Hethersett Old Hall School (HOHS) blog – an independent day school near Norwich, Norfolk.

Girls 3-18 and boys 3-11, boarding for girls from 9

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Vote for Issy!

Isabel H in Year 11 has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Sunshine Tour, Blue Chip Featured Rider competition!

Click here to visit our blog for details on how you can vote for Issy. 

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U9 and U11 Hockey Update

To parents who are planning to watch both the U9 and U11 hockey teams play on Friday 12th October, we are starting slightly earlier than advertised at 2.30pm. You are welcome to join us on our field from 2.25pm, ready for a 2.30pm start.

Mrs Woods

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Sleepover Weekend a Big Hit!

The boarding house was a hive of activity this weekend with a sleepover for day pupils from years 7 and 8 on Friday night, followed by a trip to Thrigby Hall on Saturday.

We began with a scavenger hunt, which involved a lot of running about and shouting, followed by a film and popcorn. A great time was had by everyone!

Private School girls playing outdoors at Thrigby Hall, Norfolk.


On Saturday at Thrigby Hall the big cats were definitely the favourites ,especially the tigers. We also made good use of the many play areas.

It was a real pleasure to have the day girls staying with us and we are looking forward to the next sleepover on Friday November 30th for years 9 and 10.

Independent day school girls chatting on school excursion at Thrigby Hall, Norfolk.

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Clubs & Activities Autumn Term 2018

Private school in Norwich Norfolk - list of clubs and extra-curricular activities open to girls in nursery, prep and senior school.


Dear parents,

Please click here to view the exciting range of clubs and activities we have available this term. From trampolining to Lego, there’s plenty for everyone to get involved in!

If you wish to attend any club or activity or would like further details please speak to the teacher/coach running the activity.

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A dangerous game?

Roblox, a game children play online. Parents are concerned about hackers accessing children's accounts, and video game addiction.


One of my colleagues has alerted me to a game called ‘Roblox’, which is widely played by children online. Apparently there have been numerous attempts to hack her children’s account for this game, which could potentially give a stranger the opportunity to impersonate the players. Luckily the attacks did not succeed as all the safeguards were in place.

I thought I would pass this on in case any pupils were playing this game. It seems the dangers of online gaming are growing – recent reports have pointed to a sort of addiction that can afflict young people, with damaging effects on their progress and general wellbeing. There is also the danger of online predators trying to gain access to children’s accounts.

I am sure all our parents will ensure they are aware of these dangers and that parental controls are in place if pupils are participating in this activity.

Mr Crump

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Welcome Back!

Welcome back to another exciting school year full of learning and opportunities. I shall be out and about with the camera today to try to get some pictures of what is going on in all areas of the school so watch out for more photos on the blog later today.

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Uniform Shop

If anyone has grown rapidly over the summer and has any last minute uniform requirements, the uniform shop will be open all day tomorrow, 8:30am – 4pm.

Thank you