Hethersett Old Hall School

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Hethersett Old Hall School
Established 1924
Type Independent Day and Boarding School
Religion Christian
Headmaster Stephen Crump
Location Hethersett

England Coordinates: 52°35′32″N 1°10′30″E / 52.5923°N 1.1751°E / 52.5923; 1.1751
DfE number 926/6029
DfE URN 121227 Tables
Students 180
Ages 3–18
Website Hethersett Old Hall School

Hethersett Old Hall School is an independent school located in Hethersett, Norfolk, England that educates around 180 boys and girls. It is a day school for girls aged 3-18 and for boys aged 3-11 with boarding for girls from age 9.


The school was opened, at Hellesdon House, in September 1924 by Mrs CP Andrews. In 1938, the school moved to the Old Hall in Hethersett, a building which dates back to the 17th to 18th centuries.[1] A sixth form was established in September 1984.[citation needed] The school is celebrating its 75th birthday in 2013.

Academic standards[edit]

92pc of students achieved five or more GCSE A* to Cs in the results announced in August 2012 and 31pc of GCSE passes were at A* and A grades.[2]

In 2012, HOHS celebrated its best A Level results in ten years, with 85% of passes at the top grades of A*-C and 100% pass rate.

The Independent Schools Inspectorate, reporting in April 2011, praised the school and said the personal development of pupils was "outstanding".[3]


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