Front of School with award logos on the left

Nottingham High School are celebrating this week after it was announced we have been ranked first for academic results in the East Midlands by The Sunday Times.

Last year Nottingham High School was awarded The Sunday Times East Midlands Senior School of the Decade which praised the School for both its academic achievement as well as the co-curricular offering at the School.

Headmaster Kevin Fear said “We are thrilled to learn of this further Sunday Times accolade following on from our success as the Sunday Times East Midlands School of the Decade award. This award recognises the fantastic partnership between our students and their teachers that enables us to help each and every child reach their potential. Along the way all of our children really enjoy their learning and the extensive range of co-curricular activities which together with their academic success go to make them well-rounded young people who can go on to succeed in whatever they choose to do. Our staff work so hard to ensure that our high academic standards are maintained and this award is richly deserved for them too.”

The UK’s longest-established guide to the country’s top schools, The Sunday Times Parent Power publication identifies the highest-achieving schools in the UK, ranked by their 2017-2019 examination results. They are a trusted source for many parents across the country in highlighting schools recognised for their sustained excellence.

Nottingham high School will feature in the Parent Power supplement in this Sunday Times print edition, you can also view their website