School welcome


It is with great pleasure and pride that we welcome you to our website.

We hope you find it informative and that it provides the answers you are seeking.  If it doesn’t, please feel free to use the contact form, or contact us via the other available methods and we would be happy to help in whatever way we can.

This is a wonderful school and its results this year show outstanding improvement as 78% of our Yr 11 cohort achieved a grade 4-9 for both English & Maths - one of the highest pass rates in the county. We also made a significant improvement from 2017 and are the second most improved school in the Norfolk and Waveney district for the English & Maths measure. Results across our curriculum demonstrate strong outcomes and good progress in a range of subjects.

Being a small High School gives significant advantages in that students feel they are known by their staff, and their needs in both academic and personal care and guidance can be more effectively met than in a larger environment.

The school is benefiting from being part of the North Norfolk Academy Trust and has been through a period of significant refinement in terms of staffing and curriculum as part of this exciting partnership as we seek the very best outcomes for our students.  Stalham High equips students with not only the best academic outcomes they can achieve, but also helps them develop as citizens. We work closely with our colleagues within the Trust, sharing best practice between the schools for mutual benefit.

Thank you for taking time to view this website, and if you are a family of a prospective student, please do arrange to come and visit the school to see what we have to offer for yourselves.

Dr Andrew Richardson (CEO North Norfolk Academy Trust)

Collection of Summer 2019 GCSE coursework

Students can collect their Art/ Photography / Material Technology/ Visual Communication coursework between Wednesday 13th November 2019 and Friday 13th December 2019. Collection is by arrangement only and a minimum of two working days’ notice will be required.

To arrange your collection please email your name, subject teacher, a contact number and date for collection to

Your work will be available for collection from school reception between 09.30 – 15.30.  If you are unable to come in person, please let the school office know who will be collecting on your behalf.

Please note that any work that is not collected by the end of Friday December 13th 2019 may be disposed of.