Sheffield High stages memorial tribute to former pupil
To mark the first anniversary of the sad death of Year 11 pupil, Alex Reid, a special Memorial Assembly for the Senior School girls took place at the end of the summer term.
New Head Girl Team Starts Work at Sheffield High
Sheffield High School students Emily, Rachel, Hanisha and Sarah are celebrating as they start their term of office as the new head girl team.
Katie's for the High Jump!
Fourteen year old Katie Bower from Sheffield High School has qualified for the English Schools Athletics Championships this coming weekend. Will she follow in the footsteps of Sheffield’s own Jessica Ennis to win the Year 9 High Jump?
Sheffield High athletics teams take 7 trophies in 6 days
During the course of a single school week, Sheffield High School athletics teams have won seven major trophies as well as achieving many individual successes.
Sheffield High’s former pupils and staff enjoy summer reunion
Over 80 former SHS pupils and staff returned to school recently to catch up with friends and teachers. Many alumni were celebrating an anniversary since leaving the school and the classes of 1943, 1953, 1963, 1973, 1983, 1993 and 2003 were all represented.
Sheffield High Dining Assistant Shortlisted for 'Best Lunch Person' Award
Sheffield High School dining assistant, Joanne Hibberd, has been shortlisted for the Best Lunch Person Award at the Sheffield Star’s ‘Best in Education’ Awards for 2013.
Nine Sheffield High sports teams reach national finals!
Sheffield High School pupils have been represented by nine teams in six different sports in the National Schools Finals during the 2012-2013 academic year!
Sheffield High goes around the world with 500 girls!
Sheffield High School girls from both the junior and senior schools have travelled to over a dozen places around the world on residential educational visits this academic year from China and the USA to more locally, camping in Derbyshire.
Sheffield High Rounders Team Makes National Finals
The Sheffield High School Under-16 rounders team – already crowned as both City and County Champions – will soon be competing in the national finals.
Can education help to address the gender gap?
Sheffield High School’s parent organisation, the Girls’ Day School Trust (GDST) is holding its annual conference in London on 12 June. The theme of this year’s conference is A rocky road to the top: grit, resilience, and the path to female leadership and will address the role of schools in helping pupils to develop the character traits to help them succeed in their later lives and careers. Let us hear your thoughts on this!