At Sheffield Girls' we aim to bring out the best in all our girls and encourage them within a happy, structured and caring community to develop their personal and intellectual talents to the full and to leave school as strong, open-minded, confident young women.More about our approach
A tailored education
Generations mix for school days Catch Up
They say the schools days are the best of your life - and 92-year-old Barbara Blossom is still reminiscing about hers! Barbara, who started Sheffield High School for Girls in the 1930s, attended the latest alumni drinks reception in London - 75 years after she left in 1942.
GDST Young Leaders’ Conference at the Royal High School Bath
Sixth Form students from Sheffield Girls’, including the Head Girl team, were put through their paces by leaders from all walks of life at an ‘Apprentice’-style leadership event in October. Now in its seventh year, the GDST (Girls’ Day school Trust) Young Leaders’ Conference, which takes place at The Royal High School Bath, aims to help students develop tangible life and leadership skills, including teamwork, communication, negotiation, problem solving and financial management that will benefit them when they embark on their chosen careers.
A chance to have The Big Conversation with Paul Blomfield MP
On Friday 6th October the Main Hall at Sheffield Girls’ was the venue for local MP Paul Blomfield's annual community consultation, the Big Conversation. All of Year 12 and Year 13 students had the chance to ask those burning questions, such as: ‘What will Brexit mean for us, how will it affect the National Health Service and exactly what does happen to all that money that is paid in tax?