Flegg High School

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Flegg High School
Motto Inspire, Encourage, Create
Type Academy
Headteacher Dr Simon Fox
Deputy Headteacher Mr Ross Li-Rocchi
Location Somerton Road
NR29 4QD
Coordinates: 52°42′45″N 1°38′26″E / 52.71254°N 1.64050°E / 52.71254; 1.64050
DfE URN 138759 Tables
Ofsted Reports
Students 998 pupils
Gender Co-educational
Ages 11–16
Houses Britten(Red), Julian(Yellow), Martin(Green), Nelson(Blue)
Colours Navy, Blue, White
Website www.flegg.norfolk.sch.uk

Flegg High School is a secondary school located in Martham, Norfolk, England. It was built in the 1960s for boys and girls aged 12–16. Much of the school has been expanded over the years and in 2006/07 major building work was undertaken to accommodate the inclusion of Year 7 pupils, and generally update the buildings, bringing the school roll in September 2007 up to near 1,000 pupils.[1]

Flegg High has a specialism in Business and Enterprise, and is a National Hub for that specialism.

Fair Play Programme[edit]

The school works closely with Norwich City Football Club on a programme to promote active citizenship for young people. There are other initiatives within the school including pupil council, peer support and anti-bullying strategies.

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Norfolk County Council school profile. Retrieved 2009-12-06.