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    Above & Beyond Expectation

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    Positive, Resilient, Successful Pupils

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    Innovative Teaching and Learning

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    Pioneers and Specialists in Education

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    Strong, Vibrant and Thriving Community

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Welcome to Ipswich High School for Girls

Ipswich High School is regarded as one of the highest achieving schools in the country and is consistently rated as one of Suffolk's Top Independent Schools.

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Oona Carlin, Head

We value our broader education with equal importance to our academic achievements. We ensure that our enrichment provision at all levels is of the highest of standards.

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Stunning setting in 84 acres of parkland

Admissions

At Ipswich High School we welcome families throughout the year to experience first-hand our dynamic and inspirational environment. As the only all girls' school in Suffolk, we offer a unique combination of focused study and relaxed confidence, unfettered by gender boundaries.

Our Location Woolverstone, Suffolk Open Days Click to view
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Bernadette Ross-Smith, Registrar

Arrange a Visit

If you and your family would like to visit the school or wish to arrange a private appointment with the Head, please register your interest by email to our Registrar, Bernadette Ross-Smith who will be happy to help you and find a time that suits you best.

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600 girls

A leading independent day school with around 600 girls aged 3-18. Four phases of our school on one site.

5 times

as many GDST pupils as the national average go on to take degrees in Medicine. Twice as many GDST students as the national average go on to take a language at university

57,000

past pupils in the GDST Alumnae Network offering past and current pupils an unrivalled community of advice, expertise and friendship

11.4%

school leavers 2013 gained places at Oxford and Cambridge Universities, with over 90% going to Russell Group universities in 2012/13