Essex school places for pupils who miss out on National Offer Day

On National Offer Day, parents and pupils discover if they have been successful in gaining a place at one of the best secondary schools in Essex. Competition for Essex school places is high, and with limited capacity, many will miss out on their first choice. Many parents and pupils who have found themselves in this position have found King’s InterHigh – the UK’s leading online school – to be one of the top schools in Essex for their situation.

This page is for people who have missed out on their first choice school in Essex, including Colchester County High School for Girls, Chelmsford County High School for Girls, King Edward VI Grammar School in Chelmsford and Brentwood Ursuline High School.

Online independent schools in Essex

Having researched the most outstanding secondary schools in Essex, not getting your first choice can be frustrating and disappointing. Not being offered your first-choice school could also be costly and disruptive. The other schools you are offered may be a long way from where you live, adding extra time and expense to the school run. The standard of education at your second, third or fourth choice schools may also be not as good. Many parents and pupils have found King’s InterHigh to be one of the best schools in Essex when it comes to providing their children with the quality education they deserve. All lessons are online, so can be accessed wherever you are, all you need is an internet connection.

About King's InterHigh

We are the UK’s leading online secondary school and sixth form college. Founded in 2005, King’s InterHigh teaches over 1,000 pupils worldwide. Our experienced and fully qualified teachers lead live, interactive, engaging lessons. They teach the National Curriculum for England to our pupils from Year 7, right the way through to IGCSE, AS and A Levels. Pupils have a wealth of online resources to aid their learning, including a library and lesson archive, which can be accessed 24/7 for revision, homework or to catch up.

Smaller class sizes and more flexibility

Pupils receive a more personalised education at King’s InterHigh. Class sizes are smaller with a maximum of up to 18 pupils for IGCSEs and 15 for A Levels. Our online status means that teachers can concentrate on teaching for the entire length of the lesson without the usual disruption and distractions you may get at a traditional mainstream school. As we are not bound by a physical building, teachers are also not limited when planning lessons and can easily set up virtual classrooms for breakout sessions and group work.

Pupils can make rapid progress

At King’s InterHigh, pupils learn at their own pace. They follow an engaging syllabus for each subject, learning no more than two subjects a day. This helps to consolidate learning. We find the independent style of learning pupils are taught helps to better prepare them for the style of education they will encounter in further and higher education. On average, King’s InterHigh pupils graduate with a second-class degree or higher at University.

Hear what our pupils have to say

King’s InterHigh School is a vibrant community where pupils make new friends from all over the world. Find out what some of our past pupils have to say about why they chose King’s InterHigh and how they found the experience.

As a parent what do I need to know?

Our British Curriculum, offering a wide range of Key Stage 3 subjects right through to IGCSE and A Levels, provides the perfect foundation for future studies. Our revolutionary teaching model allows pupils to make excellent progress in rapid time.

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