1. Historic day at Bolsover Castle

    Year 1 visited the fairy-tale style 17th Century Stuart mansion, Bolsover Castle, on November 12 to learn more about castles.

  2. Schools mental health charter launch

    Pupils at Sheffield Girls’ Sixth Form were at the forefront of efforts to improve mental health across Sheffield on Wednesday, attending the Sheffield Telegraph schools’ mental health charter launch.

  3. Places of worship in Leeds

    Year 8 visited a diverse range of religious places of worship in Leeds as part of their Religious Studies curriculum this November.

  4. Novel knowledge: the Kids' Lit Quiz

    Avid readers aged 10-13 had a fantastic day in a battle of the books at the Kid’s Lit Quiz (KLQ) 2019 on November 12.

  5. Spectacular spectroscopy

    Year 12 and 13 A Level Chemistry students took light to the next level, taking part in the University of Sheffield’s Spectroscopy workshop in early November to supplement their own chemistry work.

  6. Visiting the National Holocaust Centre

    As part of their topic studying World War 2, the Year 6 girls had an interesting and reflective visit to the National Holocaust Centre near Newark this November.

  7. Commemorating Armistice Day

    The infant and junior school commemorated Armistice Day 2018 with an enrichment day, to mark 100 years since the end of World War 1.

  8. Geology at its peak!

    GCSE Geologists ventured to the diverse landscapes of the Peak District to complete their fieldwork investigating mineralisation.

  9. Recruitment and Selection in the Modern World - Careers Event

    Our latest careers event on Thursday 15th November is focused on the skills needed for the increasingly complex and constantly changing modern world of work.

  10. Fantastic fieldwork at Cranedale

    Year 12 Geographers were situated in the heart of North Yorkshire in late October to carry out their fieldwork in the stunning Yorkshire Dales.