Norwich High School for Girls is an independent day school for girls in Norwich, Norfolk, England. It was founded in 1875 and is now one of the twenty-nine schools of the Girls' Day School Trust. The school as one of the best academic results in East Anglia. It consists of four sections, the Polliwiggle Nursery (Polliwiggle is the Norfolk dialect word for tadpole), Stafford House (the primary section of the school), Eaton Grove (the lower years of the secondary section) and the Sixth Form. A single-sex school, it educates girls from three to eighteen.
The school's facilities include a sports hall, performing arts studio, main hall (including stage), junior school hall, lecture theatre, boardroom, 25 metre swimming pool, 13 acres of playing fields, fitness suite, 6 tennis courts and 1 astro turf.
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