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

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Fees Frozen!

We are pleased to announce that the fees for next year have been frozen. To see the figures, please click the following link https://www.hohs.co.uk/admissions/fees/


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Breaking News!

Please click on the following link to read the full press release from Mr Crump regarding changes to take place in the school from September 2019.

https://www.hohs.co.uk/2019/04/05/breaking-news/


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A Date for Your Diary!

This year’s summer fete will take place on Saturday 18th May. It will run from 11am – 3pm and there will be lots of games and activities for children as well as a stalls, a hog roast, cakes and much more. Everyone is welcome to come along. We have our fingers crossed for sunshine and blue skies and we very much hope you can join us.


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Boarders’ Outing

The Saturday trip for the boarders this weekend was to Blickling Hall. They had the opportunity to explore the house and gardens, which were looking beautiful, and, since it was Mother’s Day on Sunday, they looked for gifts. They particularly liked the very cute Egyptian goslings, pictured below, that wandered past them in the grounds.


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Lunch Menu

Welcome to the last week of the term. Here is this week’s menu.


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Stars of the Week!

This week’s stars are as follows:

Charlie (Year 2) for neat and accurate handwriting and for tackling a difficult challenge in maths with great perseverance.

Lottie (Year 1) for moving up a level in reading and for excellent work in science.

Francesca (Reception) for working really hard with her reading and being very helpful in class.

Margot (Nursery) for being a very kind and helpful friend to a new child in Nursery.

Well done to all our stars!


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Banham Zoo

Earlier in March, Years 1 & 2 visited Banham Zoo. The children looked at the differences between animals from different continents and learned how to identify whether they were carnivorous, herbivorous or omnivorous. The picture below shows the children in the sloth enclosure and, above our heads, we were very lucky to see the sloths climbing and eating fruit – a very rare sight!For more photos, please see our Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/HethersettOldHallSchool/