Our values

Girls first

Put the girls’ interests, happiness and wellbeing first at all times

Networked

Work together productively in School, within our family of schools and in the community

Bold

Take risks, push hard and overcome setbacks. Do things in a new way. Have a go. Have fun.

Principled

Always do the right thing, by our own high standards and by everyone else’s

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What we are proud of

Newcastle High girls stand out from the crowd

We received this lovely comment from a parent whose daughter will be joining us in September:

"I was walking my dog In Jesmond Dene and there were lots of groups of school children out enjoying the sunshine. However, your girls stood out from all of the other groups by a long way. They were so well behaved, uniforms looked fantastic and they were really listening to their teachers. Not only that but all of the girls stepped aside to let me passed - the only school group ever I've seen do that whilst I've been walking our dog.

"I'm so so glad that my daughter will be joining you in September. The girls were an absolute credit to the school. My daughter was very excited to have seen them and apparently wants to be just like them in September."

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Elizabeth places for England

We are delighted to learn that one of our alumnae, Elizabeth Mooney, has come 3rd in a national cross country competition - an outstanding achievement. Selected to run for England, she was competing against runners from all the countries within the United Kingdom.

Elizabeth is currently in her second year at Newnham College, Cambridge where she is reading History and successfully combining running with her academic studies. “Cross Country running is very important for me. It is essential to have something else in your life other than work,” says Elizabeth.

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NHSG confirmed as one of best schools in country for sport

Newcastle High School for Girls has been ranked as the 13th best independent school in the country for sport in 2014.
The report, issued by School Sport magazine in January 2015, showcases the best of the best in sport by ranking the top 100 schools (single sex and co-educational). The results reflect competitive achievement in a range of sports throughout 2014 and honours those schools that take competition especially seriously.

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Our updates

April 23 2015
Lecturers visit Newcastle High as part of British Science Week

As part of British Science week, on 13th-22nd March, Newcastle High invited two speakers to deliver lectures. On Wednesday 18th March, Professor Plummer, Professor of Experimental Cancer Medicine at the Northern Institute for Cancer Research at Newcastle University, delivered a lecture, “Hunting for new cancer drugs”. In just one hour the audience learned about the…

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Hilary's thoughts

May 5 2015
What makes history?

I am really looking forward to the General Election next week. Not because of excitement, unfortunately, but because I have election fatigue from the posturing and point scoring by the different parties. This makes it difficult to raise much enthusiasm, even for any of the education policies put forward. This is depressing because we are...

March 31 2015
£35 will make all the difference

A few weeks ago, over half term, I went to Uganda with the global children’s charity: Plan. We went to a girls’ school in Kamuli, one of the most deprived rural areas, and also visited a project in Kampala which supports sex workers in the capital’s slums. I had wanted to visit Africa ever since...

February 2 2015
New leafs … and elastic bands

The New Year, and its symbolism of renewal, always provides us with an opportunity to start afresh. The flavour of the celebrations of different cultures differ but the themes are similar – discarding old unwanted ‘baggage’, and ‘turning over a new leaf’. In Ecuador, people make dummies to represent the events of the past year...

21st Century Facilities

  • Stunning Junior School in a unique setting
  • Outdoor spaces to bring Junior curriculum to life
  • All weather pitches in Junior School
  • Spacious, bright classrooms
  • Work underway for new Senior School designed for a 21st Century education
  • State-of-the-art science laboratories
  • Exceptional space for Creative and Performing Arts
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Parents' talk

We feel that both our daughters have received an excellent education. We are truly grateful for the hard work, patience, skill, dedication and care that has gone into helping them to achieve so much.

Our daughter has grown not only in height but as a person too. Her amazing progress this year is a credit to your teaching team.

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