I don’t have personal experience there as it was a bit far for us but I know people appealing and others who would sell their soul for a place so I would say count yourself very fortunate to have a place. Their facilities are amazing and so is the SEN- your child may not have this need but its a good reflection of the school as a whole if their SEN provision is good, it’s normally the last thing to get funded.
Do you have a child at Highlands and what do you think if it? We have been given a place for our daughter looking for positives and negatives.... quality of teaching, behaviour, sport, music, bullying etc? Your thoughts are greatly appreciated.