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Students Benefit from Practising Interview Skills

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]


Year 8 Parents' Evening

Parents and carers of  of Year 8 students are invited to Year 8 Parents’ Evening on Thursday 8th March, from 4.00-7.00pm. We would encourage all parents and carers to take this opportunity to speak to their child’s subject teachers about their progress.  Reports will be issued on Tuesday 6th March and appointments can be made via [more]


February Newsletter

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!  


Moving Performance by Longhill Drama Students

Students, parents and staff were moved to tears this week by a performance of the hard-hitting drama, “I Love You Mum – I Promise I Won’t Die.” Year 11 students at Longhill High worked hard with their Head of Drama, Ms Fenwick, to recreate the play, written by Mark Wheeller. The play recounts the tragic [more]


Research Can Be Fun at University of Sussex

A group of Year 10 higher ability students from Longhill High School visited the University of Sussex recently to take part in a widening participation event.  As well as having a look around the impressive university campus and sampling the delights of one of its cafeterias, the students took part in two interactive workshops. The [more]


Independence for Nick thanks to Wheelchair Donation 

Year 10 student, Nick Boyland, is over the moon with his new power-assisted wheelchair, generously donated by Genting Casinos and CHIPS. The CHIPS charity was founded on behalf of the casino and gaming industry and raises funds to purchase specialised powered wheelchairs for young people with disabilities.   Working alongside Motus Medical, who are experts in [more]


Royal Veterinary College Visit Enthrals Students

As part of the University of Brighton’s widening participation programme, a group of Longhill High School students aged from 13 to 16 were given the opportunity to visit the Royal Veterinary College in Camden recently. On arriving at the impressive Royal Veterinary College, the students visited one of the lecture theatres to hear about the [more]


It’s Maths – But Not as We Knew It!

Have you heard about Hegarty Maths?  If you have, then maybe you’d like to know a little more; if you haven’t, then please read on and we will tell you about this fantastic resource. This award-winning online maths programme is now available to all Longhill High School maths students and has been designed to work [more]