Senior School Open Evening Tuesday 25th September

We have enjoyed welcoming all our new pupils to the senior school this term and especially our new U3 pupils who are settling into Highclare life very well.

We are all looking forward to welcoming visitors, prospective parents and pupils to our Senior School Open Evening on Tuesday 25th September, 4.30 pm to 7.00 pm.

There will be tours of the school and opportunities to speak to staff and pupils to discover all about life at Highclare Senior School.   Dr Luker will address parents and pupils with a further insight into the school at some point during the evening.

No appointment is necessary, so if you are thinking about Senior School education for September 2019, then please take this opportunity to find out more.

If you are unable to make this Open Day and would like to arrange another opportunity to see what our school has to offer please contact admissions on 0121 386 8218.

 

 

We are immensely proud of what we do and what we achieve, which I hope is signalled strongly to you in all that you see, read and hear about us.  Because of superb teaching, delivered in well-resourced settings and in the context of small class sizes, together with a strong extra and co curriculum, a Highclare pupil will develop the life-long, independent learning skills that allow him / her to not only fulfil their academic potential but also to have the emotional and spiritual intelligence and capability to go on and do extraordinary things.

Underpinning all that we do is a nurturing and supportive pastoral commitment based on our unshakeable belief that a boy or girl who is happy is much more likely to be an effective learner and a contented and giving member of our school community.

Do come along to see whether we are the friendly, welcoming and professional school that we believe ourselves to be.

My team and I look forward to welcoming you our Senior School Open Events and answering your questions about Highclare and about your child’s education.

Dr Richard Luker
Headmaster