Ipswich High School is the region's leading independent all girls' school educating pupils aged 3-18. We are a strong, vibrant and thriving community - dynamic and above all supportive. With the unique support of the Girls' Day School Trust, our vision and ambition is to educate girls to become resilient, positive and successful young women, ready to embrace the challenges of the future.
We build time into our school day to allow our pupils to enjoy life-enhancing activities, to explore their talents and to relish working together as a team, cast, ensemble or group.
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The school is situated on a stunning 84 acre site in Woolverstone, just four miles outside the County Town of Ipswich. We educate girls from aged 3 to 18 on one campus where girls of all ages have access to our outstanding facilities, including theatre, swimming pool, astroturf and abundant natural resources.
We are uniquely placed to tailor your daughter's education at every stage of her school career. With our dynamic curriculum, we foster a genuine love of learning in every pupil. We offer an outstanding extra-curricular experience for each girl and place great importance on individual support.
Our dedicated, creative staff are committed to providing an inspirational, engaging and fulfilling academic environment. Girls are challenged, motivated and supported to achieve their best in all subjects. Our results are consistently outstanding.
of GDST A level students go on to study Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths, Medicine and related subjects
educated by the GDST every year in 24 schools and 2 academies. Ipswich High is a member school of the GDST - the leading network of independent girls' schools in the UK
past pupils in the GDST Alumnae Network offering past and current pupils an unrivalled community of advice, expertise and friendship
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