With the long summer holidays a distant memory, come September parents’ minds generally turn back to schooling and often niggling concerns about their child’s current education can become more pressing.
Research has shown that increasing numbers of parents, who might not have previously considered private education, are looking to the sector for a variety of reasons. That’s certainly a trend that can be seen at Hethersett Old Hall School a leading independent day and boarding school just south of Norwich.
As Stephen Crump, Headmaster explains;
“All parents want their children to flourish and be happy. They want a school that offers the perfect blend of support and challenge, nurture and opportunity. As a small, successful independent school that really cares about the individual, this is our ethos. We welcome well-motivated pupils from all backgrounds who can benefit from our broad and balanced curriculum.
We are able to ensure that all pupils fulfil their potential due to the benefits of enthusiastic teaching, small class sizes (which are generally much larger in the state system) and our friendly and caring atmosphere. Every pupil is recognised as an individual so we cultivate bright, confident children who achieve excellent results and develop a well-rounded character.
Established since 1938, a constant over the past seven decades is that all our visitors comment on the welcoming nature of our school and our beautiful grounds which really do give our young people ‘space to grow’. We pride ourselves on both these factors and are always happy for people to come along and see the school in action for themselves.”
Hethersett Old Hall School will be holding an Open Morning on Saturday 4th October from 10am-12.00pm.
Visit www.hohs.co.uk or call 01603 810390 for further details.