Broadland High School

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Broadland High School
Broadland High School logo.png
Established 1958
Type Comprehensive
Headteacher Mr Aron Whiles
Deputy Headteacher Mr Simon Laycock
Chair of Governors Mr Malcolm Kemp
Location Tunstead Road
NR12 8QN
England England
Coordinates: 52°43′00″N 1°24′51″E / 52.716636°N 1.414264°E / 52.716636; 1.414264
Local authority Norfolk
DfE number 926/4037
DfE URN 121159 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Staff 100
Students 750 pupils
Gender Mixed
Ages 11–16
Colours Green, Black, White

Broadland High School is a rural mixed comprehensive in Hoveton, Norfolk for pupils aged 11 to 16.

Community and campus[edit]

Broadland High School is situated on the Broads approximately 7½ miles (12¼ km) north-east of Norwich. The school has close links with the communities which surround it and takes pupils from feeder schools in Rackheath, Salhouse, Neatishead, Horning, Tunstead and Coltishall as well as Hoveton. It consists of 5 teaching blocks, including dedicated Music, PE and Design and Technology blocks.

Ofsted and academic performance[edit]

Broadland has been regularly judged as "good" for overall performance. In its 2016 inspection Ofsted said: "This school continues to be good. Pupils who met with us enthused about the school. Pupils enjoy school and are proud to be part of it. They say that its small size means that everyone knows each other well, friendships are easily forged and staff are always approachable and caring. They value the additional support provided by staff, saying teachers are 'always there' to help and look after them. We found that pupils behave well, show good manners and conduct themselves sensibly and maturely around school. "[1]

Results for 2015 showed a marked improvement on previous years, with an increase on progress, compared to previous years.[2]


  1. ^ "2016 Inspection" (PDF). Ofsted. 
  2. ^ "Exam Results". School website. 

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