Sheffield High School for Girls is the leading independent private school in South Yorkshire. At Sheffield Girls’ we aim to bring out the best in all our pupils and encourage them within a happy, structured and caring community from the ages of 3 to 18 starting at pre-school leading up to sixth form. We encourage them to develop their personal and intellectual talents to the full and to leave school as strong, successful and confident young women. The best way to get to know Sheffield Girls’ is to come a visit the school campus and experience the passion and enthusiasm of our pupils and teachers.More about our approach
A tailored education
Seventy sixth formers and 17 teachers raised more than £2,250 charity cash following a sponsored six mile sunny walk to school. The group took part in Peter’s Commute, a fundraising event inspired by the story of Peter Msongelwa, an A level student in rural Zimbabwe who used to walk 15 miles to school each day.
Joe Scarborough Unveils ‘School Days’
There was a special surprise when Sheffield artist Joe Scarborough took to the stage in the main school hall to unveil his latest creation, ‘School Days’, as more than 1200 guests including pupils, former pupils, their families and friends of the school attended a ‘Retirement Garden Party’ thrown in Mrs Dunsford’s honour on Saturday 30 June.
Welcome to Trinity!
Here at Sheffield Girls' we celebrated our 140th year in 2018 and as part of the celebrations, we welcomed Olympic silver medallist Bryony Page to officially open our new gym and the Trinity building. Located in a former chapel and Grade 2 listed building facing Newbould Lane which became part of the school campus in 1970, the gym has recently undergone a £2.5 million refurbishment.