House Hadid emerge as winners for the first ever BHGS Virtual Sports Day Week! Huge congratulations to 房子哈迪德 for winning our first ever BHGS Virtual Sports Day Week with a whopping 597 points!We had over 150 pupils taking part and around 30 staff too with some excellent results in all of the 8 events. […]
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Recommended summer reads and the power of reading The Library have put together a list of recommended summer reads for all year groups, as well as parents and staff. Click on the link to take a look: BHGS Library Recommended Summer 2020 Reads The power of reading is immense. International reading studies show that reading […]
Ocean Acidification Tests in the Lab Hannah in Year 12 is currently working on a Report as part of the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ). Hannah’s title is: The implications of ocean acidification on marine biodiversity. Having completed a huge amount of research, reading through lots of articles and books on theories behind ocean acidification, Hannah […]
We made miniature books in Chatterbooks The Year 7 Chatterbooks club were inspired by the British Library’s blog about the Infant’s Library created by John Marshall more than 200 years ago. He had the idea of helping children learn to read by creating miniature books for then to read to their dolls. Miniature books were […]
Year 9 have developed their research skills through investigating the geography of South Africa. To finish off the academic year, some of our Year 9 students have been researching the country of South Africa in their 地理 lessons. The girls have been developed their research skills and enjoyed creating some excellent presentations covering topics such […]
Record number of Gold Awards! Our Years 7 and 8 girls proved to us how fantastic they could be as our top groups managed to pull in a record number of awards. This competition was made all the harder this year as schools and students had to make arrangements for the competition to be done […]
A Year 12 team has finished in the top 50 of a national legal competition run by law firm, Kingsley Napley. A Year 12 team has finished in the top 50 of a national legal competition run by law firm, Kingsley Napley. The team, Molly Hoy, Abbie Smith, Bella Pocknell and Lily Kersey had to […]
Year 9 renewable energy wind turbine models Year 9 have been studying the issues associated with the burning of fossil fuels in their 地理 lessons. The girls have been investigating alternative sources of energy including wind and solar energy. Year 9 were given the challenge to design and build a model of a wind turbine […]
Year 12 Law students revising all about theft and robbery Since the lockdown, the Year 12 法 classes have covered a wide range of topics from negligence to self-defence. We have been focusing on the crimes of theft and robbery, and one challenge set was to build a revision wall with each of the bricks […]
Being Creative using Incredibox I wanted to encourage students to be creative practically during Lockdown; many do not have instruments at home with the exception of their voice. So far they have made string instruments and some wind instruments. Students have created drum kits out of everyday items at home but I wanted even more […]