BHGS secures a £10K grant to roll out Virtual Reality to the classroom We are delighted to announce that Bishop’s Hatfield Girls’ School was successful in securing a £10,000 grant to purchase a classroom set of Virtual Reality headsets, a 360 camera which students will use to make their own immersive projects and digital content. […]
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Year 12 examine what constitues a crisis Year 12 history students visited Hampton Court Palace on Thursday 15th July. The visit enabled students to see first hand the iconic Tudor Palace which certainly provided an insight into the lavish, indulgent tastes of the Tudor Period. Students partipated in a ‘walking talking tour’ of the palace […]
Rainbow colours in our year 7 science class as we look at pH. In our science lessons we have learnt about acids and alkalis and how they have different colours when you add a liquid called ‘universal indicator’. We have coloured in the pH scale and looked at different household items to see what their […]
Wolf Tribe, a.k.a. 7 Hadid, wins the day at the Celtic Harmony Camp, Friday 9th July 2021! Wolf Tribe (a.k.a. 7 Hadid) wins the day at the Celtic Harmony Camp on Friday 9th July 2021! With perfect weather, Year 7 approached the Gates of Prehistory, led by one of the resident Celts to be greeted […]
Data collection day visit to North Norfolk Year 10 geographers got up early last Friday 9th July to travel by coach to Norfolk. We had a really enjoyable day visiting Cley-next-the-Sea and Sheringham. We were fortunate to visit on a sunny, dry day. The weather only turned as we travelled back to school! The students […]
New International Club pupils produce their first brochure to help others for whom English is an additional language This term marks the launch of a new publication for BHGS – a brochure for students coming to the school from countries outside the UK. The brochure is a little different to the rest of the materials […]
What a year we’ve had! This year has seen some of the best results for our school. Every year we get our best students to sit a national test called the Maths challenge. Students are awarded Bronze, Silver or Gold awards based on how they perform, and the top 3% of the test go on […]
Year 8 extract DNA from kiwis and model its structure. We have studied inheritance as our last science topic in year 8. We isolated DNA from kiwi fruit, it looks like white strands between the 2 different liquids in the test tube. We followed this up by creating part of a DNA strand using origami; […]
Year 12 coastal fieldwork In place of the planned 4-day residential fieldtrip to Swanage in April 2021, we arranged day visits for Year 12 geographers to collect data for their NEA coursework in Southend-on-Sea and Studland Bay on Wednesday 30th June and Friday 2nd July 2021. 10 students visited 3 of the beautiful Southend beaches: […]
Year 12 students prepare to challenge Parallel Histories enrichment club is a group of Year 12 students who have been engaging with controversial history with the aim of understanding both narratives and the complexity of issues by engaging with both sides of the story. This term, we have been focusing on the historical context of […]