Mr Kevin Fear (Headmaster)
Mrs Clare Bruce (Head of Junior School)
Religious affiliation: Non-denominational
Day/boarding type: Day
Gender profile: Coeducational
Day fees per term:
£4,094 to £5,979
Scholarships & bursaries:
ISC reference number:
DfE reference number:
892 / 6004
Boys - age range & pupil numbers:
Day: 4 to 18 (763)
Sixth Form: (176)
Girls - age range & pupil numbers:
Day: 4 to 18 (403)
Sixth Form: (84)
Learning Support coordinates and provides support for students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and students with additional support needs. The support offered covers the four broad areas of need of the SEND Code of Practice 2015, including cognition and learning; communication and interaction; sensory and/or physical and social emotional and mental health needs. Support for students begins in the classroom and teachers take a flexible approach to meet students’ needs, providing adaptations to help students make progress. Students can also access additional learning support sessions which is tailored to the individual student’s support needs and complements their personal curriculum to help them to develop skills and make excellent progress. The Learning Support Coordinator is a fully qualified specialist teacher who is able to assess for specific learning differences such as dyslexia and for examination access arrangements. We take a whole-school approach to learning support to foster an inclusive environment where all students can thrive.
School Name: Nottingham High School
Breakdown showing fee assistance for the last academic year’s intake into Year 7:
16.1% of new Year 7 pupils were awarded a bursary. Out of these the split was as follows: 26.3% had 100% of their fees paid for, 63.2% had 50-99% of their fees covered and the remainder had between 10-50%.
Bursary support with fees
Nottingham High School operates a bursary support scheme for pupils entering the School at age 11 (Year 7, Senior School). Bursaries are means-tested and can provide help up to full fees depending on parental income. Awards of Bursaries will be calculated on an annual basis and parents will be required to submit details of their finances each May or June. Parents who wish their child to be considered for assistance must be prepared to provide confidential information concerning their financial situation. These awards vary from 10% to 100% of the tuition fees.
To apply for a means-tested bursary for new entrants you will need to complete and return our application form by the beginning of November 2023. We will then contact you to arrange an interview. Pupils will also need to attend the School for an entrance assessment. Pupils will be notified as to whether they have been allocated a bursary in writing.
Nottingham High School operates a Scholarship Scheme for pupils entering the School at age 11 (Year 7, Senior School). We offer Academic Scholarships which are automatically awarded to the top performing students at the end of Year 7. Such scholarships are known as the Sir Thomas White Entrance Scholarships. The amount of fee remissions is £1,200 per academic year. The number of scholarships offered varies year on year.
We also offer Music Scholarships at the end of Year 7 to cover the cost of music tuition.
Assessment dates for 2023 intake:
Closing date for entries: Beginning of December 2023
Closing date for bursary applications: Beginning of November 2023
Year 7 entrance assessment: January 2024
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Disclaimer: Data is provided by the school, ISC is not responsible for inaccuracies