February 18, 2016


Tuesday 1st March is ‘National Offer Day’ when around half a million families across England discover if their daughter or son has received an offer of a place at the school of their choice. Last year around 80% received their first offer. This left around 20% who didn’t receive their first offer. That’s a lot of disappointment.

The biggest challenge of course is that there are only limited places at the most popular schools and therefore many families miss out – typically because they live too far from the school. More still will have concluded that an application would be futile and not even registered an interest.

We are uniquely placed at InterHigh to be able to say that neither physical constraints of our school size nor a family’s postcode have a bearing on being offered a place at our school. And with a waiting list of highly qualified and motivated teachers wanting to join the school… finding the right staff isn’t a problem either.

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