SHEFFIELD High School has tasted success at the national finals of the Independent School Awards for the third year in a row.
The Broomhill school was honoured for its outstanding community initiative, which saw pupils develop links with charities, businesses and community groups on an Olympic and Paralympic theme.
This year’s awards were held at the National Motorcycle Museum, near Birmingham, where adventurer Sir Ranulph Fiennes gave a motivational talk and helped the presentations.
Valerie Dunsford, headteacher, said: “I’m absolutely delighted the school has won again.
“To take an award at the national finals three times in a row is a remarkable tribute to the success of the school in developing and maintaining links with the local community.”