As part of the Brighton Festival, 13 of our young, talented singers took part in a concert in the magnificent All Saints Church in Hove on Sunday 14th May. For the past three months the dedicated students have been rehearsing with singing coaches from Glyndebourne, preparing four songs for the concert. This was part of [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.
A group of Longhill students of Spanish were lucky enough to visit the cosmopolitan city of Barcelona during their recent trip to Spain. Students were based in the sun-drenched resort of Salou, in the province of Tarragona, for their stay over the Easter holidays. For many students, it was their first time abroad and also [more]
Do you have questions or worries about self harm? If you do, then these Safety Net workshops, arranged through Brighton & Hove City Council, may be helpful to you. Please check the flyer for details by clicking on the headline above.
Longhill’s rising female football stars were lucky enough to meet female star players from Brighton & Hove Albion recently when they played in a tournament for local schools. The tournament, hosted by Albion in the Community, took place at the American Express Elite Football Performance Centre in Lancing, where several of Albion’s female players offered [more]
Earlier this year, we introduced you to the group of Year 8 students who had applied to become part of Longhill’s Peer Mentor Programme, which aims to help nominated primary school children with their transition into life at senior school. This year saw a bumper crop of students wanting to join the programme and a [more]
Aspiring young mathematicians from all across the UK took part in the annual Junior Maths Challenge this week. The Junior Challenge is aimed at pupils in Year 8 and below and involves answering 25 multiple choice questions, in one hour, under normal examination conditions. Our fantastic Longhill mathematicians from Years 7 and 8 were [more]
Generous Longhill students paid a surprise visit to the Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital in Brighton recently to deliver a massive haul of chocolate Easter eggs to the Rockinghorse Appeal. Staff were delighted to receive the huge consignment of 278 eggs, which they planned to give out to the children and their siblings who were in [more]
I am writing to inform you of a change to Longhill High School’s uniform that will be introduced from September (2017). This letter is to give you advance warning of this change so that you can plan ahead. I haven’t been in a position to write to you prior to now, due to tendering agreements [more]