2022 is an exciting year for Hayesfield Girls’ School. As the biggest educator of girls in Bath we are preparing to celebrate 100 years of girls’ education on the Upper Oldfield Park Campus.
In 1922 City of Bath Girls’ School opened on the Upper Oldfield Park site led by the first Headteacher, Miss Thatcher. The school grew and flourished over the next 50 years until it became Hayesfield Girls’ School in 1973, when it merged with West Twerton Secondary Modern. Since that time, the school has grown even further in size, popularity, and success. We are taking the opportunity to celebrate the generations of young women who have passed through its doors over the decades and on Wednesday 6th July we will be holding our Centenary Celebration. We would love any alumni to join us on the evening from 5.30pm for a range of choral, musical, dramatic and dance performances, food, tours of the buildings and exhibitions celebrating our history. Come and share your memories.
Whether you came to City of Bath Girls or Hayesfield in the 1940s or 1980s we’d love you to share your memories and come and see how we’ve changed, but also what’s stayed the same.
We’ll be running formal tours through the school day and throughout the evening. If you would like to book a tour please click here https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/HGSBath
We are also building a school archive so if you have any photos/ memories or artefacts you’d like to share please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Facebook or Twitter and we’d love to hear from you.
Director of Sixth Form