Following on from record GCSE and A Level results this summer, Nottingham High School has cemented its position as the 35th Independent School nationally. This combined with the continually increasing interest in the now fully co-educational school (since welcoming girls in 2015 after 502 years as a boys-school); a high number of visitors are expected at the school’s next Open Morning on Saturday 23rd September.
The event, taking place from 9:00am until 12 noon, is aimed at girls and boys interested in getting a genuine feel for school life, welcoming all age groups from infants right through to the Sixth Form.
There will be a great range of exciting activities taking place throughout the morning including a fun trail through Lovell House Infant School with its friendly Squirrel mascot. The programme for the Junior School comprises of an exciting Activity Challenge and the opportunity to find out more about the admissions process, the major Junior School extension works due for completion in spring 2018 and key aspects of school life from Clare Bruce, Head of Nottingham High School Infant and Junior School.
Meanwhile, the Senior School will have guided tours and will also be holding a number of great musical performances, live science demos, drama rehearsals, climbing wall activities, practical art sessions and coding exercises. Current pupils and Headmaster Kevin Fear will also be speaking about key elements of the application process and school life.
For a glimpse into life at Nottingham High School, before your visit, you can see their brand new video here: