January 12, 2016

Breaking the cycle

The BBC news article shows that there is a growing North-South divide in England and that where you live can have a considerable impact on a child’s education. A recent study suggests that where a child grows up has a major influence on their success in school and on exam results.

We know that over many years those in education have been working to remove the barriers that are all too often in the way of young people in terms of the quality and choice that they have available when it comes to choosing the right school for them.

At InterHigh we are uniquely able to deliver the same high standards wherever a pupil may be. Our flexible and accessible learning platform provides consistency and a stable education, worldwide. Pupils and staff are able to join us from wherever they find themselves in the country so that location is never a barrier to excellence.

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