On Monday 22nd or Tuesday 23rd June Year 8 attended a Mental Health day. This was led by professional visitors to the school as well as trained Longhill staff. Our aims were to promote healthy attitudes; to have the skills and knowledge to be able to look after yourself; to know how to get support if you or a friend needs it.
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
This year’s Enrichment Week saw over 200 of our year 10 students set off to companies across Brighton, Hove and further afield to experience the world of work. The range of companies and businesses involved was enormous and gave an interesting insight into our local economy. Businesses included museums, vets, leisure centres, primary schools, [more]
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of Enrichment Week, 300 students from years 7 and 8 were taken to Ovingdean beach for a science, maths and art trip. Thanks to wonderful weather, excellent behaviour from students and hard work from all staff involved the trip was very successful.
Dear Parents/Carers As you are probably aware there has been a move nationally to highlight the importance of regular school attendance and Brighton & Hove City Council are launching an initiative this summer to highlight this at a local level. Part of this initiative will be to celebrate excellent attendance, but also to remind parents/carers [more]
Dear Parent or Carer Throughout the week of July 6th Brighton & Hove City Council have once again commissioned Applied Theatre specialists AlterEgo Creative Solutions to tour schools in Brighton & Hove with their highly innovative production ‘Chelsea’s Choice’. The play will be seen by our Year 10 students, and will be followed in their [more]
Please note, expected time of arrival for Year 9 returning from camp is approximately 3pm today.
A link to the summer term edition of the Safety Rocks newsletter for parents which is produced by Safety Net, a local registered charity in partnership with the Local Safeguarding Children’s Board.
Congratulations to Longhill High School’s Drama Society for three wonderful performances of Beauty and the Beast this week.