At InterHigh we understand that choosing the right school for your son or daughter is one of the biggest decisions you’ll ever have to make.
Our school attends to the academic, pastoral and social needs of every one of our pupils.
Our curriculum is taught by our qualified, experienced staff whose knowledge of their subject is matched by their motivation and energy to see every pupil in their care succeed. Once lessons are over, pupils can enjoy a range of clubs, societies, seminars or catch up with friends in the common room or at ‘myInterHigh’.
Our dedicated pastoral team contact every pupil daily and our school leadership team are always on hand.
InterHigh’s learning platform and constantly online lesson library enables pupils to make great progress in their studies. We give our pupils control over their learning and their interactions around the school; a personal, engaging teaching experience where they can directly and discretely question their teachers during and after classes to ensure they have a solid understanding of the subject.
We make it easy for parents to be involved. You can monitor progress through your own school portal that provides constant information about your son or daughter’s progress, feedback and assignments, together with regular written feedback from all their teachers.
Beyond all that we offer our young people time. The effectiveness of our school means that pupils are ‘in school’ only for three or four hours a day giving them an unrivalled opportunity to pursue their own interests, hobbies, pastimes and goals.
We are able to support pupils who join the school during the course of an academic year; this is hugely assisted by our lesson library and the discrete, personal interaction pupils can have with our teachers during lessons. If you want further details about any aspect regarding how InterHigh works or how we provide an effective transition into our school, please get in contact with us when we can discuss your child’s needs.
It all adds up to make InterHigh as individual as our pupils.