It’s been a memorable week for science, as we celebrate British Science Week, which coincides ironically with the death of one of our greatest scientists, Stephen Hawking. No doubt he would have found amusement in the timing of these events and delight to know that his beloved science is enthralling and captivating young students here [more]
Proud to be a community school, Longhill prepares young people for life. We support our students to grow into resilient, responsible, compassionate and ambitious individuals, equipped with the skills to achieve their dreams whilst with us, post-16 and well into their adulthood.
On 22nd February 2018, Longhill High School received a ‘section 8’ Ofsted monitoring inspection by Her Majesty’s Inspector, Janet Pearce. We have now received the report from this inspection and we are pleased to tell you that our journey to becoming a ‘good’ school is firmly on the right track. Whilst the report points out [more]
A group of talented art students from Longhill High School were given the opportunity recently to take part in a life drawing class at nearby Roedean School. Year 11 student Indigo explained, “I’m planning to study art at ‘A’ level and possibly beyond that and I was delighted when I was chosen to take part. [more]
For the last half term, Capt Tester, of Longhill Combined Cadet Force, has been running the St John’s Ambulance’ Young Lifesavers Award (ACFA) for a number of the school’s cadets. They took part in many, many hours or both theoretical and practical training in varied areas of first aid such as dealing with electric shocks, [more]
It’s been several years since Brighton and Hove has experienced the kind of weather we had last week, with positively arctic conditions coming from several directions, bringing large areas of the whole country to a virtual standstill. Whether or not to close any school is a difficult decision to make and must be carefully considered, [more]
A group of Year 9 geography students took part in a field study recently, in conjunction with Brighton University. The geographers were split into two groups: the first to look at the micro climate in the area of the Amex Stadium and the second group to decide whether they thought that the Stadium had been [more]
Year 11 students from Longhill High School have been given the opportunity this week to take part in mock job interviews with managers from local business and enterprise organisations. In collaboration with Deputy Head Bill Holland, Careers Advisor Cordelia Dobby and Head of PSHE Hugh Garling, the whole day workshop has received a definite ‘thumbs [more]
We’ve had a busy few weeks at Longhill High. It’s been rather cold and gloomy weather-wise, but we’ve had lots of interesting trips going on and we hope you enjoy reading about them. Here’s hoping that it will be Spring all the way now we’re back for another exciting half term!