashdell, in the Reception Classroom, Aurora House, 266 Fulwood Road, Sheffield , S10 3BL