Outside of school

There are plenty of activities for pupils to get involved in outside of lessons at InterHigh.

Extra-curricular activities

At InterHigh pupils can access a variety of features outside the virtual classroom via their own personal hub. They can access every part of the school from their hub as well as live classes and resources. There are special interest courses to pursue, clubs and societies to get involved with as well as a school library and common room to visit and interact with other pupils.

The InterHigh Weekend

Throughout the year we hold several social events where staff, parents and pupils can meet up. InterHigh Weekend activities vary each year and include drama, sport and movie-making and the ‘InterHigh Ball’. Our 2018 event will take place at a specialist adventure centre specialising in school trips. Click here to find out more about this year’s event: http://interhigh.co.uk/interhigh-activity-weekend-2018/

School trips to film studios and revision weekends

There are other opportunities for pupils, parents and staff to socialise and meet up and we regularly organise school trips and revision weekends. Last November, students from all over the UK and beyond travelled to spend the day together at the Warner Bros Studios (Making of Harry Potter).

What pupils say about InterHigh

Read some of our pupil stories and find out why they decided to choose InterHigh and what their experiences were.

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Book a spot on our next open day!

InterHigh School regularly hosts open evenings for prospective parents and pupils to meet other parents and InterHigh pupils themselves.

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