Hobart high school

For the Tasmanian school formerly known as "Hobart High School", see Hobart College (Tasmania). For the school in Hobart, Indiana, see Hobart High School (Indiana).
Hobart High School
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Type Academy
Headteacher Mr Sam Griffin
Chair Mr Peter Fraser
Location

Kittens Lane
Norwich
Norfolk
NR14 6JU
England Coordinates: 52°31′55″N 1°28′45″E / 52.53191°N 1.47911°E / 52.53191; 1.47911

DfE number
DfE URN Ofsted Pre-academy reports
Staff 60 (approx.)
Students 854
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16
Website

Hobart High School is an coeducational secondary school with academy status, situated in the village of Loddon, near Norwich in Norfolk, England. It typically has around 850 students.

The school previously had specialist science college status before converting to academy status in February 2013.


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