Our Vision

We are Longhill, a learning community: students, staff, and families; together and individually.

Longhill’s commitment to you:
As part of the Longhill community you should feel

  • Respected and valued as an individual
  • Able to challenge yourself and others in a safe and supportive fashion
  • Safe and cared for
  • Enabled to learn new things
  • Your achievements and successes are recognised and celebrated
  • That others have high expectations of you and will support you to be the best you can


Year 10 Parents' Evening

Year 10 Parents’ Evening, Thursday 12th May, from 5.00 – 8.00pm.  Please make your appointments via the Information Portal on the right-hand-side of the homepage

Young Leaders Brighton

Senior Brighton Students Become Young Leaders

Six senior Longhill students have just completed seven months as part of the Active Change Foundation’s Young Leaders Programme. The Programme enables young people to explore a cause that they feel passionate about through workshops, community events and a residential course. Its aim is to teach leadership skills and critical thinking to enable them to [more]

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Jamie Makes a Splash!

Year 11 student Jamie Smith is well and truly making a splash in the sailing world after recently winning the Sussex ‘Most Improved Sportsman’ award.  “Jamie is a really great sportsman”, said student mentor Aran Hawkins, “And we’re all extremely proud of him.” Jamie, who is a Year 11 Spencer House student at Longhill, belongs [more]

Rachel Waite Marathon

Business Studies Head Runs for Rainbow

Rachel Waite, Head of Business Studies at Longhill High School, ran the race of her life yesterday, by completing the gruelling London Marathon in just over 5 hours.  Not one to do things by halves, Mrs Waite had never run a marathon before, although she had always wanted to, so London had to be the [more]

Ofsted Inspection Report Summary

The report for Longhill’s recent Ofsted inspection has now been received and, as identified in the school’s own self-evaluation, the overall judgement has remained that the school “Requires Improvement”. The report, however, is clear about the improvements the school has made since its last inspection and identifies many significant strengths. These include: there is much [more]

End of Term Easter Newsletter

It’s been a very busy half term and the end of term Newsletter is here now to tell you about what’s been happening at Longhill. Please click on the link, read and enjoy! Newsletter March 2016

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The Sounds of Longhill

The music department and its students have been incredibly busy this term, with a variety of musical events happening in Brighton and London. The first of these was Voice in a Million, which took place on a cold, miserable March day at Wembley Arena.  29 boys and girls from Longhill, aged from 11 to 15, [more]

Rockinghorse Easter Eggs Presentation

Eggs Galore for Rockinghorse Appeal

Generous Longhill students paid a surprise visit to the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital in Brighton this week to deliver a massive haul of chocolate Easter eggs to the Rockinghorse Appeal.  Staff were delighted to receive the huge consignment of 175 eggs, which they plan to give out to the children and their siblings who are [more]