Fairtrade Fortnight activities in Humanities Year 7 enjoyed a fun packed Fairtrade Fortnight again this year. They enjoyed understanding the differences between our geography and our culture. Colourful clothing , spicy exotic food and vibrant traditional music and dance was to be seen in the Humanities classrooms last fortnight as the girls experienced Bangladesh life. […]
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Year 10 Art Students Stand Up to Fast Fashion Year 10 students worked collaboratively to design and create an amazing dress out of recycled materials that would otherwise have gone to landfill. The outfit includes a shoulder bag and beautiful necklace. The dress is on display in the Art display area on the ground floor.
Bishop’s team secure a place in the final On Tuesday 10th March, Bishop’s Hatfield Girls’ School hosted the local Year 7 Maths Challenge Heat. There were 9 teams, 3 from Bishop’s, 2 from Stanborough, 1 from The Ridgway, 2 from Townsend and 1 from Katherine Warington. Most of the Bishop’s competitors have been attending the […]
Stand Up to Fast Fashion! An amazing display of the hard work that Bishop’s students invested in designing and creating ethical outfits to ‘Stand Up to Fast Fashion!’, our theme for the Bishop’s International Fairtrade Fortnight Fashion Show. Pupils in years 7-11 were given the challenge to design and create an outfit using recycled clothing […]
Bringing History to life in the classroom! As part of their study of the British Empire, Year 8 students re-enacted the Great Exhibition of 1851. Through their presentations on the positive and negative impact of empire on the colonies, they gained a broader understanding of this important period of British and World History. Mr Wood […]
An inspirational day of Science for GCSE pupils with three renowned scientists On Friday we went to the Apollo Theatre in London to attend GCSE Science Live. We heard from three world renowned scientists, including physicist Prof Jim Al Khalili. They spoke about climate change and how physics is trying to overcome some of our […]
Ena Olivier and Serena Thomas excel in their Athletics endeavours again! On 24th Feb Ena Olivier (9Pa) & Serena Thomas (11Pa) competed at the England Indoor Championships in the U15 girls HJ & U17 60m respectively. Serena ran an impressive time of 8.12 seconds to finish 4th in her heat and narrowly miss out on […]
A Level students enriching their study of Weimar and Nazi Germany The History department took 31 A Level students to Berlin for 3 days to support their study of the history of Weimar and Nazi Germany. The students were able to visit many sites of historical significance, including Sachsenhausen concentration camp, the Olympic Stadium and […]
The Library ran Blind Date with a Book and Literary Pairs The Library ran their now annual Blind Date with a Book and Literary Pairs quiz during the week before half term to coincide with Valentine’s Day. Blind Date with a Book encourages students to choose a book based solely on keywords/themes, with no judging […]
Both Intermediate and Senior BHGS teams through to the District Final of Youth Speaks public speaking competition On Tuesday 11th February, Bishop’s Hatfield Girls’ School entered the Mid-Herts Rotary Youth Speaks District Semi Final competition. This competition aims to offer young people experience in speaking on a public platform as a member of a team. […]