Action Packed Exploration of One of the World’s Greatest Cities On the 28th March seventeen Year 10 pupils accompanied by Mrs Johns, Ms Nickson and Mr Taylor flew to Barcelona to explore the city, Catalan culture and put their Spanish language skills to use. Many thanks to Mrs Johns for organising the trip. By the […]
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Caitie Reid represents Hertfordshire Caitie Reid in form 7 Hadid was selected to represent Hertfordshire in the National Year 7 Cross Country Championships held at Loughborough on 23rd March. Caitie ran a superb race, finishing 95th out of a field 182. She finished 5th out of the Hertfordshire team. The course was 2.7K and she […]
Young Carers visit a local gallery and get a chance to make their own art with guidance from 3 artists. On Thursday 26th March, eight Young Carers from Years 7 and 8 visited Mardleybury Gallery near Woolmer Green. They were welcomed by the gallery owner and artist, Marilyn Comparetto, who invited the girls to look […]
Our slogans supporting ‘fairness and equality’ Over 150 colourful gingerbread people can be found along our school’s ground floor with placards supporting the whole school theme of ‘Fairness and Equality’. This amazing array of creative designs from all year groups was part of our International Fairtrade Fortnight activities. This particular form activity really captured the […]
Whole school unites to promote ‘fairness and equality’! The annual Fairtrade Fortnight competition was strongly contested by all forms in Years 7 to 11 during International Fairtrade Fortnight 2019. Forms were given a t-shirt and fabric paints and given the brief to design a t-shirt on the theme of ‘Fairness and Equality’. A representative from […]
Delicious food from around the world! To celebrate our International Fairtrade Fortnight (25th February until 8th March 2019), students brought in plates of delicious food linked to their culture to share with their peers (and staff!). There were foods from all continents to taste at lunchtime on Friday 1st March. This popular event attracted a large […]
Award-winning author, climber and film-maker Matt Dickinson visited Bishop’s on Monday On Monday we were thrilled to welcome award-winning author, climber, adventurer and film-maker Matt Dickinson to the school. Matt has made films and documentaries for the BBC, National Geographic TV and the Discovery Channel, as well as being the author of fiction and non-fiction. […]
The Citizenship class visit Parliament to learn how the country’s laws are made by Aimee H and Flora M On Monday 28th February, the GCSE Citizenship classes went on an extremely exciting trip to the Houses of Parliament! It was a fantastic day and we would like to tell you all about it. To begin with, […]
Our Intermediate Youth Speaks Team performed brilliantly at the District Final. Our Intermediate Team of Nelly C, Lily L and Katie H, spoke beautifully at last night’s Rotary Youth Speaks District Final at Vandyke Upper School in Leighton Buzzard. Discussing the query, “Should more support be given to the homeless?” the girls spoke eloquently and […]
Year 12 and 13 Psychology Phobias Trip to London Zoo Forty-Five Year 12 and 13 Psychology Students at Bishop’s Hatfield Girls’ School visited London Zoo on Tuesday 16th February. We were lucky to enjoy warm and sunny weather while visiting various animal enclosures including the tiger, monkey, penguin, lion and gorilla enclosures and also the […]