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Newport Girls' High School

Address
Wellington Road
Newport
Shropshire
TF10 7HL
Tel
01952 386400
Fax
01952 386415
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Newport Girls' High School, Newport is a state school for girls aged from 11 to 18.

Local authority:

Telford and Wrekin

Pupils:

405

Religion:

Non-denominational


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Entrance examinations consist of: 11: 2 VR papers (multiple choice) & interview. 16: 6 GCSEs (including A/B grades in subjects to be pursued) and an interview.

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