Year 12 student is the first Bishop’s pupil to receive a prestigious engineering scholarship from the Arkwright programme Congratulations to Harriet Tilsley (Year 12) who has become Bishop’s first Arkwright Engineering Scholar. This is the most esteemed scholarship of its type in the UK, designed to support and inspire students to change the world as […]
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Great attendance at Cross Country Trials! The PE Department have been running trials for the upcoming District Cross Country competition in November. Trials were open to all pupils in Years 7-11 and no experience was needed – just the love of running! In total we had over 45 + girls from all years attended the […]
The Year 11 taster sessions over the last two weeks have been helping students to decide what they want to do after their GCSEs. The last two weeks have seen Year 11 students attending taster sessions for all the different subjects available in the Sixth Form. In the Humanities department, this has included a diverse […]
Young Adult book author, Sue Wallman, opens Year 7 & 8 pupils to the world of thriller writing On 19 October, Sue Wallman, the award-winning author of a series of young adult thrillers (Lying About Last Summer, See How They Lie, Your Turn to Die, Dead Popular & I Know You Did It) came to […]
A great start to the Netball season for teams at Bishop’s We have been able to get Netball fixtures up and running again for the first time in a few months which has seen some great results from both new and existing teams in Years 7-11. Thursday 7th October – Home game vs Chancellors. Teams […]
Noreene Buyoc, a former BHGS student, returns to Bishops to discuss her degree and industrial placement with Year 13 biologists. Noreene graduated from Bishop’s in 2018 with 3 Science A levels. She studied Biomedical Sciences at Middlesex University and is currently working at the Health Services Laboratories in London as part of her placement. Noreene […]
GCSE History pupils trip to the Old Operating Theatre and Medicine Galleries On Thursday 14th October 2021, GCSE History pupils enriched their study of the history of medicine on a trip to the Old Operating Theatre and the medicine galleries and the Science Museum. Sitting in the oldest surviving operating theatre in Europe, the pupils […]
Year 9 tested their sense of taste, smell, hearing, touch and sight during Biology Week As part of Biology Week 2021, Year 9 students enjoyed testing all their senses. They held their nose whilst eating a sweet to see if they could identify the flavour without their sense of smell, 50% could not identify the […]
Animals About visits Bishop’s to show students a range of exotic animals Students like me, that enjoy Science Club and Crafty Creatures Club were treated to a visit by Animals About on Wednesday 13th October, as part of Biology Week. We were presented with a variety of exotic animals including a tarantula, snake and hissing […]
Year 11 enjoy tales of the plague and pox and learn about the science behind our immune system as teachers dress up for Biology Week. Our Science teachers dressed up as different characters related to pox and pathogens, on Wednesday 13th October as part of Biology Week. Each teacher spent 10 minutes with all the […]